S1E1: A must-listen primer on our nervous system's daily impact

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By Beth Trammell PhD, HSPP, Beth Trammell PhD, and HSPP. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Maureen Clancy joins the podcast today as she shares her expertise about the way our nervous system impacts (and is impacted by) everyday interactions with ourselves and others. This episode you will learn practical ways to better understand the hyper- and hypoarousal states, as well as the benefit of the "sweet spot" of regulation. You won't want to miss hearing her thoughts on the #thingsyoulearnintherapy.
Maureen Clancy is a licensed therapist and trauma expert for the past 20 years helping women go through enormous life changes who’ve also experienced childhood trauma.

She’s the creator of the Gate Passages Framework, a structured, bottom-up approach to healing trauma and going through major life changes. She’s certified in EMDR and trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (certification in progress), Internal Family Systems, and AEDP. She combines therapy with Reiki, Tarot, and flower essences. She’s a certified NASW clinical supervisor for social workers seeking advanced clinical certification and runs supervision groups for newer therapists looking to gain skills in treating trauma. She’s presented on trauma and self-care at Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work and Limerick Institute of Technology School of Social Care (County Clare, Ireland).

She’s a certified yoga teacher (200-hour), 20-year meditator, self-taught artist and potter. She is based in the NY metro area. She loves to garden, play pickleball, and feed people. She can be found at www.maureen-clancy.com and on Instagram.

This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast
Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.com
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