The Foundational Journey For Addressing Stored Trauma begins March 1,2024

Programs & Events

A Deeper Understanding Of Yourself

Changes That Last

Integrative and Holistic

More Tools As A Practitioner,

Parent and Person

Program and Events Hero

Programs & Events

A Deeper Understanding Of Yourself

Changes That Last

Integrative and Holistic

More Tools As A Practitioner,

Parent and Person

Program and Events Hero

A Virtual Music and Song Workshop with Karen Drucker and Dr. Aimie

"Sing the Song of Your Soul" A Virtual Music and Song Workshop

Get ready for an exciting and fun (and non-threatening!) workshop writing the song of your soul, your unique personal affirmation chant for healing, health, and inspiration! 

*Please note that no musical training or “talent” is needed for this workshop. Shower singers welcome!

Overview

Begin Your Journey

Your journey is as unique and important as you are. Your healing begins with the Foundational Journey
(21 Day Journey + Intro Journey to All Parts of Me.)

Programs

You. Calm. Alive. Be safely guided step-by-step through the essential process for addressing stored trauma in your body.

Biology of Trauma® Modules

Take Charge of my Trauma Track is for individuals and parents. The Certificate track is for Professionals. Click HERE for the Professional Training Information.

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The Biology of Freeze & Overwhelm

A 6 week journey into the biology of the freeze response bringing in the healing factors of safety, time and energy on a cellular level by addressing mitochondrial health, brain inflammation and autoimmunity.

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The Biology of Grief & Heart Shocks

The next stage of the healing journey after the freeze response, a 6 week journey into the biology of grief that can keep us stuck in a trauma response by bringing in the healing factors of titration and gut health.

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The Biology of Attachments & Neurodevelopment

A 6 week journey into early attachment and neurodevelopment, the biology that predisposes one to attachment trauma and tools to rewire and program ourselves for safety and security on a cellular level.

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The Biology of
Stress and Anxiety

Coming out of a freeze response, a 6 week journey into strengthening a healthy stress response maintaining our cellular resources to allow us to stand and take action in the problems in our life.

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The Biology of
Letting Go

A 6 week journey into The Biology of Letting Go, the last stage of the trauma healing journey that will keep us stuck in holding on to toxins, weight, inflammation and resentments.

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The Biology of
Healing

A 6 week journey into the integrated approach through the trauma healing journey, understanding the right tools at the right time that honors the biology of trauma and the health, aliveness and relationships that await those who complete the stages.

Meet Dr. Aimie

Aimie Apigian

Dr. Aimie Apigian, MD MS MPH is the leading medical expert on how life experiences get stored in the body and accelerating the trauma healing journey through her signature model and methodology, The Biology of Trauma®.

Dr. Aimie truly is the physician who has gone on her own journey.

Dr. Aimie shares:

“Drawn to foster care and hurting children, I fostered and then adopted a 4-year-old boy during medical school. Bringing with him the trauma that he had experienced in his early years, he ultimately challenged every aspect of my way of thinking, my medical training, and even my spiritual beliefs.

Fueled by how my life has been affected by attachment trauma beginning with my father and needing to address my own insecure attachment patterns, my purpose is to share what I have learned to accelerate the healing journey of attachment trauma of others.”

Dr. Aimie Apigian, MD, MS, MPH, is a double Board-Certified Physician, boarded in both Preventive and Addiction Medicine with a Masters in Biochemistry and a Masters in Public Health. She is a leader, speaker and founder of Trauma Healing Accelerated, LLC where she not only continues to lead individuals in their own healing journey but trains professionals around the world to do the same.

After a few years in a general surgery residency in Portland, OR, Dr. Aimie decided to forge her career path as a Trauma, Attachment and Addiction Medicine Physician.  She believes the healing journey can be accelerated by bringing in the biology piece to trauma and applying strategic tools to address the chronic effects of trauma in ones body.  Having both parented children with effects from attachment and trauma issues and then having her own health challenges from chronic stress and traumas, she is intensely invested on finding what actually works practically and how to restore the body to its highest potential for health optimizing the biology. 

In addition to her medical training, she is also a Functional Medicine physician and has training and certifications specifically in neuro-autoimmunity, nutrition and genetics for addictions, mental health, and mood and behavioral disorders.

She has a number of certifications in various trauma therapies including Instinctual Trauma Response Model (an art trauma therapy), Somatic Experiencing (developed by Dr. Peter Levine), and NeuroAffective Touch (Dr. Aline LaPierre). Dr. Aimie enjoys bridging the gap between what she sees happening in these trauma therapies and a person’s biology and nervous system.

What If..?

Imagine How Different Your Life Could Be if You Were Actually Fully Present Rather Than Just Reacting…

Does This Sound Like You?

How Is That Working For You?

You’ve tried your best to change the pattern; tried to strengthen your willpower, but your body will “sabotage” you by shutting down or over-reacting when you don’t want it to.

Certain therapies keep the focus on just the brain and don’t address the body, and may actually make things worse. These are the dangerous yet standard practices of addressing stored trauma. It’s not your fault, change IS possible when you know what to do.