Are you a healer?
Have you had experiences with clients where you feel like something is missing in the session or their mental or emotional responses were beyond your scope of practice?
Do you want to deepen your capacity to support a client’s ability to relax, decrease stress, and positively transform their lives for the better?
Offering safety is the key.
March 21st 6:30 - 9:00 pm
with Sarah Seely
“Trauma” is very "up" for many people these days and no wonder - with 24-hour access to news cycles, we are more easily able to witness violence, oppression, and economic disparities all over the world, which can be extremely triggering. Chances are, some of your clients are trauma survivors.
Trauma survivors may not be fully aware of how their experiences have impacted their lives - but trauma does change how they regulate their thoughts and feelings, as well as their ability to care for themselves emotionally and psychologically. Understanding trauma and its impacts on the emotional and mental wellbeing of your clients is now more important than ever.
Join other healers, bodyworkers, and caregivers for this important workshop and conversation.
We will discuss :
What is trauma and how to address it in the healing space.
The symptoms and effects of traumatic experiences.
The six key principles for offering trauma-informed care.
How to create space that is safe for those impacted by trauma.
How to handle catharsis and intense emotional responses to healing work.
You will learn :
Regulation techniques you can offer your clients for soothing overstimulated nervous systems.
Easy adjustments you can make to your practice.
Hands on healing techniques.
Self-care strategies for yourself when working with trauma survivors.
Exchange : $50
Note: This workshop is designed to be most impactful for practitioners of the spiritual or healing arts, but is also open to group fitness instructors, caregivers, social workers, teachers, and anyone else interested in learning about how to offer safe space and healing for those impacted by trauma. Please bring a journal and pen with you to class.
Email Sarah at email@example.com with any questions or for more information.