ptsd, heal, trauma, posttraumatic stress symptomsHow trauma affects your brain — we’re doing it again! The free HOW TRAUMA AFFECTS YOUR BRAIN webinar this week caused such a groundswell of response we’ve been overwhelmed by emails asking us to do an encore presentation. So, of course, I’ve agreed!

I have to admit, it was easy to say, yes, to the requests for an encore when the emails were so enormously positive.

Here are just a few examples:

That call last night was a GAME CHANGER for me…

It’s extremely interesting, and I’m finding out why I reacted to things the way I did. Thanks for the good teaching. This brain research is amazing because it shows why people act the way they do.

It was such a great webinar… I will recommend it to my clients and other professionals. Everyone should hear it and gain the information your offer on understanding the brain and trauma. 

You have provided so much healing information this evening to so many people!

Thank you for your great webinar. It was fantastic.

So, next Tuesday, April 1st, 2pm EDT, we’ll host the whole event all over again. Are you in? Even if you can’t make the event at that time, sign up because the replay will be available afterward. Sign up here:


With PTSD it’s easy to experience symptoms and think you’re crazy, the one to blame and at fault for the insomnia, anger/rage, nightmares, flashbacks and other PTSD symptoms that are part of your daily experience. But that’s far from the truth. Your brain is designed to create those symptoms when it gets disrupted by trauma.

PTSD & the brain is a hot topic. With the recent advances in the field of neuroscience — and particularly related to neuroplasticity, the ability of your brain to change… again and again and again — the idea of how trauma affects the brain, and how healing can help the brain reverse those effects is exciting for survivors, their caregivers and every healing professional. Next Tuesday, April 1, 2pm EDTjoin me for this FREE webinar, How Trauma Affects Your Brain. On the webinar we’ll cover:

  • 3 significant ways trauma changes your brain
  • Why you can’t “just get over it”
  • How your brain is designed to create PTSD symptoms and why 
  • How your brain functions before, during and after trauma
  • 6 things that stop your brain from properly functioning after a traumatic event 
  • 4 parts of your brain most important in relation to trauma, memory, PTSD symptoms and recovery

Even if you’re halfway around the world and the time doesn’t sync up for you, sign up anyway if you want to personally own this information: We’ll send you the replay link after the event. Plus, I’ll be giving away a free audio series to help you take what you learn and put it into action in your own recovery process.