Our guest today on the podcast is Dr. Marti Glenn, PhD, the Clinical Director of Ryzio Institute who emphasizes the integration of the latest research in a number of fields such as: Epigenetics, Polyvagal Theory, neuroscience, attachment, pre- and perinatal psychology, and trauma..
In this episode, we will cover:
- what was learned from the ACE Study what it means to the physical & emotional health of your children
- how your own early adverse childhood experiences could be influencing how you parent your child
- the concept of “neuroception” and what questions your baby is asking of every environment to determine whether they are safe or not
Resources mentioned in the conversation:
- Dr. Marti Glenn website: https://ryzio.com/marti-glenn/
- link to to read about the ACE Study
- link to learn more about your own ACE score and resilience survey
About Dr. Marti Glenn:
Marti Glenn, PhD, is the Clinical Director of Ryzio Institute, offering professional trainings and intensive retreats to help adults heal adverse childhood experiences and trauma.
An award winning and pioneering psychotherapist and educator, Marti is founding president of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute. SBGI is known for its graduate degrees in prenatal and perinatal psychology, somatic psychology and clinical psychology.
In her clinical work and trainings, Marti emphasizes the integration of the latest research in a number of fields such as: Epigenetics, Polyvagal Theory, neuroscience, attachment, pre- and perinatal psychology, and trauma. She has produced a number of conferences relating to prenatal and birth issues.
And, she co-produced the broadcast quality documentary, Trauma, Brain and Relationship: Helping Children Heal with Daniel Siegel and Bruce Perry. She has appeared in such documentary films as What Babies Want; What Babies Know; Reducing Infant Mortality and Improving the Health of Babies.
She is the recent recipient of the Verny Lifetime Achievement Award in Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health. Marti is a frequent speaker at conferences worldwide.
She lives in Santa Barbara, California and enjoys working with her husband Ken in their Ryzio retreats. Outside of work, her greatest passion is being with her grandchildren.