Join Julia Rose Polk (Trauma Camp for Teachers) as she talks about trauma for teachers in the classroom and how it affects the brain.
By the end of this episode, you will learn what trauma really means and why it is important for teachers to manage it in the classroom. Enjoy!
Julia has trained at numerous treatment centers and agencies which targeted eating disorders, substance addiction, gambling addictions, codependency, and unresolved trauma, abuse, and grief; many of which utilized the frameworks and model developed by The Meadows in Wickenberg, Arizona.
For over a decade, she has been studying specifically the impacts of early childhood trauma on adult mental health and behavior, some of this research culminating into my master’s thesis entitled: The Effects of Spanking On Mental Health, and Why Clinicians Need to Know. In her work with clients over the years, she has consistently found that at the root of depression, anxiety, addiction, compulsion, and a range of other mental health issues is a childhood that involved one or more traumatic incidents that have yet to be acknowledged, expressed or resolved. Tremendous shifts occur when this is done, as it allows these wounds to begin to heal.
As a Trauma and Shame-Reduction Specialist, she helps clients move through these core wounds. The work she does with clients has helped some experience incredible relief from what once felt like crippling depression or anxiety.
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