For individuals with previous Hakomi training.
Continuing Education, Professional Development, and Community Events for students and graduates.
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Tending to one’s innate body wisdom is essential both for personal wellbeing and for sustaining the complexity of trauma recovery. The healing journey from trauma is multidimensional, as it touches the individual, collective to the historical experience. Learning how we have been shaped by the various trauma systems somatically is a critical component to self-healing. We can meet this complexity by allying with our own nervous system through the moving-sensing non-verbal realm.
“Disavowed and undervalued parts” are those parts of us that we try to ignore, suppress, or hide from ourselves.
In this workshop, we will learn how to work skillfully with disavowed and undervalued parts. This will take us on a group journey of facing this very present phenomenon (in its many forms), learning how to frame it skillfully with clients, working with accompanying shame systems, and providing corrective experiences for clients.