Schedule

DAY 1

  • Vincent J. Felitti, MD: Profound Effects of Early Life Experiences in Childhood
  • Darcia Narvaez, PhD: Childhood and Life: Wellness-Informed or Trauma-Informed?
  • Timmen Cermak, MD: Codependence: Understanding the Traits That Can Become a Personality Disorder
  • Robin Karr-Morse, MEd, LPC: Kids Are Not Resilient: The Scared Sick Epidemic
  • Dave Lakhani: Why a Biology of Trauma Makes You More Susceptible to Manipulation
  • Gordon Neufeld, PhD: The Real Hierarchy of Needs

DAY 2

  • Darin Ingels, ND, FAAEM: How Trauma Influences the Development of MS
  • Trevor Cates, ND: Stress, Skin and Your Hormones
  • Rodger Murphree, DC, CNS: How to Prevent and Overcome Fibromyalgia
  • Carol Lourie, LAc, ND: Breast Cancer
  • Trupti Gokani, MD: The Root Causes of Overwhelm, Anxiety, Migraines and Chronic Pain
  • Laura Frontiero, FNP-BC: Recognizing When Trauma is Blocking Your Healing

DAY 3

  • Beth O'Hara, FN: Why Trauma is a Trigger for Mast Cell Activation Syndrome
  • Brendan Vermeire: Microglial Activation and Getting to the Root of PTSD
  • Ameet Aggarwal, ND: Leveraging Gut and Liver Health for Trauma Therapy and Recovery
  • Jason Loken, ND, DO(Q), PhD (cand.): Advanced Nutrient Therapy for ADHD, Anxiety and More
  • Kirkland Newman, MA (Oxon), MSc: Beyond SSRIs and CBT: The Hidden Biochemistry Behind Anxiety
  • Miles Nichols, DAOM, MSOM, LAc and Diane Mueller, ND, DAOM, Lac: When It’s All in Your Head: Neuro-Autoimmunity, Depression and Anxiety

DAY 4

  • Peter Levine, PhD: Finding Your Authenticity in a Disconnecting World
  • Stephen Porges, PhD: Polyvagal Theory in Your Everyday Life
  • Abi Blakeslee, SEP, CMT, MFT, PhD and Dave Berger, MFT, PT, LCMHC, SEP, MA: The Impact of Medical Trauma: Healing an Unseen Endemic
  • Jorina Elbers, MD: A Physician’s Guide to Diagnosing Trauma
  • Scott Lyons, DO, PhD, CHT, BMCP/T, RSMT, SME, BMCP, IDME, SEP, CST, RYT-500: Systems That Cause Trauma: It’s Not All About the Nervous System
  • Manuela Mischke-Reeds, MA, LMFT: How to Access the Wisdom of the Body

DAY 5

  • Michael Breus, PhD: Sleep, Dreams, Nightmares and Trauma
  • Tom O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN: Trauma, Gut Health and the Autoimmune Spectrum
  • Gary Duke, MA, LPC, ICP and Gloria Duke, RN, PhD, ICP: Anxiety, Depression and Concussions in Kids
  • Gabe Roberts, DC, HMT, CFMP, MscD and Tiffany Roberts, DNM, HMT, CFMP, MscD: Psychosomatic Symptoms and the Power of the Unconscious Mind
  • Jane Hogan, FMCHC, CYT: Chronic Pain: Safely Reconnecting with Your Body
  • Eric Kussin: Creating an Intentional Toolbox for Mental Health

DAY 6

  • JJ Virgin, CNS, BCHN, EP-C: When You Don’t Feel Lovable: The Story of a Successful Leader
  • Jessica MacNaughton, MBA: When Grief is Complicated by Trauma
  • Judith Warner: The Biggest Problem Around Normalizing Mental Health Conversations
  • Robin Nielsen: Hormones: A Portal for Looking at Trauma
  • Karen Drucker: The Power of Music to Move Through Experiences
  • Meghan Walker, ND: Entrepreneurs: Using Life Trauma as a Gift Rather than a Setback

DAY 7

  • Gabor Maté, MD: Understanding Life, Trauma and Healing
  • Alex Howard: 4 Stages of Trauma
  • Jodi Cohen, NTP: The Issues are in the Tissues!
  • Arielle Schwartz, PhD, CCTP-II, E-RYT: Beyond PTSD to Post-Traumatic Growth
  • Lou Corleto, DC: From Victim to Victor on a Cellular Level
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