Dr. Carrie Griffin is an osteopathic family medicine physician and addiction medicine specialist with advanced training in maternal child and reproductive health. Dr. Carrie has been practicing obstetrics and addiction medicine where she became interested in trauma, which led her to training in NARM. Becoming a NARM Practitioner transformed her work and she now practices and teaches on trauma-informed care in medical settings.
Dr. Carrie shares her own healing journey and how that led her to do the work she does now. She also shares about the different ways NARM informs her work with people one on one in her private practice, as well as in the clinical medical visit setting. Her training in Complex Trauma supports the expanded range of her work including more recent training in psychedelic medicine for healing trauma.
About Dr. Carrie Griffin: Dr. Carrie Griffin is a board-certified osteopathic family medicine physician and addiction medicine specialist. She is fellowship-trained in maternal child and reproductive health. Since 2016 she has practiced obstetrics and addiction medicine. Her experiences with birth and substance use disorder in pregnancy led her to seek further education and training in trauma. She is studying the counseling practices of Somatic Experiencing and NARM and lectures on trauma-informed care in medical settings. Prior to medical school, she was a yoga teacher and therapist.
Her clinical interests are the intersection between body, mind, and soul and the infinite ways that transformation can occur. Her work centers on activating and witnessing the innate capacity for healing inherent in all beings and choosing the modalities best befitting the individual before her.
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