How to Process Difficult Situations with Dr. Deb Lindh

How to Process Difficult Situations with Dr. Deb Lindh

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Difficult situations are a part of our everyday lives. We are constantly coming up against things that touch a trigger or trauma, but many don’t know what to do when this happens. Many may not even be able to identify that it is a trauma trigger. Understanding how to process difficult situations is important for every good leader. On today’s show, I have a conversation with Dr. Deb to talk about ways that you can process when times get tough. Join Dr. Deb and I as we explore our own experiences and how we’ve been able to move from reaction to responsive to going beyond the micro-moments of our lives.

Show highlights:

  1. Become aware of the unaware – start to notice your experience
  2. Understand how noticing can be a powerful tool to going beyond difficult situations
  3. How to move from reaction – responsive -going beyond
  4. Find harmony to coexist with/and our own trauma, triggers etc.
  5. How to embrace the tension of life
  6. Listen to how Dr. Deb correlates food & cooking & how we can process trauma

Jennifer Tsang is an ICF Leadership Coach who partners with executives, leaders & everyday people to build more consciousness into how they lead their teams and most importantly, themselves. She believes that leadership is an inside out approach. As someone who has worked on her own personal development and self-leadership for over 15 years, she started her coaching practice in 2020 to help others discover how to lead themselves and grow professionally and personally. Today, Jennifer offers a wide variety of programs and services – from individual coaching, to group and team coaching, mindfulness programs and facilitated group conversations.

Guest Bio

Dr. Deb Lindh (Dr. Deb) is a PTSD Survivor-Warrior, Amazon Best Selling Author, Award-Winning Scholar Practitioner, and founder of the global Twitter chat #PTSDandBeyond and the PTSD and Beyond Podcast which were both launched to provide advocacy, support, and resources as well as hope, inspiration, education, and empowerment to everyone affected by and with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The PTSD and Beyond podcast is heard in over 90 countries on most podcast platforms and the weekly global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter chat ranks in the top chats and placed number 1 of 209 global Twitter Chats.

Dr. Deb’s contributions to Post-Traumatic Stress Recovery stems from sharing her story, experiences, and medication-free healing journey and recovery with surviving narcissistic child abuse.

“If there’s a solution, I’ll find it and if not, I’ll build one,” Dr. Deb Lindh

While earning her doctorate, Dr. Deb focused her studies and committed to helping herself overcome the many symptoms of PTSD – all without medication; using herself as the guinea pig and experiment all the while acting as the researcher, scientist, innovator, and client.

The result is Dr. Deb created evidence-based interventions, practical techniques, and organization where she teaches these techniques and interventions for people to develop skills and be self-reliant in managing PTSD as well as chronic stress.

Dr. Deb has been inspiring global audiences for over twenty years on innovation, success, stress management, PTSD, and mindfulness. Dr. Deb has received many awards and is globally recognized for her pioneering contributions from organizations such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, PsychCentral’s Top 21 to Follow on Twitter, University of Arizona School of Medicine, American Psychological Association, and Working Mother Media. She has appeared on The Brian Tracy Show, as well on NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX news.

Dr. Deb earned a doctorate in Organization Development from the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) and resides in the Twin Cities with her children and their rescue dog where she enjoys cooking, Major League Baseball, and collecting vintage non-fiction books

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