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Interview | Crafting a Story of Resilience with Dr. Kristin Beasley

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WARNING: episode contains general references to childhood trauma and abuse. | Goodness this was an amazing conversation with the wise and kind “Dr. B.” Dr. B is a clinical psychologist specializing in early childhood development. Dr. B’s insights on story in early childhood, resilience, and ACEs [adverse childhood experiences] 

 

7:00 - Dr. B explains her work. 

10:00 - How are our stories built in early childhood? 

11:55 - Quick overview of the 10 ACEs [adverse childhood experiences]

15:20 - What happens in adulthood when people experience ACEs in childhood? 

20:30 - The “still face experiment” with infants

26:00 - How does personality develop? 

33:55 - How do we parent/uncle kids with this knowledge? “Shared conversations in appropriate ways.”

41:25 - How to build a coherent narrative

47:45 - Implicit vs. explicit memory “Ghosts in the nursery”

58:00 - Resilience - the story of triumph over trauma

 

Dr. B’s Website - Leave a Lifeprint Academy - https://www.drbconnections.com/

Check out Dr. B’s podcast with Creek “Delusional Optimism” wherever you listen to podcast

A Kid’s Company About - https://akidsco.com/

 

Fathoms | An Enneagram Podcast: “Discovering our inner depths, one fathom at a time.”

Co-hosts: Seth Abram, Seth Creekmore, Drew Moser

Production/Editing: Seth Creekmore

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