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Free Webinar: Roadblocks to Healing: How Past Traumas Affect Your Physiology

Ashley Woods, MD and Brian Hooper, M.DIv., Psy.D.

Monday, July 10th at 2:00PM CST

Webinar Information
Is your body’s emergency alert system stuck?

Remember that loud TV emergency alert system that would go off back in the day and make you nearly jump out of your seat? Your body’s trauma response is a lot like that. It’s set up to alert your body to impending danger, flooding it with hormones like adrenaline and cortisol, which prepare your body for action. 

But in the case of trauma, this response can be overwhelming and long-lasting, leading to a host of effects in your body. Hypervigilance, changes in your nervous system, immune system dysfunction, chronic pain, sleep disturbances, and hormonal imbalances are just a few of the  changes that occur as a result of trauma.

Because of these physiological changes, past trauma can really have an impact on our health both in the short- and long-term. Past trauma creates roadblocks to healing and causes people to remain stuck in their journey despite doing all the right things to get well. 

MaxWell Clinic’s Dr. Ashley Woods and Nashville’s own transformative psychotherapist Dr. Brian Hooper are both passionate about helping people become the fullest versions of themselves. Join them in this webinar as they explore what you need to know about trauma and the body:

  • Learn what types of experiences can be considered trauma
  • Find out how trauma is experienced in our bodies
  • Discover how these stuck patterns of trauma actually create roadblocks to healing
  • Learn what you can do to help process trauma for better health


Have you been doing all the “right things” yet remain stuck in your healing journey?

Uncovering the mind-body connection of past trauma may be the key to your physical healing. Join the free webinar to get started on your path today! 

About the Speakers
Ashley Woods, MD
Clinician, MaxWell Clinic

Dr. Ashley Woods, MD, a board-certified Family Medicine physician, brings a passion for integrative and functional medicine to her role at MaxWell Clinic. With extensive clinical training and experience, Dr. Woods strives to go beyond traditional medicine by focusing on her patients’ overall well-being. She believes in the body’s innate capacity to heal when provided with the right environment, nutrition, support, and tools. Dr. Woods is particularly interested in nutrition, fitness, and preventive medicine, and has worked as a health coach, empowering individuals and communities to make positive lifestyle changes for improved health and vitality.

Brian Hooper, M.DIv., Psy.D.
Licensed Psychotherapist

Dr. Brian Hooper is a licensed psychotherapist in the State of Tennessee, specializing in working with motivated individuals and couples who are committed to achieving reconciliation, healing, and growth in wholeness. With a diverse educational background, he holds a Master of Divinity degree in applied theology from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis Missouri, as well as combined Master of Science and Doctor of Psychology degrees from California Coast University, Santa Ana, California. Additionally, Dr. Hooper is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional through the International Association of Trauma Professionals. Driven by a passion for guiding individuals towards transformative change, Dr. Brian Hooper empowers his clients to embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

About MaxWell Clinic
Celebrating our 20th year!

In 2003 Dr. Haase founded the MaxWell Clinic as a living laboratory to explore the question “What Creates Health?” and it has grown into a 12,000 sq ft facility in Brentwood, TN, with many clinicians working together using a full spectrum of investigations and interventions. He and his remarkable team are dedicated to innovation in the fields of longevity, nutrition, genomics, systems biology, apheresis, and brain optimization so that each patient can lead healthier and happier lives.

Uncovering the mind-body connection of past trauma may be the key to your physical healing.
Join the webinar to find out how.
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Learn what you can do to help process trauma for better health.

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We’ll email you the Zoom webinar link to use the day of the webinar. However, we recommend downloading the zoom application before the scheduled webinar time for a more seamless experience.

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Click on the Zoom webinar link at the scheduled webinar time. Can’t make the live event? Don’t worry! We’ll mail you the replay a few days later.