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When faced with overwhelming trauma, dissociation can be the only logical thing our brains are able do to help us to survive.
Join me as I explore what happens in the brain during trauma, why dissociation is the brain’s best way of surviving when overwhelmed by life-threat, how dissociative disorders develop and how best to support trauma survivors rediscover a sense of safety with a dysregulated nervous system.