Understanding Trauma by understanding about the learning brain and the survival brain to reframe how people without and with trauma perceive and process information from the outside world. I started looking into this as I had experienced some difficulties in my skateboarding journey while learning as I wasn't able to have a good focus in my sessions in the past, I came across this video explaining about my 'survival' brain (C-PTSD) and it made a lot of sense on why I was facing those mental challenges + blocks. I'm slowly retraining my brain out of the survival brain mode and it's a lot of work but it's progressing. I hope this video can help you understand another why yourself or another person can't learn or perceive the world around them due to their history or mental health condition(s).
A video by Dr. Jacob Ham... a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, researcher in psychotherapy and epigenetics, and trainer in traumatic stress. He is an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Director of the Center for Child Trauma and Resilience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. See more of his work on his website and Youtube channel.