In this three part, 12-session certification course, you will learn to recognize and safely resource the tension patterns of these survival responses. This course provides strategies for managing the nervous system that can help us deal with anxiety, overthinking, emotional flooding, and being overwhelmed.
CLASS 9 - JUNE 7TH
Beyond the childhood, the adulthood. Beyond the child, the family
CLASS 10 - JUNE 14TH
The truncated attachment cry
In order to survive, many of us needed to be silent. Trauma recovery involves reconnecting to our capacity for vocalization in an embodied way. This class will explore:
CLASS 11 - JUNE 21ST
Actions of attachment
In order to maintain a connection with the caregivers in our early lives, many of us had to learn to inhibit or have fearful relationships to certain developmental actions of attachment - reaching, grasping, pulling and having.
These actions of attachment form the basis for embodied asking, receiving, giving and letting go that underscore our relationships
CLASS 12 - JUNE 28TH
Actions of nourishment
In order to not let in unpleasant experiences and/or survive toxic environments, many of us needed to create a “nourishment barrier”. This nourishment barrier can also prevent us from letting in the good stuff: acknowledgement from others, kindness, safeness, opportunities for engagement and reciprocity.
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