Biology of Trauma Summit 2022: Science-Based Solutions for Healing, Resilience, and Recovery
Life is stressful. No one these days is untouched by trauma. Mental health challenges, addictions, burnout, sleep disturbances and worsening chronic conditions are skyrocketing due to worry and stress.
Yet trauma, its long-term health effects and the way forward can be difficult to recognize.
If you are feeling overwhelmed, stuck or trapped in your own life, you’re definitely not alone in feeling this way.
Everyone has experienced some form of trauma in their life, and in these challenging times, many people are feeling incredibly overwhelmed and don’t know what steps to take next.
During this “Biology Of Trauma 2.0 Summit,” you’ll get the tools to move from fear and overwhelm to resilience and recovery.
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What You’ll Learn During Biology of Trauma Summit 2022
During this free virtual healing event, you’ll discover:
- Why people are more prone to trauma than ever before
- Key indicators that you’re experiencing overwhelm
- Diseases most associated with trauma and stored emotions
- Root causes associated with all addictions
- How trauma affects the nervous system and the vagus nerve
- Strategies and practices for releasing stored trauma
- Techniques to transform grief and pain
- Effective tools for rewiring your nervous system for health and aliveness
One of the most difficult things about healing from trauma is how confusing and lost you can feel because there doesn’t seem to be a clear path.
People tend to think of the long-term effects of trauma as psychological, but in fact, the body and brain both experience lasting biological changes.
Burnout, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, pain, weight gain, gut issues and chronic fatigue are all part of the predictable patterns of stored trauma.
To find the way out, you have to understand the biology of trauma: the biology that predisposes you to trauma and keeps you stuck in fear, insecurity and inflammation even if you are doing all the treatments, therapy and meditation.
Patterns of stress and overwhelm that get wired into our nervous systems can have long-term effects on our health, becoming the true root causes of many symptoms and diagnoses.
The Biology of Trauma 2.0 Summit bridges the worlds of mental health, trauma therapy, neuroscience and functional medicine with experts who explore the emotional, psychological and physiological aspects of trauma. Join us to learn how to rewire trauma patterns for improved mental and physical health!
Benefits of Attending the Biology of Trauma 2.0 Summit
- Safely reconnect with your body
- Be able to use trauma as a gift rather than a setback
- Move beyond trauma-informed models to growth & wellness
- Protect your emotional well-being
- Choose the appropriate trauma therapy tools for you
- Improve your sleep & lower inflammation
- Build authentic relationships
- Go through difficult life events without them overwhelming or crushing you
- Integrate biology into trauma therapy for faster, better results
- And so much more!
Why We Don’t Always Know We Have Trauma
In these challenging times, many people are feeling incredibly overwhelmed and don’t know what steps to take next.
Overwhelming experiences, even past experiences in childhood – feeling like you don’t belong, feeling different, feeling that you’re unlovable – may not be something you would recognize as trauma in your life.
We often don’t see it as trauma because we’re thinking of it as “stress” or “emotion,” but it is the experience of overwhelm that impacts the body the most.
Trauma and chronic stress have lasting effects on our body and on our biology: burnout, depression, anxiety, PTSD, pain, weight gain, gut issues, trouble sleeping, chronic fatigue.
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Speakers At the Biology of Trauma 2.0 Summit in 2022
Michael Breus: Sleep, Dreams, Nightmares and Trauma
- How trauma influences sleep
- Understanding the significance of nightmares
- Tips for overcoming sleep struggles
- With surprise guest, Lynn Smith, national media expert, anchor alum NBC News, MSNBC and CNN Headline News
JJ Virgin: When You Don’t Feel Lovable: The Story of a Successful Leader
- The need and drive to be loved by what we do
- What people need to know about adopted friends and loved ones
- Hard advice for those who are adopted
- With surprise guest, Ann Shippy, MD
Tom O’Bryan: Trauma, Gut Health and the Autoimmune Spectrum
- ANA: Identifying an early autoimmunity marker
- 5 pillars of all chronic inflammatory diseases
- 3 internal environmental factors that run your inflammation genes
Abi Blakeslee & Dave Berger: The Impact of Medical Trauma: Healing an Unseen Endemic
- Recognizing medical syndromes caused by trauma
- Healing trauma with somatic experiencing
- Strategies for preventing a traumatic surgical experience
Alex Howard: 4 Stages of Trauma
- 3 emotional childhood needs that are overlooked
- Uncovering the 4 stages of trauma
- How to go through a hard life event without acquiring trauma
Beth O’Hara: Why Trauma is a Trigger for Mast Cell Activation Syndrome
- Why are MCAS and mold toxicity on the rise?
- Removing obstacles to regain your resiliency
- Identifying mold and MCAS symptoms
Brendan Vermeire: Microglial Activation and Getting to the Root of PTSD
- Prevalence and impact of activated microglia in everyday life
- 6 specific tools for microglial inhibition
- Link between inflammation and oxidative stress
- With surprise guest, Jean-Felix Turcotte, Integrative Health Coach
Ameet Aggarwal: Leveraging Gut and Liver Health for Trauma Therapy and Recovery
- How unresolved trauma impacts liver health
- Link between trauma and inflammation
- Undestanding the emotions released during a detox protocol
Jessica MacNaughton: When Grief is Complicated by Trauma
- Why you need space to process grief without distractions
- Recognizing when grief and trauma are coupled
- How to decouple trauma from grief
Darin Ingels: How Trauma Influences the Development of MS
- Connection between trauma, MS and autoimmune disease
- How flares provide clues to your emotional well-being
- Impact of stress on the immune system
Datis Kharrazian: How to Leverage Neuroplasticity for Better Results in Trauma Therapy
- How smell influences neuroplasticity
- Signs of neuroinflammation
- Red flags and what to do to overcome them
- With surprise guest, Kirk Gair, DC, IDE
Trevor Cates: Stress, Skin and Your Hormones
- Surprising effects of weight loss on the skin
- Importance of avoiding specific skin care ingredients
- The shame and emotional components of skin issues
Jason Loken: Advanced Nutrient Therapy for ADHD, Anxiety and More
- Epigenetics: impact on brain chemistry and how we think
- Why nutrients are vital for correcting biochemical imbalances
- Addressing mental health with an integrative, holistic approach
Judith Warner: The Biggest Problem Around Normalizing Mental Health Conversations
- The narratives and syndrome of high-achieving women
- Why hyper-performance is at the root of mental health crises
- 3 questions that can trigger a turning point in your life
Kirkland Newman: Beyond SSRIs and CBT: The Hidden Biochemistry Behind Anxiety
- Internal biochemistry linked to anxiety
- Understanding downstream biochemistry caused by trauma
- Finding a multi-disciplinary team to help figure it all out
Rodger Murphree: How to Prevent and Overcome Fibromyalgia
- Who gets fibromyalgia, and why?
- Understanding the brain chemistry profile in fibromyalgia
- 4 steps for prevention and healing
Jorina Elbers: A Physician’s Guide to Diagnosing Trauma
- Is trauma a diagnosis of inclusion or exclusion?
- #1 sign of stress in the NICU
- When medical symptoms protect us from trauma
Darcia Narvaez: Childhood and Life: Wellness-Informed or Trauma-Informed?
- The Evolved Nest and its importance for healthy development
- What thriving looks like as the result of nestedness
- How to return to a wellness-informed pathway
Robin Nielsen: Hormones: A Portal for Looking at Trauma
- What is the connection between hormones and trauma?
- Why women struggle with balancing other people’s needs
- Common misconception about estrogen dominance
Jodi Cohen: The Issues are in the Tissues!
- When grief gets stored in the hip and psoas
- How childhood bracing patterns get established
- Strategies for getting unstuck
Timmen Cermak: Codependence: Understanding the Traits That Can Become a Personality Disorder
- Definition and characteristics
- Why a narcissist and codependent will marry each other
- Is cannabis an effective treatment for mood and trauma issues?
Carol Lourie: Breast Cancer
- How do anxiety and depression play a physiological role in breast cancer?
- Inflammatory vs. anti-inflammatory approach to breast cancer
- 98% of women diagnosed with breast cancer have these characteristics
Miles Nichols and Diane Mueller: When It’s All in Your Head: Neuro-Autoimmunity, Depression and Anxiety
- How chronic disease can block your dreams and belief systems
- The danger of compartmentalizing physical and emotional states
- Uncovering the path of a chronic disease before it starts
Gary Duke and Gloria Duke: Anxiety, Depression and Concussions in Kids
- Treating stress and trauma with counseling and transcranial electrical stimulation
- Initial IRB study results on anxiety, depression and PTSD
- Neurofeedback treatment schedule for post-concussion in kids
- With surprise guest, Barry Bruder, CEO and co-founder of IASIS Technologies
Robin Karr-Morse: Kids Are Not Resilient: The Scared Sick Epidemic
- Inside look at an adoption story and how it impacted developmental growth
- Why most family traits are not genetic; they’re patterns of nervous system dysregulation
- Supporting kids during periods of stress or change
- Surprise Guest: Vincent Felitti, MD
Trupti Gokani: The Root Causes of Overwhelm, Anxiety, Migraines and Chronic Pain
- What is the classic migraine brain?
- Recognizing someone on the path of chronic pain
- How to do internal housekeeping
Scott Lyons: Systems That Cause Trauma: It’s Not All About the Nervous System
- Uncovering the systems that impact internal oppression
- Stress management: facts and fiction
- Protecting yourself from uncomfortable feelings
Karen Drucker: The Power of Music to Move Through Experiences
- Finding your breath when life has knocked it out of you
- Creating the safe space that supports growth
- Tapping into music’s power when you can’t sing or write songs
Manuela Mischke-Reeds: How to Access the Wisdom of the Body
- A guided somatic intelligence exercise
- What are intergenerational somatic patterns?
- Why mental health providers should get on the floor between clients
Tiffany Roberts: Psychosomatic Symptoms and the Power of the Unconscious Mind
- What is a psychosomatic illness?
- Understanding autoimmunity
- How to know if your symptoms have a psychosomatic component
Jane Hogan: Chronic Pain: Safely Reconnecting with Your Body
What You’ll Learn
- Common dysfunctional breathing patterns
- The oxygen paradox: Why breathing too much means less available oxygen
- BOLT: A simple test to evaluate breathing in less than one minute
Dave Lakhani: Why a Biology of Trauma Makes You More Susceptible to Manipulation
- Why manipulation is a coping mechanism after trauma
- How trauma impacts your ability to persuade others
- Tips for making yourself more trustworthy in a few seconds
- With surprise guest, Sarah Skeem, CRO and co-founder of Growth Foundry
Gordon Neufeld: The Real Hierarchy of Needs
- Why Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is wrong
- The reason this common parent practice should never be done
- How to create an emotional playground
- With surprise guest, Gabor Mate, MD
Arielle Schwartz: Beyond PTSD to Post-Traumatic Growth
- Recognizing the symptoms of complex PTSD
- How family dynamics impact your emotional health
- Leveraging predictability, patterns and rhythms
Meghan Walker: Entrepreneurs: Using Life Trauma as a Gift Rather than a Setback
- What you need to uncover your mission and purpose
- The gift of trauma: taking responsibility for your life shifts
- #1 strategy for being successful and living your purpose
Laura Frontiero: Recognizing When Trauma is Blocking Your Healing
- How to support individuals with adverse childhood experiences (ACE)
- Overcoming the shame of standard medical recommendations
- Using a 7-day mindset makeover to unlock stored trauma
Eric Kussin: Creating an Intentional Toolbox for Mental Health
- How stress impacts your life
- Recognizing the freeze response in successful people
- Strategies for protecting your emotional well-being
- With surprise guests, Michael Gruttadauria, DPM, DC, and Andrew Plummer, MD
Lou Corleto: From Victim to Victor on a Cellular Level
- Learning to trust and feel again
- How labels and conscious language impact your health
- 3 strategies for shifting into ownership of your life
- With surprise guest, Bo Eason
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Free Gifts For Attending the Biology of Trauma Summit 2022
When you register for the Biology of Trauma 2.0 Summit, you’ll get access to several free gifts.
Gift #1: “Steps to Identify and Heal Trauma!” eBook
You might be surprised to learn that trauma is not an event. Although it might occur around an event, it is not about the event. Trauma is the experience your body had going through the event, or through a period of time.
Trauma is anything that, for any reason, at that time overwhelmed you. It’s the state of the nervous system at the time of an event that determines whether one person walks away from it fine and another is deeply affected.
And it is the biology of trauma that can contribute to many health conditions when trauma remains unresolved. How do you know if you have trauma? What can you do to fix it?
Get answers to these questions and take the next step towards your healing self and away from trauma when you read this free eBook.
Gift #2: “Attachment Trauma: A Roadmap for Accelerated Healing & Recovery” eBook
When the attachment process is disrupted for any number of reasons, the young brain and body are unable to cope, and this starts to create imbalances in the nervous system. The result is both psychological and biological and can have long-lasting effects.
Learn how addressing the biology and psychology of attachment trauma creates a focused pathway to accelerated healing in this free eBook.
A secure attachment during infancy and childhood is important…
It sets the internal environment for our nervous system to develop, which fashions our way of seeing the world, our personality and our mode of survival in life. A secure or disrupted attachment is formed early in life and creates the template for all future relationships, including our relationship with ourselves.
What happens when it goes wrong? Why does it go wrong? Both of these questions are important to ask because the answers show us the way to rewire an insecure attachment.
Yes, rewiring the nervous system is possible!
Discover a systematic approach for healing biological imbalances that contributed to or were caused by insecure attachment, and learn about supportive therapies to rewire for safety, security and connection.
Gift #3: “Experiential Workshops” Bonus Sessions
The Biology of Trauma 2.0: Beyond the Diagnosis is designed as an experience to help you implement and experience change in your life! Join Dr. Aimie LIVE daily at 10am EST for highlights and what not to miss during and after the event. Then, daily at 8:30pm EST, get practical guidance from our experts on how to apply the information for your healing journey in these 18 BONUS sessions!
Taking place every day from August 8-20, these LIVE Experiential Workshops will include somatic work, meditation for chronic disease, trauma-informed yoga, devices, supplements and much more.
Bring your questions and get ready to start applying the information for a better tomorrow on your healing journey!
Enjoy learning from these Experiential Workshops:
- Emotional Eating with Lori Montry
- Recharging Your Batteries to Decrease Trauma with Betty Minifie
- The Healing Power of Touch with Aline LaPierre, PsyD
- C60, Oxidative Stress and Trauma with Ken Swartz, MS
- Stress in Sugar: Measuring Your Sugar Levels and Knowing What They Mean with Beverly Yates, ND
- Clarity Breathwork with Ashanna and Dana
- Using the Trial Approach to Figure Out Which Amino Acid to Use to Ease Your Anxiety and How to Find the Optimal Dose with Trudy Scott, CN
- Trauma-Conscious Yoga and Somatic Practice with Nityda Gessel
- The Power of Mindful Creativity in the Healing of Trauma with Ronald Alexander, PhD, MFT, SEP
- Healing Trauma in the 21st Century; Where Eastern, Western, Tribal Medicine and Technology Converge with David Rabin, MD, PhD
- The Parasympathetic State and Trauma with Jodi Cohen, NTP
- Stress, Hormones and Trauma with Reed Davis, FDN-P, CMTA
- Transforming Complex Trauma through Relational Healing with Brad Kammer
- Chronic Stress and the Brain with Gregory Kelly, ND
- The Practice of Trauma-Informed Yoga with Inge Sengelmann
- Meditation Healing for Chronic Disease with Thomas Moorcroft, DO, and Sinclair Kennally, CNHP, CNC
- Relieve Stress and Achieve Peak Performance with Posture with Krista Burns, DHA, DC, CPX, CPN, CErg
- From Trauma to Triumph with Barry Bruder, ICT, ICP, CH
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About Your Biology of Trauma Summit 2022 Host – Dr. Aimie Apigian
Your host, Dr. Aimie Apigian, was inspired to leave her career as a surgeon and entered the trauma and attachment field because of the long and difficult experience of helping her foster son rewire his biology of trauma — a path of struggle and healing that led to the commitment to help others journey toward wholeness.
During her journey, she discovered that none of us are spared from negative life experiences that get stored in our bodies.
Her vision is to bridge the worlds of trauma and medicine in order to help more people be free from the effects of past trauma.
Dr. Aimie Apigian is a double board-certified medical physician in both preventive and addiction medicine and holds master’s degrees in both biochemistry and public health. She is the leading medical expert on addressing stored trauma in the body through her signature model and methodology, The Biology of Trauma™: a new lens that courageously uplevels the old methods of trauma work and medicine by reverse-engineering trauma’s effects on the nervous system and body on a cellular level.
Dr. Apigian specialized in trauma, attachment and addictions after having personal experience in foster parenting, adopting and then having her own health issues that were a result of childhood and life experiences. In addition to her medical studies that include functional medicine certification, she has sought out trauma therapy training since 2015.
A three-time summit host, Dr. Apigian founded the nonprofit Family Challenge Camps, where she developed and ran weekend intensives for families with children who have experienced attachment trauma. She is currently the founder and CEO of Trauma Healing Accelerated, where she bridges the worlds of functional medicine and trauma therapy with a mission to help adults accelerate the healing journey by addressing the biological processes that keep stored trauma stuck in the body, mind and spirit. Her providers certification course teaches providers to do the same for their clients.
She’s here to help you by sharing her wisdom.
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