Talk of trauma and the nervous system is on the rise in the coaching and personal development industry and on the one hand that’s great. More people becoming aware of trauma is what the world needs.
And, on the other hand, we want to make sure that if we are using words like trauma-informed that we are truly trauma-informed.
So let’s look at 3 key elements I’ve defined for a trauma-informed practitioner as well as some specific skills that are a foundational starting point for anyone working with trauma. I’ll also talk about how Embodied Healing Systems will help you learn and apply these elements and skills.
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This week I am talking to my client, Stephanie Rosenfield, Mom coach for moms who want to stop losing their shit and start enjoying motherhood! Steph is hilarious and has overcome so much in her life. Her commitment to her personal healing, growth and development is so inspiring. And, her deep passion for her incredible work is truly FELT!
In this episode we talk about:
What Steph has found most valuable about this nervous system work
What Steph found most surprising about this work
Self-Compassion as it relates to accepting the lasting impact of trauma
Integrating mindset work with body work to create a felt-sense of lasting change
Getting away from the “shoulds” and moving into acceptance when it comes to emotions
And lots more!
Enjoy the episode!
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This week on the podcast, I have some of the beautiful graduates of The School of Embodied Healing Systems here to share their experience of the 10-month practitioner training.
They talk about their expectations and their experience of the school, how what they’ve learned and experienced has transformed their businesses and lives, and how this work has led them to deeper clarity around their own unique, individual work!
Enjoy the episode.
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Usually after I practice my embodiment practice, I find that poetry flows so easily from me
As a child growing up in family dysfunction, writing was a lifeline.
Now, with years of healing and embodiment under my belt, I find that what comes out of me is the story of redemption, and holistic healing. It solidifies the integration of my story within me as a place of power where pain once held me hostage.
The experience of family pathology and dysfunction begins before we are conscious.
It begins in our imprinting, before we can speak and often before we can remember.
Generational patterns live within us as what Dr. Peter Levine calls “procedural memories”. While we can’t access the cognitive memory, the body knows what lies beneath. It tells the story through tears, trembling, anxiety, depression and other ailments that serve as messengers.
This poem is about how I really didn’t know I had a self. I grew up fractured and traumatized by a narcissistic mother...