Nikki Gratrix is our second guest on Mental Health Month and we're talking about the effect of childhood trauma on women's health. This is a great under-talked about epidemic that affects many people for years. And these childhood traumas could go from the very severe to the much less severe. But the good thing is that we can reverse them with interventions we can employ today. So this is a very interesting talk packed with facts and suggestions.
Nikki is an amazing speaker who has done a lot of research into the connection between childhood trauma and illness. She studied and was working in banking, economics & finance before moving to the health industry. She wanted to do something with more meaning and to help people directly.
Nikki trained and worked as a Clinical Nutritionist in the UK, and during this time she became more of a mind-body expert rather than just looking at nutrition and functional nutrition.
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What You Will Hear:
- How often emotional trauma and history plays a part in women’s illness
- The correlation between adverse childhood events and risk of disease onset in later life
- Types of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
- Diseases in relation to ACEs
- Emotional trauma and fertility
- The identity level of childhood traumas
- Steps to healing emotional traumas and recharge rituals
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Bridgit Danner, Founder of Women's Wellness Collaborative
During this Mental Health Month, I'll be doing a free Meditation Challenge meant to challenge you to meditate every day for a month and have support while doing it. And you don't have to do any huge amount of meditation; even just 1 min per day is fine because meditation is a great tool that can help us find peace of mind! Grab this chance to meditate with a supportive community.