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65. How Betrayal Trauma Affects the Brain with Dr Jake Porter

A deep neurobiological dive into trauma, triggers and trust.

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Season 3, episode 65
56 min / Published

Dr Jake Porter, Licensed Professional Counselor, and founder and president of Daring Ventures, joins me today for a rich and deep dive into the brain of a betrayed partner. Drawing on his vast expertise in relational neurobiology and attachment theory, Jake compellingly explains the following:

  • How betrayal trauma affects the brain
  • Why triggers can feel overwhelming
  • How you can begin to rebuild trust when your entire history feels like a lie.
  • Why healing happens in relationships
  • Why a full disclosure is essential
  • What is couple-centered recovery
  • How you and your partner can learn to co-regulate each other

 

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Fight For Love Website

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