August 8-14, 2022: The Biology of Trauma 2.0

August 8-14, 2022: The Biology of Trauma 2.0

The feeling of overwhelm has the greatest effect on the body. You might not recognize overwhelm from earlier events, even in childhood, such as feeling different, like you don’t belong, or like you’re unlovable, as trauma in your life.

Trauma has long-lasting effects on our biology and physical health, but it frequently goes unrecognized because we mistake it for stress or emotion rather than realizing how it underlies a variety of diagnoses and symptoms, including burnout, depression, anxiety, PTSD, pain, weight gain, gut problems, trouble falling or staying asleep, and chronic fatigue.

Even if you engage in all available therapies, meditation, and treatments, unresolved trauma in your body might leave you mired in anxiety, insecurity, and inflammation. While many people are aware that stress has an impact on their physical health, many are still unaware of the biology of trauma.

We cordially invite you to experience a fresh perspective on trauma and the human body together with professional advice that will equip you with the skills and information required to successfully navigate the trauma healing process.

You can halt your never-ending hunt. Your road map to achieving optimal health and becoming your best self will be this.

Join our Online Event
August 8 – 14, 2022

RSVP at no charge here!


The Biology of Trauma 2.0
could help you:

          • 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 & reduce 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!
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RSVP here at no charge!

            • Our team of experts will examine the emotional, psychological, and physical elements of trauma and trauma recovery by integrating the fields of mental health, trauma treatment, neuroscience, and functional medicine. This exceptional event will give patients and practitioners alike knowledge, support, and useful tools by combining expert interviews, LIVE daily Zoom meetings with Dr. Aimie, 19 LIVE seminars delivered by renowned guest speakers, PLUS a Biology of Trauma Facebook community! 

Dr. Natasha F
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Dr. Natasha F is a Doctor, Designer, Speaker and Artist. She specializes in healing autoimmunity through integrative chiropractic, functional neurology, functional medicine, nutrition, homeopathy and narrative medicine.

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