Is it possible for us to raise healthy kids, but we haven’t dealt with our own trauma yet? Does this make us bad? No. We all have wounds, and we’re all doing our best to regulate ourselves so we could not impart the trauma to our children. But the more we heal, the more reliable, the more consistent and the more available we become to our children.
Joining Michelle today is the founder of PRISMA, Greg Wieting. He has helped thousands of people heal from their trauma for 2 decades. He dives into how we can heal our own anxiety, depression, and chronic pain rooted in trauma, so we can be a better model to our children. Greg also talks about why chemical imbalance doesn’t cause anxiety and depression.
“I think the essence of healing is not problem solving or fixing, but it’s presence. There’s nothing broken, bad or wrong. This is something hurt that needs loving intention. The more we develop that capacity to support ourselves with that loving attention, and the wounded parts of ourselves, then the more we can show up to our kids, to our loved ones and to our family.” – Greg Wieting
About our Guest:
He is the founder of PRISMA – a framework overlaying trauma, neuroscience, and energy medicine with somatic and mindfulness-based practices. He developed this while healing his own anxiety, depression, and chronic pain rooted in trauma. This included unraveling a severe spinal curvature and standing three inches taller today!
Over the last two decades, Greg has helped thousands heal through his one-on-one practice and has certified hundreds of healthcare professionals in his methodology. His new online course and community now make healing practical and accessible to all.
Greg has spoken at The Institute of Noetic Sciences about energy medicine, The California Institute of Integral Studies about trauma-informed touch, the California Academy of Sciences on neuroplasticity and brain health, and Hive Global Leaders on the intersection of healing, spirituality and entrepreneurship.
He discusses leadership, healing and his journey with equity, diversity and inclusion on That’s Not How That Works podcast.
Greg’s been featured in Elephant Journal and Gay In America and has appeared in Mantra Magazine and 24Life. He has presented and written about trauma-informed healing for The Breathe Network and has been interviewed by Montana Public Radio.
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