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WANP CE Webinar: The Psychoneuroendocrine Impacts of Intergenerational Trauma ~ Gaynel Nave, ND
July 14 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT$35 – $65
In the late 20th century, trauma has been defined as an autonomic response to an environment or experience that is potentially dangerous or unsafe. Trauma often results in psychological, structural, immunological, and other metabolic changes. Unfortunately, these changes can be passed down through genetic predisposition affecting an entire lineage.
The first longitudinal study evaluating the long-term impacts of childhood abuse was conducted by the CDC-Keiser Permanente. This study was the first to illuminate the long-term effects of trauma. Since then, extensive research on the topic continues to emerge. Recent publications show that trauma can increase the propensity of pregnancy mortality rates, infertility, breast cancer, and chronic disease states such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and stroke.
As you can see, the impact of trauma is quite intricate and complex. This webinar will allow us to take an introductory deep dive into trauma’s effects on the modulation of steroid hormones, the structural changes of the neuroanatomy, and the resulting (psychological, neurological, and endocrine) repercussions for the patients we serve.
Attendees of this session will be able to:
- Define and understand how trauma can be passed down through the generations.
- Understand the effects of trauma on the neuroendocrine system.
- Understand the structural changes to the brain and corresponding psychological impacts of trauma.
- Identify cultural tools of resilience, allied services, and community tools to facilitate the healing of trauma in clinical practice.
Speaker Bio: Dr. Gaynel Nave is a healer and AZ licensed naturopathic physician. She works with womxn to unlock the vibrant and vivacious queen living within them so they can embody their true selves. Her practice is virtual and serves her local Grand Rapids community and the world beyond. Her clinical focus is psychoneuroendocrinology, the relationship between hormones and psychological well-being.
She hails from Jamaica and uses the knowledge from her culture, her naturopathic medical training and trauma-informed training to facilitate healing.
She obtained her naturopathic medical degree at the federally accredited naturopathic medical school, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. Dr. Nave has also received additional training in Neuro Emotional Technique (NET), the principles of Internal Family Systems (IFS), and other forms of trauma-informed care.
Each therapeutic partnership with Dr. Nave relies on her client’s expertise of themselves as well as her own clinical expertise. It involves an analysis and understanding of their unique needs and story as well as the use of specialty hormone and gastrointestinal testing, collaboration with your healthcare providers, classical homeopathy, hormonal education, nutrition, and environmental medicine as the primary supportive tools.
**This presentation is worth 1 Category 1 CE credit.**
Cost: $35 for WANP members; $65 for non-members; $15 for WANP Student members