Trauma stewardship is a concept of accepting that client’s story can be traumatising, so we need to notice the impact as soon as possible, learn to hold it, notice how it impacts us (what we keep in our mind and body) and finally what we have to and can put down.
We simply cannot walk the path without our tribe, our collective, and our support networks.
Oh, the self-care. What a buzzword, right. Yet, if we don’t know how to take care of ourselves, who will?
Here are some of the relational symptoms of secondary trauma
Here are some of the mental symptoms of secondary trauma
Here are some of the physical symptoms of secondary trauma…
Vicarious trauma can feel like moral injury, but it is different.
This month we are looking into the cost of working in carrying professions: the impact of client’s trauma on our health.
The nervous system is responsible for communication through the body and regulation of homeostasis, which are the different self-regulatory body processes like control of body temperature.
Our brain is one of the most important parts of our body, responsible for things such as memories, feeling, emotions and senses yet we have no clue how it works or what it is made up of.