Sarah Peyton. Trauma & Relational and Embodied Language (First in a series of 3)
Today on the podcast, I’m very excited to have Sarah Peyton back.
This interview is a first with The Trauma Therapist | Podcast.
In this interview, (the first of 3 in a series), Sarah leads us in an introduction to the 8 neurological circuits (eg, happiness, disgust, and seeking, to name just a few) that were initially introduced by the late Estonian neuroscientist, Jaak Panksepp.
Sarah talks about how these different circuits are impacted and influenced by trauma, what’s involved with treating them, and how clinicians can learn to identify whether or not they’ve been impacted.
Today, in episode #1, we talk about rage.
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Sarah is Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication and teaches people how language changes relationship and the brain. She works with audiences internationally to create a compassionate understanding of the effects of relational trauma on the brain, and writes about and teaches people how words change and heal us.
Her special interest is the way that difficult events impact our automatic brain patterning, and how to transform our tendencies toward self-criticism into self-warmth. Her first book,“Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing,” is out from Norton Publishing.
In This Episode
- Sarah’s Website
- Sarah’s events & trainings
- Marshal Rosenberg
- Sarah’s book: Your Resonant Self
- Jaak Panksepp PhD
- Stephen Porges
- Beatrice Beebe