Dr. Jorina Elbers is a pediatric neurologist and researcher with experience in persistent stress and trauma. She was lately an assistant professor at Stanford College and is at present the director for the Trauma Restoration Venture on the HeartMath Institute, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. She has created 5 trauma-sensitive applications, together with The Resilient Coronary heart, a trauma-sensitive HeartMath certification program for well being practitioners, and is an advisor for the implementation of trauma-informed care practices in Santa Cruz County.
As a neurologist, Dr. Elbers acknowledges how persistent stress or trauma may cause frequent medical signs (persistent complications, belly ache, dizziness, fatigue and so on.), and that conventional medical therapies are falling brief. She has a personal holistic, integrative neurology observe, and lives together with her husband and two sons in Santa Cruz.