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Dr. Brandee Goedecke-Shilling holds both a Masters and Doctorate degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, California. We sit down to chat about her rise to success, the highs and lows, and how struggle shapes our lives. 

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1 - Introduction to community acupuncture

6 - How did Dr. Brandee first encounter acupuncture

9 - Coming to Denver and starting a clinic

11 - Specialties: pain, hospice, cancer and recovery

13 - Fear of the death and dying process

15 - NADA points of the ear

17 - ya’ll. This story. One word. Tupuc.

20 - Trauma and the book The Body Keeps The Score by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

23 - How trauma affects us both in mind and body

25 - Pain, depression and anxiety; the three that keep us in a trauma cycle

28 - Walking our patients through trauma recovery

31 - Coping with our emotions

34 - Emotion wheel

36 - Brene Brown

38 - Trauma stays alive in our body

39 - Reframing our emotions

40 - Meditation and changing our behaviour patterns

47 - Kiiko Matsumoto and Lonny Jarrett

49 - Dr Brandee and Dr. Lauren share their emotion check in process

52 - “You are already whole, you are already healed, you are already one.”

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