Are we collectively traumatized?
Isn’t it that almost all of us hold in our lineage victims and perpetrators of war and genocide? Science tells us that trauma is epigenetically inherited for at least three generations. And beyond intense trauma, many of us have experienced – being conscious of it or not – very difficult and demanding episodes in our lives.
- What’s the relationship between trauma and coaching?
- How do traumatized people perceive everyday life?
- What are the coping mechanisms many of us (ab)use to flee from the constant terror of our collective armageddon lurking around the corner?
- What could be a healthy interface to let our hearts open and vulnerable yet not get suffocated by the sheer immensity of the challenges we face?
I welcome my guests Bridgee Melling and Marius Rothe.
They are offering therapy and coaching with a focus on trauma, LGBTQ+, non-traditional relationship models, sexuality (including kink), psychedelic integration and life coaching. Their work is based in psychoanalysis, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, psychodynamic therapy and systemic therapy.