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Tag Archive: trauma

The Body of War and Peace

The Body of War and Peace - by Mark Walsh. Originally published in The Embodiment Journal, Volume 2 Introduction This article outlines how the causes of war, and trauma caused by war, are embodied, and how peace-building can be done through the body, outlining fundamental concepts and embodied interventions.

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Trauma Education for Coaches and Trainers

This article is essential reading for any trainer or coach to know some of the signs and symptoms of trauma and the effects it can have on their profession. Trauma is incredibly common (eg, 80% lifetime prevalence in the UK, and 1 in 4 ...

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Coaching, Training and Trauma

This article is useful reading for any trainer or coach to know some of the signs and symptoms of trauma and the effects it can have on learning. Trauma is incredibly common - eg, 80% lifetime prevalence in the UK, and 1 in ...

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Hooked on Helping

Addiction, Stress and Trauma Resilience amongst Aid Workers -  by Mark Walsh, Achilles Initiative I help people, particularly aid workers, stay happy, healthy and sane. One of the issues I come across time and time again is various kinds of addiction. To be blunt - the field is ...

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Hurting the helpers – Trauma and how it can affect aid workers

Many thanks to James Clifton and Roger Mills for this guest blog. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Aid workers, operating in disaster areas or war zones are often exposed to acutely distressing, traumatic sights and experiences. Often, aid workers are witnessing horrific scenes on a daily basis, leading to a build-up ...

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Moaiku

moaiku

I recently attended an introductory course on trauma and boundaries with Moaiku founder Merete Holm Brantbjerg. Moaiku is a somatic or body based psychotherapeutic discipline originating in Denmark. Working with both embodied approaches to leadership and with resilience and trauma this was a bit of a treat. Here are a few nuggets ...

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