Elizabeth’s trauma-informed approach emphasizes the connection between trauma, psychology and mediation. This has been the core of Elizabeth’s work. Her award-winning insights on dealing with “face” and “ego” issues in conflict resolution have won her high praise in both the psychology and conflict resolution/legal communities.
In a recent article, Elizabeth has clarified the neurobiological links between issues of “face,” ego and self-identity in mediation and fight and flight responses (traumatic responses) to conflict. This ground-breaking work connects the psychology of interpersonal conflict with the work of Peter Levine and Stephen Porges, among others.
Currently, Elizabeth’s work centers on sharing her reflections on the relationship between spirituality, psychology, trauma and mediation. Her writings can be found in various journals and books and on this website.
For more on Elizabeth and her work, please go here. Copies of Elizabeth’s articles can be found here. A video of Elizabeth speaking on her work at a Science and Nonduality Conference can be viewed below.