Restoring Inner Calm

Linda is a mental health clinician, storyteller, and educator who has had her own lived experiences of individual, collective, historical and cultural traumatization...and healing. She uses her background in trauma therapy, somatic therapies and yoga to guide others through steps that help you to recognize and safely release tension through resourcing the body. She believes in empowering others through education and skills, thereby igniting potential and fueling your innate desire to learn, to grow, to heal.

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Trauma Can Affect Families for Generations
Alaska Pulse

How to Heal the Emotional Trauma Stored in Your Body
Inspired Evolution with Amrit Sandhu

Feeling Safe
The Council with Charlie Pacello

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Certificate in Somatic Embodiment & Regulation Strategies

Fall 2021 - 12 Week Program

New: Pending CE Application Approval for NASW, NBCC, ANA, NCBTMB, and Yoga Alliance!

In this three part certification course, you will learn to recognize and safely release tension patterns of survival responses and learn strategies for managing the nervous system that can help us deal with anxiety, overthinking, emotional flooding, and overwhelm.

60 minutes | 12 Classes | 7PM ET | $240

Level I: Sept 20th, 27th, Oct 4th, 11th
Level II: Oct 18th, 25th, Nov 1st, 8th
Level III: Nov 15th, 22nd, 29th, Dec 6th

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A session from the Experiencing the Body Keeps the Score Workshop

Stuck in Survival: Somatic Experiments Towards Embodied Safeness

A special conference with Bessel van der Kolk, Licia Sky, Cathy Malchiodi, Dafna Lender, and Angelika Sadar.

In Linda's lecture, Stuck in Survival: Somatic Experiments Towards Embodied Safeness, participants learned how the cascade of tension and immobilization related to the ocular sympathetic/collapsed parasympathetic response can be addressed to facilitate enhanced treatment outcomes, including capacity for bottom-up self-regulation, expanded window of tolerance, and interoceptive awareness.

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