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World Grief-Transforming Trauma Through the Five Phases • Alaine Duncan • Qi148

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The airways are full of bad news, fear and conjecture it’s a hit parade of one scary thing after another. This alone would be hard our spirits if you ingest even a portion of the 24 hour media feed. Add on isolation and an unrelenting sense of an inescapable threat, it’s tough on one’s mental and emotional wellbeing. 

There is a pervasive sense of grief at the loss of a world that just a few short months ago operated in vastly different way. The physical and social distancing bring their own difficulties, and for anyone who’s carrying some buried away trauma it’s closer to the surface as the veneer of normality is stripped away. 

In this conversation with Alaine Duncan we look at how these times more easily surface lingering trauma and perhaps can give us an opportunity to resolve some insures from the past as we work through the challenges of the present. 

Listen in as we discuss the importance of attending to the fire/communication phase, and how the difficulties of this time can also be a catalyst for healing and change. 

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  • Lack of control and what arises in us from that experience
  • The neurological response to a sense of inescapable attack
  • What can Chinese medicine practitioners do to work around the virus
  • Helping ourselves and others deal with previous traumas that are returning during coronavirus
  • Heart/Kidney transformation
  • What to do when dealing with trauma during coronavirus and you can’t see/interact with others
  • How do we work through a situation where our whole world is changing very quickly and we are grieving over things we are missing
  • It’s important to be able to orient to a threat
  • The healing power of high regard

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I have a unique approach to acupuncture treatment that integrates modern understandings of the neuro-biology of traumatic stress with ancient healing principles from acupuncture and Asian medicine. This clinical fascination has carried my heart and my feet to places and people I never imagined when I graduated from acupuncture school in 1990. The boundary between me and military families, immigrants, refugees, and survivors of natural and human-made disasters has grown more and more thin – and that is a gift of spirit. I love our medicine. I love what it can explain about life and how it can reach people whose life and health resides at the margins.

Asian medicine has a rich place at the interface of individual healing and social transformation. It has a lot of power to restore balance and regulation, not just for individuals, but for how those individuals relate to their families, workplaces, and our communal ballot box. We are pretty important to our planet and all who live on it.

I’m in that Earth phase of life – the time of collecting and distributing the harvest. I have a small practice at Crossings Healing & Wellness in Silver Spring, MD, am Chair of the Board of the National Capital Area Acupuncturists Without Borders chapter – volunteering free stress-reduction services to immigrants, refugees and neighbors in need. I helped develop the Integrative Health & Wellness program at the DC Veterans Administration Medical Center, serving there from 2007 – 2017.

 

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Visit Alaine's website to learn more about her work and her book.

Here's an article from Alaine's blog that goes into the Five Phases and the self-protective response

 

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Moving Through Trauma: A Path of Healing and Resiliency • Alaine Duncan

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Trauma has both a physiological and emotional impact on us. It can set up a kind of dysregulation that while in the midst of trauma can be adaptive, and in fact help us to survive, but over time can be source of all kinds of physical and emotional problems. 

In this “part two” conversation we discuss the cycle of healing that can occur as patients move through the five phases of trauma and recovery. And how Chinese medicine, an understanding of modern neurobiology, and gentle hands on work can not only heal trauma, but help to build greater resiliency.  

 

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I have a unique approach to acupuncture treatment that integrates modern understandings of the neuro-biology of traumatic stress with ancient healing principles from acupuncture and Asian medicine. This clinical fascination has carried my heart and my feet to places and people I never imagined when I graduated from acupuncture school in 1990. The boundary between me and military families, immigrants, refugees, and survivors of natural and human-made disasters has grown more and more thin – and that is a gift of spirit. I love our medicine. I love what it can explain about life and how it can reach people whose life and health resides at the margins.

Asian medicine has a rich place at the interface of individual healing and social transformation. It has a lot of power to restore balance and regulation, not just for individuals, but for how those individuals relate to their families, workplaces, and our communal ballot box. We are pretty important to our planet and all who live on it.

I’m in that Earth phase of life – the time of collecting and distributing the harvest. I have a small practice at Crossings Healing & Wellness in Silver Spring, MD, am Chair of the Board of the National Capital Area Acupuncturists Without Borders chapter – volunteering free stress-reduction services to immigrants, refugees and neighbors in need. I helped develop the Integrative Health & Wellness program at the DC Veterans Administration Medical Center, serving there from 2007 – 2017.

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Read Alain's book The Tao of Trauma 

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Treating Trauma Through the Five Phases • Alaine Duncan • Qi093

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The experience of trauma is as much a part of life as is falling in love, having family disagreements, and wondering how we fit in this life. And while we tend to focus on the problems that have their roots in traumatic experiences, it is also possible that we can become more resilient and anti-fragile by moving through traumatic experiences in a way that allows us to harvest the lessons of the experience.

In today’s conversation we explore aspects of modern bio-physiology, the insights and perspectives from somatic experiencing and how these relate to the five phases.

Listen in for a discussion of how the fact of trauma is less important than how we move through the cycle of resolution. As we know from Chinese medicine, when things stagnate there are going to be problems. But if there is movement, then the zheng qi of a system will work to help us to resolve the difficulties and bring us to a place of harmony, health and resilience.

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In This Conversation We Discuss:

  • How Alaine got interested in trauma
  • Somatic experiencing, the phases and movements through the cycles of trauma
  • Importance of the Kidney-Pericardium relation
  • The D in PTSD misrepresents and unfairly maligns the physiology of this experience
  • Trauma gets processed deep in the brain
  • Limbic response has very little to do with thinking
  • Role of the social fiend in dealing with trauma and recovery from trauma
  • Clues to recognizing your patients are suffering through trauma
  • The role of the Vagus nerve
  • Coherence and the heart
  • Genetics and epigenetics

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All healing rests on embodied experiences of safety and relationship.


Alaine Duncan, L.Ac

I have a unique approach to acupuncture treatment that integrates modern understandings of the neuro-biology of traumatic stress with ancient healing principles from acupuncture and Asian medicine. This clinical fascination has carried my heart and my feet to places and people I never imagined when I graduated from acupuncture school in 1990. The boundary between me and military families, immigrants, refugees, and survivors of natural and human-made disasters has grown more and more thin – and that is a gift of spirit.  I love our medicine. I love what it can explain about life and how it can reach people whose life and health resides at the margins.

Asian medicine has a rich place at the interface of individual healing and social transformation. It has a lot of power to restore balance and regulation, not just for individuals, but for how those individuals relate to their families, workplaces, and our communal ballot box. We are pretty important to our planet and all who live on it.

I’m in that Earth phase of life – the time of collecting and distributing the harvest. I have a small practice at Crossings Healing & Wellness in Silver Spring, MD, am Chair of the Board of the National Capital Area Acupuncturists Without Borders chapter – volunteering free stress-reduction services to immigrants, refugees and neighbors in need. I helped develop the Integrative Health & Wellness program at the DC Veterans Administration Medical Center, serving there from 2007 – 2017.

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Four Needles, Buckle Up

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Links and Resources

Alaine's book, The Tao of Trauma: A Practitioner’s Guide for Integrating Five Element Theory and Trauma Treatment, written with Kathy Kain, came out in January 2019. She will be teaching a year-long series of workshops based on the book and designed to cultivate observation, interaction and touch skills for acupuncturists, Somatic Experiencing Practitioners, and other providers with similar training in Ojai, California and Silver Spring, MD starting in October 2019, and running through 2020.

Books that have spoken to Alaine

In An Unspoken Voice: How The Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodnessby Peter Levine

My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies ,by Resmaa Menakem.

Nurturing Resilience: Helping Clients Move Forward from Developmental Trauma -An Integrative Somatic Approach, by Kathy Kain and Stephen Terrell.

Five Element Constitutional Acupunctureby Angela Hicks, John Hicks and Peter Mole.

 

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