Join us for a brief mindfulness practice offering a sense of loving presence, a foundation of the Hakomi Method.
We’ll share in 5-10 minutes of practice, share a bit about loving presence and Hakomi, and open up for reflections and questions.
This micro experience gives a felt sense of Hakomi and highlights what’s unique about the method.
Hakomi is a gentle yet powerful experiential psychotherapy that uses mindfulness and somatic interventions to heal attachment wounds and developmental trauma. Hakomi draws from general systems theory and body-centered therapies, and the method continues to evolve in response to ongoing discoveries in neuroscience, traumatology, attachment theory, and other related fields. While primarily a method of psychotherapy, Hakomi fits with many mind-body, educational, coaching, and wellness modalities.
Hakomi embraces Frieda Fromm Reichman’s belief that “the patient needs an experience, not an explanation.” Although sessions include talking, our experiential approach deepens therapy beyond insight and words to access the “blueprints” that shape our present-day experiences.
Parts of this workshop will be recorded during the presentation and turned off during any experiential group practices.
Faculty: Manuela Mischke-Reeds, MA, LMFT, Certified Hakomi Trainer