This course is designed to help you to manage trauma, identify trauma you could not see before, and improve your mental performance at the same time. We look forward to your feedback and your continuous improvement.
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Before we get started, here are 10 things to consider about Trauma.
- “Injury is to the body as trauma is to the psyche”. Dr. Tomlinson, www.anatomyoftrauma.com
- All humans will suffer from trauma in their lifetime yet there are no two traumas the same.
- Trauma begins to impact us one month after conception.
- Of the 4 types of trauma, Cumulative Emotional Trauma is our biggest cost.
- Trauma causes a disruption between our conscious and subconscious thinking.
- Your subconscious is like your 800 lb gorilla and can irrationally take over your life.
- This disruption can cause you to behave in unfamiliar ways and not know why.
- Your subconscious brain controls over 95%+ of your human functioning.
- This course is designed to help you leverage the 95% to increase your performance efficiently.
- There is a recipe to harness the power of your subconscious brain, recover and perform better.
Why and how The Trauma Course can work for you and those you care about.
4 Types of Trauma – In this course, you will become aware that there are only 4 types of trauma we all experience and suffer from. We will show you how to manage trauma better and begin to improve your performance by using a simple process.
3 Priorities of Your Subconscious Brain – Your subconscious brain controls more than 95% of your human functioning. Like an 800 lb gorilla, the subconscious brain can act irrationally and can do tremendous damage to your life. In this course, you will understand the priorities of your subconscious brain and how to nurture it.
8 Behaviours – There are 8 behaviours that systematically feed the 3 priorities of your subconscious brain. These simple behaviours will keep your 800 lb gorilla happy and working for you. You will learn what these 8 behaviours are, the order to put them in for the best results, and simple actions you can perform to cultivate these behaviours.
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Doug Smith and Doug Smith Performance