Episode 190: Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Betrayal trauma has a significant impact on both the brain and the nervous system of the betrayed partner and makes it difficult for them to return to a state of calm and safety.  Included are steps for healing from this challenging mental health problem.

TRANSCRIPT: Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Hi everyone, welcome to Thanks for Sharing. I’m your host, Jackie Pack. Today we’re going to be talking about betrayal trauma, and I’m going to be citing two main sources as I talk about betrayal trauma today. The first one is Dr. George S. Everly. Dr. Everly serves on the faculties of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Everly has spent almost 40 years and traveled to over 25 countries lecturing on and researching the psychological aspects of disaster. He is the author of over 20 books on stress, psychological crisis intervention, disaster mental health, and human resilience. Then the second source that I’m going to be pulling from today is Michelle Mays. Now Michelle Mays is a fellow CSAT, and one of the leading experts right now offering resources and treatment for partners of sex addicts who have experienced betrayal trauma.

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