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Matt's Playground - From Trauma to Resilience

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Transcript of Matt's Playground - From Trauma to Resilience

Curtis Miller

All
behavio
r is driven by
a desire for belonging
and significance
.

Misbehavior
is a
misunderstanding of how
to achieve belonging and
significance.
Jean Baker Miller
John Bowlby
Dr. Vivek Murthy
Alfred Adler
Attachment theory:
Children form their conceptions of relationships through their early experiences with primary caregivers - attachment figures. Sensitive and responsive care-giving engenders in children a sense of
self-worth.
Relational / Cultural Theory: Growth fostering
relationships are a central human necessity
and disconnections are the main source of psychological problems.
Isolation is
one of the most damaging human experiences
and is best treated by
reconnecting
with other people.
Former U.S. Surgeon General:
"We have thought of ourselves as an individualistic society. The data around loneliness tells us that we are interdependent creatures and that ultimately, we need each other."
"...prevent suicidal behavior by building and strengthening connectedness or social bonds within and among persons, families and communities."
Bessel Van Der Kolk
"Our culture teaches us to focus on personal uniqueness, but at a deeper level,
we barely exist as

individual organisms
."
Disconnected Generations
Subtle Mis-steps
Tribal to Hierarchy
Comfort vs Collective
Equality Messaging
Agricultural to Industrial
Economic Inequality
Independence = Success
Hyper specialization
Breakdown of Institution
Individualized morals, values & beliefs
Fear &
Suspicion
Abandoned - Separate World
RESILIENCE
Youth Ministry
Consumerism
Trauma Rewires the Brain
100%
with 5+ were prescribed anti-depressants
5x more likely
to be in a violent relationship
8x more likely
to be raped
less likely to succeed in school
(Adverse Childhood Experiences Study)
The Most Significant Threat to Public Health
A solution to a hidden problem
Kaiser Study: 17,421 Non-marginalized People
10 Categories of Trauma, ages 0-18
Common - MORE than 10 categories
Significant and Broad Health Impact
Brain Science
60% of genetic material
to brain cells
250,000 cells a minute:
100 billion in 40 areas
Synaptic Connections:
1000 trillion by 2 yrs.
15k per neuron,
more than stars
Experiences trigger connections
Connections form neural pathways (ruts)
Leaving the Survival Switch ON
Trauma Impact & Low Resilience Behavior
Dysregulated:

Attention, Behavior & Emotion
Perception of Danger
Self Image:

How I matter (or don't)
Social Skills:

Walls instead of connections
Academic Capacity
:
Can't now & don't want to later
Insecure Attachment:
Basic trust, Ability to delay gratification, Cause/effect thinking, Conscience development, Ability to handle stress, Relationship skills, Socialization, Concentration, Identity formation, Intellectual potential
Undue Attention
Misguided
Power
Revenge
Assumed
Inadequacy

Can't Stop Pedaling
S
P
O
N
G
E
S
Moshe Szyf
Epigenetics
Growing Resilience
LG Rats
To be the kind of person that can...
Zimbabwe Grandmas
Kauai Study -
Emmy Werner
Caring Adult Power
Trauma Response in Person
Mr. Miyagi
K
now Yourself
N
otice Others
O
ffer What You Have
T
ake What You Need
S
hare the Story
...Do What I Say
Top Card
1. Pick one to
send back
2. Pick your
second choice
to send back
Stress: The space between how life is and how you think it should be.
Rejection &
Hassles
Stress &
Pain
Humiliation &
Criticism
Meaninglessness &
Unimportance
Pleasing
Comfort
Control
Superiority
Coherence & Entrainment
Prefrontal Cortex
Mirror Neurons
The heart is 100,000 times stronger electrically and 5,000 time stronger magnetically than the brain
Chaos
Coherence
Sean's Boundary
Will's Challenge & Invitation
Resilience
Brain in Hand
Modeling
Invite & Challenge
Invisible Influence
Moving toward mutual respect
Your
Real
Capacity
*Two Lists
*Punishment - 32
*Solutions vs Consequences
Rewards - 32
*Curiosity - 33
*Mistaken Goal - 36
*Kind AND Firm - 33
*What & How Questions - 34
Asking vs Telling - 37
Empowering vs Enabling - 38
*Encouragement vs Praise - 35
*Continuum of Change
Juggling or Ball Toss
Kid Power
Yarn Knot
*Agreement and Follow Through - 39
*Teacher Helping Teacher - 40
4 Responses to Punishment
1. Resentment
2. Revenge
3. Rebellion
4. Retreat
- sneakiness
- reduced self-image
Feeling bad ≠ Doing Better
Solutions Are:
Related
Reasonable
Respectful
Helpful
CURIOSITY
29
27
25
24
17
14
13
7
P
R
A
C
T
I
C
E

POSITIVE DISCIPLINE
ASSOCIATION
Illustrating Connection
POVERTY
RACISM
MOVING
CHRONIC ILLNESS
WAR
NON-NATIVE
VIOLENCE
ACCIDENT
est. 2013
Suicide Prevention &
Youth Development Coalition

135 Organizations
Caring Adult Network (CAN)
Connected Community
Theory of Change:
Caring Adults and
community connectedness reduce unhealthy
behavior and outcomes by providing
belonging and significance.

BATTLE GROUND
WOLVES
in Yellowstone
ACES
2/3
HAVE
ONE
87%
OF THOSE
HAVE MORE
THAN ONE
4+ ACES=
32%
Experience: How the Brain Grows
Frequent experiences = strong connections
From 2 - 18, pruning eliminates 500 trillion connections
SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS
are either
excitatory
or
inhibitory
electrical or chemical communication
signals across tiny gaps between neural axons & dendrites
unintended consequences

out of our ignorance, we have created a paradigm about "how it is..."

Mental/emotional/behavioral (negative) outcomes are warnings of cultural missteps/ignorance...(also unintended consequences).

Cultural messages are overstimulating our kids. Lack of structure. Operating on different assumptions than older generations. Sense of abandonment (kids create a separate from adults world that reduces their resilience)

Adverse Childhood Experiences
S
P
O
N
G
E
S
6
9-13
13
Suicide Prevention Vision
"Several decades of research have shown that the promise and potential lifetime benefits of preventing mental, emotional and behavioral (MEB) disorders are greatest by focusing on young people."
"This report documents that an increasing number of mental, emotional, and behavioral problems in young people are in fact preventable."
"We propose a new emphasis on true prevention, which for the purposes of this report we define as occurring prior to the onset of disorder, as well as mental health promotion...an important and largely ignored approach toward building healthy development in all young people."
BOFs
Punks
41
26
32
32
5
5
5
9
9
9
16/17
26
Feelings p31
33
36
How did things change?
https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2018/01/16/former-surgeon-general-sounds-alarm-hidden-toll-loneliness/GweBtw1woQyll1Tl8CYpVL/story.html
14:15
WHY DISCONNECTED?
Helpful Responses
Who was your Caring Adult?
Who are you?
Laura
Diane
Let's Entrain
Headspace

Resilience in Nature
Knob Cone Pine
5
15
21
22-23
Agouti Mice
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