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Published January 10, 2021 in

Trauma Therapist Meghan Riordan-Jarvis on Trauma and Grief

Episode 60

A really interesting discussion on Grief and Trauma from Trauma Therapist Meghan Riordan-Jarvis, who also experienced ptsd herself following the sudden and unexpected death of her beloved mother. Lots to learn here, for anyone experiencing or working with trauma.

We talk about trauma in the therapy room, times when touch is necessary in therapy (co-regulation) and what modalities can be useful in taking a bottom-up approach to trauma therapy.

Meghan Riordan Jarvis is a psychotherapist, speaker, educator, writer, wife, and mother of three. After losing both her parents within two years of each other she began Grief Is My Side Hustle.

She is currently working on a memoir about grief, loss, and the things we don’t say to each other

The blog is

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