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To begin our new series on Mind-Body Wellness, we will share the research on traumatic events and how they impact your mental and physical health. We discuss:

• Why does the body hold on to trauma?
• Working with trauma in a coaching vs. medical model
• The possibilities for your life if you can work with your mind-body to free yourself from the past

This information is for educational purposes and not intended to diagnose or treat any mental or physical conditions. Please consult your physician before beginning any mind-body intervention.

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How Trauma Impacts Your Mind-Body


INTRO 00:00
Welcome to Soul Sessions with CreativeMind with Debra Berndt Maldonado and Dr. Rob Maldonado of CreativeMind. Join us each week for inspiring conversation about personal development based on Jungian philosophy, Eastern spirituality, and social neuroscience. Spend each week with us to explore deep topics in a practical way. Let’s begin.

Debra Maldonado 00:30
Hello, welcome to another episode of Soul Sessions with CreativeMind. I’m Debra Maldonado. I’m here with Dr. Rob Maldonado. Before we begin our session today, I wanted to invite you to subscribe to our channel if you’re on YouTube. Just click the button here in the corner of the video. If you are listening to us on Spotify, iTunes or another podcast broadcasting service, please be sure to subscribe there as well, so you can receive every episode. This episode is called “How Trauma Impacts Your Mind-Body”. Rob, why are we doing this series? It is our new series on the mind-body.

Robert Maldonado 01:12
We’ve been wanting to do a series on the mind-body for a while now. But the opportunity is finally here because CreativeMind University is launching a new mind-body program called CreativeMind Wellness. In honor of that, we’re going to be presenting some of the topics that we’re interested in and that are relevant to mind-body issues.

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