Manage episode 293374433 series 2849656
In this episode...
Kristi Mollner is a registered dietitian practicing in Phoenix, Arizona. Kristi not only talks about trauma, but also toxic stress, which many entrepreneurs out there may be suffering with unknowingly. This episode is great for entrepreneurs or business owners who are in the wellness space and want to improve their skills and mindset around working with and alongside people with trauma. I also love this conversation because trauma and mental health is highly stigmatized and it is important to bring awareness, resources, and tools to the forefront. 70% of Americans have experienced a traumatic event at some point in their lives, and this is something that we are not taught to navigate.
We talk about:
- What trauma and toxic stress looks like at an individual and community level
- Recognizing different layers of trauma at different levels: Inter-generational, Historical, Community, Collective, and Individual
- The high prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) among all Americans
- How chronically feeling 'triggered' into fight-flight-freeze can impact the body and health negatively and the importance of emotional-regulation , body-regulation, and self-care
- Body relaxation practices and mindful techniques to help regulate nervous system and improve health
- Kristi's high vibe practices to regulate her body and emotions
Mentioned in Show:
- Kristi's instagram
- Kristi's Linked In
- Kristi's email: email@example.com (Krisi is available for trainings and speaking engagements)
- Mindful Eating Resource: Well Nourished Book
- Paced Breathing App
- UCLA Mindfulness Resources
- Harvard University Center for the Developing Child
More about Krisi Mollner:
Kristi is certified as a Master Gardener, a Physical Activity in Public Health Specialist, and in Youth Mental Health First Aid. She is currently completing the Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) program through the Mindful Eating Training Institute (METI). Her passion to empower and improve the lives of trauma survivors has led her to become a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Individual (CCTSI) through the Trauma Institute International. Personally understanding and witnessing the role of trauma and toxic stress on food behaviors, community health, and health outcomes, Kristi takes a trauma-informed approach to all her work. She also strives to educate and train others on how to take a trauma-informed approach to nutrition, health care, and wellness.
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