Recovering from Trauma Step 1--Breathe, Listen and Safely Relax

Start Date
Recorded :
Wed Jun 27 at 07:45 pm EDT
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Subject Area:
Meets For
Meets For:
1Session(s)
Languages
Language:
English
Free Public
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About This Class
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Language
English
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Description
This class is for anyone who has experienced trauma. We will use a mind-body approach that draws on imagery, guided meditation, movement and positive cognitive psychology to help people experiencing trauma to take the necessary steps to safely reach a state of relaxed, focused awareness so that the body's nervous system is more receptive to change and so that old wounds (physical and emotional) can heal more readily.
Pre-requisites
None except a willingness to explore one's interior through imagery.
Additional Information
It is helpful to do this session in a private, quiet place so that you are not interrupted and so that you can close your eyes or even lie down for part of the session. There will be a brief movement session as well. No special clothing or equipment is necessary. You will want to be able to stand up and move with a couple of feet of open space around you if possible. Afterwards, it is ideal to take 10-15 minutes of quiet time on your own to review insights and plan how you will use them in ...See All
Class Details and Calendar
Class Details
  • Recorded :
    Wed Jun 27 at 07:45 pm EDT
  • Total :
    1 Session(s)
  • Remaining :
    0 Session(s)
  • Max attendees :
    400
  • Currently Enrolled
    78
Class Schedule
Session Name
Start Date
Recovering from Trauma
75 Minute Session
Wed Jun 27 at 06:30 pm EDT
About Creator
I am a former anthropologist turned MD--now using integrative medicine focused on Mind-Body approaches. I work with people not only to understand and improve their physical health and state-of-mind, but perhaps even more importantly, this work helps people to find or refine their bigger story: What really matters to them? What do they want to do with their time and energy? There is always some level of healing to come from this work, no matter how serious the illness or how bad the burn out. Where a person is open to learning, he or she will grow--often in unexpected ways.
Learners Enrolled
1 Learners