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Wednesday, 04 July 2012 20:00

Dr. Shelley Uram on Little Traumas

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Dr. Shelley Uram on Little Traumas

One of America's most respected centers for treating trauma and addiction, The Meadows presents a 16-part video series, viewable on YouTube, in which Dr. Shelley Uram addresses topics ranging from the nature of the authentic self to the benefits of Somatic Experiencing.

In the installment titled "Little Traumas," Dr. Uram, a psychologist and senior fellow at The Meadows, discusses the small traumas that people experience throughout life. While these "covert traumas" aren't visible from the outside, they get locked in the brain and, whether accurate or not, stay lodged in its trauma areas.

"And even if you learn better 10 years later," Dr. Uram states, "they're still there, and they're still going to get triggered."

In other videos in this series, Dr. Uram shares her expertise on trauma triggers, addiction, and the effects of emotional trauma on brain development.

Shelley Uram, M.D., is a Harvard-trained, triple board-certified psychiatrist who speaks nationally and internationally on the brain’s survival wiring — and how it can interfere with modern life. As a senior fellow at The Meadows, Dr. Uram conducts patient lectures and trains staff members. She also serves as a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at The University of Arizona College of Medicine, and she treats patients in her Phoenix office.

The Meadows’ video series includes interviews with other prominent figures in the mental health field, including John Bradshaw and Maureen Canning; see www.youtube.com/themeadowswickenburg.  To learn more about The Meadows’ innovative treatment program for trauma, addiction, and other disorders, visit www.themeadows.com or call 800-244-4949.

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