4 hour CEU experiential class for professionals.
You are invited to join us in
- Lifting moods through story telling and body oriented therapy
- Weaving developmental theories with experiential techniques
Participants will learn:
- How to use action techniques to confront self blame
- Simple Yoga poses and breathing patterns to affect self esteem
- Identify core issue of Shame
This course integrates Psychodrama, Yoga and Developmental Theories as a way to work with clients. Specifically in this workshop; the issue of Shame and Self Blame in Trauma treatment. Yoga philosophy, Asana and Pranayama practices affect the biological functioning of muscle, neurotransmitter and hormonal reactions, re-generative brain functions and movements in the energetic systems. Psychodrama teaches clients how to become and understand the objects that appear in the thought-forms of shame; clarifying the dual action of then & there with here & now. This experiential approach helps to identify and explore various “role parts”, “subpersonalities”, or “Inner characters”. For Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Addiction Counselors and Family Therapists.
Learn ways to affectively move your clients mind, body and self-parts to a more cohesive whole.
Please bring notebook, water, and comfortable clothing and be ready to move and explore.