Date(s) - 22/02/2020
Do you sometimes feel that you are not truly living your life? Is it passing you by?
Are you too overwhelmed with what you have to deal with on a daily basis?
Do you feel that there is no space for you?
Are you ‘over committed’ and with limited capacity to do the things that you were born to do?
Perhaps you don’t know what your life is about and feel disconnected from yourself? Are you overwhelmed with people’s needs and pain?
Did you know that you can change the way that you feel? There is a direct link between what you do with your body, that makes a difference with your nervous system. You can calm your stress.
You can create a sense of greater space and abundance, that time can stretch out so there is room for you.
Feelings of pressure and an ever tightening cycle of responsibility and demands are symptoms of trauma. These symptoms are simply symptoms and underneath that, there is a capacity in you to re-connect, to re-member who you truly are.
I can help you reach this space of greater spaciousness and resource so that your life force energy can return.
In this one day workshop I will help you to re-connect to the sacredness of your life through understanding how to regulate your nervous system. A dis-regulated nervous system is a result of a traumatic event or events in the past, or because of developmental trauma patterns that you may not even be aware of.
When you start to develop the skill of nervous system regulation you begin to have access again to a higher consciousness which allows you to re-connect to your own sacred journey of life.
Are you trauma informed?
Everyone is talking about trauma and yet we are confused about what it really is.
The important thing is that thanks to the ability of the brain to repair itself, trauma can be healed.
It is not necessary to dig up memories or re-experience past shocking events to heal.
In fact doing so can cause harm and re-traumatization. There are powerful and effective, approaches that we now have, thanks to cutting edge brain research and we don’t have to go back into painful experiences. Healing can even be fun!
Come to this one day workshop to learn more about this….
YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS HEALING WORK AND TEACHING ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE:
In a position of helping others as a carer, parent, teacher or therapist
If you sometimes feel out of your depth with your capacity to help them
Start out with the right intentions to help them but find yourself in a state or overwhelm, anger, confusion or resignation
Wondering how you can stay safe in what you are doing and be more effective whilst being in a therapy or caring role with others.
Wanting better, clearer results with your work?
This workshop will enable you to:
*Identify the causes of your overwhelm when working with others
*Show you how you might be triggered in relationship with the people that you help.
*Understand where you may have unresolved trauma in your own nervous system
*Feel surer and more confident in difficult situations with the people that you work with.
*Understand how acquiring trauma resolution skills will enhance your work
*You will learn that there are approaches that will enable you to handle your client’s emotional and difficult behaviour excellently.
Price is £95
Certification and Continued Professional Development:
If you are a health care practitioner or alternative therapist, continued professional development or CPD is an important aspect of your business. Please note that this workshop and the Healing Birth Wounds Workshop and the Trauma Training for Therapists may count towards CPD depending on your qualifying professional body. We set a standard of practice to enable you to develop and expand your skills.
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The larger vision:
As a trauma therapist of many years duration, I see that the quickest way forward to bring a change to the planet is to train others in trauma resolution skills. I am committed to helping significantly increase the impact and effectiveness of the work that you do.
To book this one day workshop or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org