Processing Trauma with Somatic Therapy  

We all know about the three main trauma responses, flight, fight, or freeze, but many of us haven’t considered how those responses remain  in our bodies long after the stressor has gone away. Today’s episode offers a new option for working through past traumas.

Today’s guest is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who specializes in treating trauma with Somatic therapy, trauma-informed yoga, and mindfulness. Dezryelle Arcieri joins Dr. Fedrick to talk about her work and how allows patients to manage trauma-related stress and anxiety.

Key Takeaways from Liz’s chat with Dez:  

• Hear about Dezryelle’s background
• Learn what Somatic Therapy is and how it can be effective in treating trauma
• Find out how it differs from  talk therapy and how they can be used in conjunction
• Hear about some of the unique benefits of Somatic Therapy
• Find out what Dez refers to as trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness is all about
• Learn a calming activity you can start practicing right now

All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

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