Brain Chemistry & Brain Inflammation Module
Brain Chemistry & Brain Inflammation Module

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Learn How To Fill In The Missing Gaps From Childhood.


Let's fix what went wrong or was missed - Together!


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In the course you will learn:

Identify The Marks Of A Healthy Development

Learn the core needs and landmarks of a child's healthy development of the nervous system. Attachment and NeuroDevelopment are so intertwined and are crucial sensory experiences!

Address Your Development Gaps

Learn practical step-by-step solutions of restoring and reshaping the missing pieces of your Attachment and NeuroDevelopment needs. Imagine the ease of having some of your root needs finally met!

Break The Chain

No matter how hard we try not to, we pass on our own nervous system to our babies. Doing the work to restore our own nervous system will also enable us to pass this feeling of secure attachment on to our loved ones!

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We all have gaps from childhood

Many of our current problems — both in our health and behaviors — are really just symptoms of our attachment and neurodevelopment gaps from childhood. We don't just grow up and grow out of these unhealthy patterns. Time isn't enough to heal. Even in a healthy upbringing, we can still have gaps in our development!


Who Is This Course For?

The Take Charge of My Trauma™ Course is the equivalent course for the general public who are interested in the biology piece and how to help themselves. 

- Motivated individuals who have gone through the 21 Day Journey and have a foundational intellectual and experiential understanding of the nervous system and its 3 states.

- Someone who is ready to take charge of their trauma by addressing the biology that limits their capacity for health, presence and aliveness. 

Adoptive Parents

Anyone working with children in the foster care system


Anyone who recognizes a Biology of Trauma™ Pattern in their own life

What Past Students Have Experienced

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The Value & Cost of this Journey


Don’t Miss This Chance to Upgrade Your Skillset and Learn Tools and Techniques to Help Heal Your Body.

6 Chapter Topics

Each Chapter/Topic is valued at $250  (Curriculum, Lecture, and 1 Hour Live Q&A)

$250 x 6 = $1500 value

Weekly Study Groups

Focused time to study during online scheduled study groups.

$175 value

Learn From Home

This course is completely online. Learn on your own time in your own home.

Q&A with Dr. Aimie

A weekly LIVE group Q&A where Dr. Aimie will answer the questions you submit.

$350 value

Make Connections

Engage & connect with other course members online.


$550 value

Discounted 1:1 Support

You'll have the option to purchase 1 on 1 health coaching sessions at a discounted rate during your time in the module.

$150 value

On-going Access

Your access to this course continues after this module is over!  

 Dive Deep Into Attachment & Neurodevelopment 

and The Connection to the Biology of Trauma™!

In This Module We Will Cover:


Attachment Is Regulation: The Biology of Attachment


The Complete List of Needs Of Early Childhood



Brain Development and the Programming of Neural Circuits



Autonomic Nervous System Development and PolyVagal Theory


The Biology Causes for Sensitivity, Reactivity and Insecurity



NeuroDevelopment-Informed Attachment Models and How to Repair


Special Guest Speaker : Audra Snyder


Topic: Adoptive Parents on Trauma and  Attachment Disorders

Audra Snyder, an adoptive mother will join us to discuss her personal experiences adopting her son from the foster care system when he was 3 1/2 years old, discovering his attachment disorder and  the journey that her and her husband David went on to support their son, Austin.

She is going to share how she was able to learn the methods of rewiring his brain to help heal his trauma and how to best support herself, her husband and Austin.

Live April 8th @ 5pm PST

Special Guest Speaker : Dr. Darcia Narvaez

Topic: The Evolved Nest

Darcia Narvaez, is a Professor of Psychology Emerita at the University of Notre Dame. She is the founder of the public and professional educational outreach project The Evolved Nest Initiative whose nonprofit mission is to share her science research into developing appropriate baselines for lifelong human wellness by meeting the biological needs of infants.

This well-being baseline is imperative at this time as the United States ranks 41st out of 41 developed countries in public policies that support families.


Live April 13th @ 8:30am PST

Special Guest Speaker : Bette Lamont


Topic: Neurodevelopment Movement and  Reorganization

Bette Lamont is a lead NeuroDevelopmental Movement Practitioner. Her focus is on restoring the functions of the Central Nervous System's sensory and motor foundations, that provide the platform for the cognitive, creative, social and emotive cortex, with an emphasis on balanced, non-traumatizing parenting. The tools she uses come from long research and deep understanding of the Developmental Sequence, those movements, reflexes and sensory experiences that mature the brain.


Live April 22nd @ 9am PST

"I rarely meet people with whom I'm as much aligned as Bette Lamont,

with whom my work is so automatically aligned." Dr. Gabor Maté

Module Master Schedule

If you are unable to attend the LIVE lectures a recording will be provided to you.


Mon, April 4th at 5 pm PST :  Chapter 1 Lecture 

Wed, April 6th at 8:30 am PST : Study Group (Optional)

Wed, April 6th at 5:30 pm PST: Study Group (Optional) 

Thu, April 7th at 8 am PST: Chapter 2 Lecture

Fri, April 8th at 5pm PST: Q+A Chapter 1 with Guest Speaker: Audra Snyder  (Attachment Trauma)

Sat, April 9th at 8 am PST: Q+A Chapter 2 



Mon, April 11th at 9 am PST: Chapter 3 Lecture 

Wed, April 13th at 8:30 am PST: Guest Speaker: Dr. Darcia Narvaez (The Evolved Nest)

Wed, April 13th at 5:30 pm PST: Study Group (Optional) 

Thur, April 14th at 4 pm PST: Chapter 4 Lecture 

Fri, April 15th at 8 am PST: Q+A Chapter 3 

Sat, April 16th at 5 pm PST: Q+A Chapter 4 



Mon, April 18th at 5 pm PST: Chapter 5 Lecture 

Wed, April 20th at 8:30 am PST: Study Groups (Optional) 

Wed, April 20th 5:30 pm PST: Study Groups (Optional) 

Thur, April 21st at 8 am PST: Chapter 6 Lecture 

Fri, April 22nd at 9 am PST: Guest Speaker: Bette Lamont (Neurodevelopment Reorganization) 

Sat, April 23rd at 4 pm PST: Q+A Session Chapter 5

Sun, April 24th at 12:30 pm PST: Q+A Session Chapter 6

Who Is This Course NOT For?

- If you are not able to keep up with reading, lectures and need 1:1 support.  You need to be able to dedicate  4-6 hours a week to go through all of the course material and be ready for the exams during the 4th week.

-If you are a provider that believes you already have  all the answers. This course is to learn about a piece of the Biology Of Trauma.  

- If you are here to promote yourself rather than learn from others. This program strictly prohibits self-promotion.

-If you take things personally.  You will likely experience this course as a source of stress for you and additional support outside of class is not something that is available at this time. 

8 Modules Offered for Take Charge Of My Trauma™

These Modules can be taken in any order, as they are not sequential.

The Take Charge Of My Trauma™ Track does NOT result in certification. If you are wanting to become a Certified Biology Of Trauma™ Provider be sure to register for the certification track here.

Inflammation & Autoimmune Module


Attachment & Neurodevelopment  Module

Genetics, Epigenetic & Oxidative Stress Module

Digestive System & Gut Health Module


Brain Health In Trauma Module

Hormones, HPA Axis, Stress & Trauma Response Module.

Energy, Overwhelm & Freeze Module


Your Biology of Trauma™ 

Instructor, Dr. Aimie Apigian

Dr. Aimie is a double Board-Certified medical physician who specializes in trauma, attachment, addictions and addressing trauma on a cellular level. She earned her medical degree at Loma Linda University and has a Masters in Biochemistry as well as a Masters in Public Health. She trained for three years as a general surgeon before changing her career path.

In addition to her medical studies, Dr. Aimie has studied with and participated in Dr. Allan Schore’s Attachment Regulation Theory Study Group. She is a highly-trained somatic experiencing practitioner, trained in NeuroAffective Touch™, Internal Family Systems (Parts Work) and the Instinctual Trauma Response Model™. She continues to attend advanced trainings in Somatic Experiencing™ with Dr. Peter Levine and acts as an editor for Somatic Experiencing International.

She is not one to sit back and talk about problems.  She is a solution-focused action taker- always looking for ways to improve our current method and accelerate the healing journey back to our best health and our best selves.

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Medical Disclosure: The information and programs presented on or through this website are made available to equip you with knowledge and tools. All the material in this course are intended for educational purposes. This information nor any programs that are offered are (nor are a substitute for) medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For any physical or mental health issues, I recommend you work with a qualified health provider who will also support your desire to address the effects of trauma.