Restoring Peace: Somatic Experiencing Trauma Group
Somatic Experiencing® (SE) is a body-oriented approach to the healing of trauma and other stress disorders. The SE approach releases traumatic shock, which is key to transforming PTSD and the wounds of emotional and early developmental attachment trauma.
This is a closed and ongoing group that will support its members in resolving traumatic symptoms such as anxiety, depression, numbness, unresolved anger, hypervigilance, flashbacks, rigidity, sleep problems and more. As a result of addressing these concerns in the group, participants can expect to experience improved relationship with self and others, an expanded capacity to tolerate distress and a greater sense of aliveness.
Interested but want more information? Join the intensive.
This three-hour workshop is a prerequisite for Restoring Peace: Somatic Experiencing Trauma Group Psychotherapy and is designed to provide an overview of how acute and chronic stress and trauma affects the brain and how it can impact the quality of your life, mind, body and spiritual self.
· Learn the psychobiological basis for traumatic stress.
· Learn about the body’s survival strategies and its role in keeping you safe and stuck.
· Learn 3 skills to minimize and even shift the impact of trauma on your system.
· Understand how your unique response may be “normal” and create goals for developing greater resilience and aliveness.
· Meet the facilitator and learn if the ongoing group is right for you.
Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy Group
Based on the principles of Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy, this weekly group is intended for those interested in developing greater awareness and compassion, and may benefit from non-verbal processing and deepening their feeling of connection. Groups include gentle movement, breathing and meditation practices, adapted for concerns with depression, anxiety, body image and trauma. Groups also include a group verbal process portion and personal practiced development tailored to your goals. No experience with yoga is necessary.