Our brains are always looking out for us. They’re wired to help us survive – alerting us to threats and ramping up our amygdala to help us take action.
But that same survival trigger makes healing from trauma difficult, says Pat Ogden, PhD. In fact, the very systems that are designed to keep us safe can actually stimulate trauma over and over again.
Knowing how to interrupt this cycle is key to healing trauma, and Pat will show us how this Wednesday.
Here’s a preview clip – I think you’ll find it fascinating, even if you’re not working with trauma. It’s only 3 minutes long, so please check it out.
In this webinar, Pat will explain the power of the brain-body link, and why we need to listen to the body while working with clients.
She’ll also share some mindfulness practices for healing the brain after trauma, and explain why sometimes talking isn’t enough.
So please join us on Wednesday evening. This call will be really special, especially if you’re working with anyone who struggles with the effects of trauma.
This webinar is free to watch at the time of broadcast. Please click here to sign up.
How do you work with trauma in your practice? Are there “go-to” solutions you use? Are they effective for your clients? Share your thoughts in the comments below.