On today’s episode, you’ll hear Dr. Linda Barnum presenting at the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium to a virtual audience of approximately 500 attendees. That’s one of the largest breakout sessions we offered.
Dr. Barnum is an Assistant Professor of Human Relations for the University of Oklahoma. She is also a Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice focusing on trauma resolution.
In this episode, you’ll hear Dr. Barnum’s presentation that explores how the impact of
trans-generational trauma effects our experiences of who we are, how we relate to each other,
and how we understand our own traumatic experiences regarding events that happened before
we were born.
Oct 19 2020
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Oct 22 2020
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Oct 26 2020
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