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Letting Go of Stress with Dr. Brian Alman

Adverse Childhood Experiences are not only more common than perceived but also scientifically correlated with a range of serious health issues.

In this episode of the Beauty of Conflict, CrisMarie Campbell welcomes Brian Alman, CEO and founder of True Sage, to discuss the development of treatment solutions aligned with the ACE study, emphasizing the importance of addressing underlying issues resulting from adverse childhood experiences. He explains how the ACE study, conducted by Vincent J. Felitti, explores the correlation between childhood traumas and later health challenges. Brian highlights the crucial role of integrating positive childhood experiences into the healing process, emphasizing the need for unconditional self-acceptance and inner work. He also underscores the importance of resolving underlying issues and healing trauma for a comprehensive approach to mental and physical well-being.

Listen to this episode and learn from Brian Alman’s profound experiences and strategies for resolving adverse childhood experiences!

About Brian Alman:

Dr. Brian Alman is the CEO and founder of True Sage. A passionate facilitator with a Ph.D. in psychology, and author of 14 books, he is one of the world’s leading authorities in wellness and personal growth. Using knowledge of the conscious, subconscious, and Unconscious, he has significantly contributed to psychology, medicine, education, clinical research, wellness, parenting, business, and sports.

He was nicknamed “The Doctor of Last Resort” at Kaiser Permanente — the world’s largest nonprofit healthcare provider. By discovering and facilitating the unconscious, inner potential of each person, he has helped hundreds of thousands of people and contributed to making the world a better place. With his inventions, books, training workshops, one-on-one mobile technologies, and online programs, Dr. Alman is now helping people help themselves more than ever before in the fields of weight loss, stress reduction, healing, and healthcare.

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Key Take-Aways

  • How the ACE study explores the connection between childhood traumas and later health challenges, providing crucial insights into the impact of adverse childhood experiences.

  • How treatment solutions have been developed alongside the ACE study to address and resolve underlying issues related to adverse childhood experiences.

  • How the integration of positive childhood experiences plays a crucial role in the healing process.

  • How the significance of unconditional self-acceptance and inner work in the process of healing and how it contributes to achieving overall wellness.

  • Why it is essential to resolve underlying issues, particularly those stemming from adverse childhood experiences, for a healthier and happier life.


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