Tapping into sensations and the body-wisdom to facilitate healing and promote consciousness
At The Cutting Edge Of The Psychotherapeutic Field
The study of profound healing and change has led to many new schools of psychotherapeutic intervention that view the body, mind, and emotions as an integrated system. Techniques that tap the sensations in the body, facilitating the intrinsic orientation towards healing and growth held in the sensations to emerge and prevail, results in profound change. Teaching clients how to become friendly with the work of the sensations promotes wellbeing.
Whole Brain Processing Involves More Than Words
Indeed, we understand now that the wiring of most of the symptoms we deal with in psychotherapy, such as panic, anxiety, depression, rage, PTSD, is held in the right side of the brain. The right side of the brain doesn’t process in words, so talk-therapy can give you an understanding of your issues, but only in using sensations, images, or emotions, can the issues actually be processed into healing.
For the Novice & the Seasoned
This is a fabulous introduction into the art & principals of mind-body healing for the psychotherapist new to partnering with the body wisdom in healing work, and a profound integrative experience for the therapist already using mind-body healing techniques.
Thursday, Aug. 27, 6-10p Stamford
Location address sent on registration. Fee: $85.
Sandra Eagle, LCSW, is a psychotherapist with 40 years experience working with children and families, practicing in Greenwich CT. In her practice and in her workshops, Sandra combines transformational techniques from the psychotherapeutic and consciousness traditions, that tap into the body’s intrinsic orientation towards healing and growth.
Register here or by email Sandra@sandraeagle.com or by phone 203-550-2111