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Jan 10, 2023

Our personal history can shape the way we perceive and react to the behavior of others and the types of relationships we form. If we have experienced neglect or abuse in the past, it may be more difficult for us to trust others and form close relationships. We may also be more prone to anxiety or depression. On the other hand, if we had a supportive and nurturing upbringing, we may be more confident and able to form healthy, positive relationships.

In this episode, Ana Gabriel Mann discusses the use of neurofeedback as a treatment for trauma and other issues such as PTSD, brain injury, and processing disorders. They describe the process of neurofeedback and how it can be used to specifically target and address specific areas of the brain that may be over or understimulated. She also emphasizes the importance of self-care and the role it plays in healing and personal growth.

Ana Gabriel Mann earned her Master’s degree in clinical psychology before going on to serve as an educator, therapist, and corporate trainer. She currently coaches Go-Giver Marriage clients and leads the Go-Giver Marriage Coaches Training Program.

Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website.

In this episode

6:45 Exploring the use of authentic movement in processing and healing trauma.

11:57 The importance of boundaries in therapy, particularly in couples therapy. 

22:47 Understanding and managing flooding and multigenerational PTSD with EEG neurofeedback therapy. 

29:03  The Benefits of Neurofeedback Therapy for Managing Trauma and Overaroused Nervous Systems.

37:12 Neurofeedback for trauma, brain injury, and processing disorders: How EEG therapy can help regulate brain function and promote healing.

48:46 The importance of prioritizing self-care in trauma healing and personal growth.

51:42 How they’re helping individuals and couples.


The Go-Giver Marriage: A Little Story About the Five Secrets to Lasting Love (*Amazon Affiliate link) (book)

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ERP 270: How to Resolve Relational Trauma in the Body through Dance & Movement – An Interview with Orit Krug

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