Thursday, October 28, 2021 @ 7 pm – 8:30 pm ET
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Post-Trauma Growth: MindBody Work for Transitioning through Trauma
Perhaps because Western culture is so identified with cognition, it seems surprising to learn that trauma therapy need not be led by the recall of past traumas or the body sensations associated with that recall. The focus on regulation and the “window of tolerance” has begun a different focus — but not a fundamentally different solution. The simple reality is that as humans we grow from support. In part, this means that the repeated and relational experience of wholesome human pleasure is the primary pathway of neural retuning. Join Steve Hoskinson at the intersection of contemplative practice, somatic psychology, and complexity science to experience the ready emergence of Post-Trauma Growth for yourself and those in your care.
This talk will be live and interactive — and participants will receive practices they can use for themselves, their classes and clients.
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Steven Hoskinson has taught and trained thousands of trauma therapists worldwide for over 20 years. He has presented keynote addresses and workshops at international trauma conferences and teaches somatic psychology at the graduate level. Steve founded Organic Intelligence® (OI) to provide a global online platform for professional training and personal support in Post-Trauma Growth. He developed the courses comprising the OI “Trauma Safe Trajectory”, including the End of Trauma Course, and hosts the End of Trauma Podcast. Having established OI organizationally, Steve’s focus is returning to mentoring, teaching, training and meditating.