How to Heal Your ‘Grief Brain’ with Neurologist Dr Lisa Shulman
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In today’s episode, we dive into the science behind how grief impacts the brain with a world-renowned neurologist, author, and widow, Dr. Lisa Shulman. Lisa is the Director of the University of Maryland’s Movement Centre and the author of Healing Your Brain After Loss: A Neurologist’s Perspective on Loss, Grief, and Our Brain. We talk about how losing her husband Bill led her to research how our brains respond to loss and trauma, as well as:


  • Why ‘grief brain’ happens
  • Dissociation and anxiety as a response to loss
  • The role of dreams in processing grief
  • How to help your brain heal


Thanks to today’s sponsor, Griefline. For more information or to access their support programs and services, visit griefline.org.au

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