The Boy who was Raised as a Dog

The Boy who was Raised as a Dog Blog Post by – Steve Tanner I recently read a book titled The Boy who was Raised as a Dog by Bruce Perry, MD, PhD and Maia Szalavitz (2006, 2017). I read the 2017 edition which includes answers to frequently asked questions since the 2006 edition was…

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Easy Ways to Stimulate and Tone your Vagus Nerve

Blog Post by – Steve Tanner, PathwaysToIntegration.com Please note: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. These image links will redirect you to Amazon. Well first of all what is referred as the ‘Vagus Nerve’ is actually of a complex of nerves that merge together to join the brain in the 10th position….

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How Writing can help reduce Stress & Tension from Trauma

Blog Post by – Steve Tanner, PathwaysToIntegration.com In 1997 James W Pennebaker Phd (Regents Centennial Chair of Psychology at the University of Texas, Austin) published his book Opening Up: The Healing Power of Expression Emotions by Guilford Press. In this book he explored the health benefits of expressing emotions in constructive ways. In 2016 along with…

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What is TRE?

Blog Post by – Steve Tanner, PathwaysToIntegration.com Trauma and Tension Releasing Exercises (TRE®) Perhaps you have seen an animal shake and tremor after escaping from a life threatening attack. This is a completely natural process that allows them to discharge the stress of the attack.  We humans do the same thing.  It is completely natural to shake just…

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Write to Heal

Blog Post by – Steve Tanner, PathwaysToIntegration.com After someone experiences something shocking or traumatic they may say something like , “I don’t know what I think or feel!” Or “I can’t even say how I feel!” Can you relate? By ‘trauma’ we can include an unexpected death of a loved one, sexual assault, burglary, job loss, divorce,…

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Trauma Relief from the Bottom Up!

Blog Post by – Steve Tanner, PathwaysToIntegration.com What is trauma? Generally speaking, trauma is something that we experience which exceeds our coping abilities and mechanisms. That means that whatever it is, we cannot process it. We cannot comprehend it. We cannot assign it a unified story capturing its meaning. Trauma refuses to be coherent. Like…

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What is Neurosculpting?

Blog Post by – Steve Tanner, PathwaysToIntegration.com Please note: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. These image links will redirect you to Amazon. Neurosculpting® is a whole-brain meditation practice designed by Lisa Wimberger. She has published books that you can find on Amazon and you can watch her You-Tubes. Neurosculpting® is a…

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