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The Unconscious Mind: How to Transform Yourself
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
Transformation really happens on the unconscious level. People act the way they do because people learn how to be a certain way on an unconscious level. There can be no change if we don't begin to get at this at the UNCONSCIOUS level when the consciousness has NOT SHIFTED. What Does it Take to Make a Transformation? #1 Being Open To the Existence o...
Protect Your Peace This Holiday Season: 7 Mind ReMapping Tools to Help You Take Care Of Yourself Mentally & Emotionally
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
The holidays can be a time of connection, but they can also be a time of activation, trauma, and grief. For many, this is a time for interacting with family, and for others celebrating the holiday without a loved one for the first time. If dealing with family, it is typical that certain family dynamics will arise, and buttons will get pushed which ...
How NLP Improves Communication
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
Did you know that words represent only 7% of our communication? Most people think that they are communicating well if they're saying the right words, in the right way. While being conscious of our words is important, if you are depending on only words For communication, you are missing 93% of the picture. Furthermore, most people think of communica...
Is Lack of Psychological Safety Driving Away Your Best Talent?
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
In the ever-evolving landscape of modern workplaces, employee retention has become a paramount concern for organizations across industries. A key factor in determining whether employees stay, or leave is whether they feel safe in their environment. Most organizations focus on physical safety. However, an overlooked, often under-appreciated equally ...
The Complexity of Trauma
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
I saw a post in my feed today, and it said, "Sometimes it hurts too much to feel". The next post across my feed was about the "privilege of turning off one's feelings" followed by a "how dare you!" sentiment. I understand that this was meant for certain people in a certain context, however, one thing was clear. It doesn't take into consideration th...
How Neurolinguistic Programming Can Help Make Children More Resilient
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
If you have followed me for any length of time or watched any of my videos, you know that one of my primary messages is empowering emotional fluency and resilience in our young people. Having an 8-year son exposed to the language tools that I teach with NLP has shown me the enormous impact that these tools have on developing communication skills an...
Difference Between Trauma Aware, Trauma Sensitive, Trauma Informed, and Trauma Responsive: Understanding the Nuances
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
 When it comes to creating emotionally and psychologically safe and supportive environments for individuals who have experienced trauma, it's important to understand the lens of trauma. When talking about the trauma-informed journey, there are several terms that often come up: trauma-aware, trauma-sensitive, trauma-informed, and trauma-respons...
Why Organizations Need to Stop Ignoring the Topics of Trauma & Psychological Safety
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
If you can't see how trauma is showing up in your organization...between and staff, in day-to-day interactions with clients, in the communications with and between various identities, then your organization and leaders are operating in a major blind spot that is destroying the psychological safety of your culture and costing you productivity, creat...
Trauma Bonding and The Drama Triangle
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
There is a saying that my mom used to say growing up "what goes on in this house stays in this house." A similar saying followed me right into med school and residency called "leave your feelings at the door." And while it seemed like at some point in my life, I was great at compartmentalizing my feelings, what I later discovered is that I wasn't c...
A MAJOR Gap in Organizational Leadership Training, & Development: Knowledge About vs. Application of…
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
This week I've had two conversations with colleagues about a phenomenon that I've been noticing with organizations with whom I've been connecting. That is the gap between learning about and the application of… I have had more than a few conversations with leaders lately that often want to share with me the robust trainings they have provided for th...
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