healing has its own intelligence

A Yogic Perspective on the Natural Intelligence of Healing

Comment(s) June 4, 2015

A Yogic Perspective on the Natural Intelligence of Healing An Interview with Kristin Laak In the last few decades, our country is increasingly accepting of the wisdom that trauma lands not solely in the mind, yet may also permeate throughout the entire physical body – and for some, create a wound on the soul. For […]Read More

EMDR Therapy and the Healing of Trauma

EMDR Therapy and the Healing of Trauma Teleseminar

Comment(s) April 9, 2015

EMDR Therapy and the Healing of Trauma Teleseminar “What I love about EMDR Therapy is that the client can truly verbalize as much or as little of the details as they feel they need to within the flow of EMDR. This happens because EMDR helps to reprocess other facets of a person’s experience other than […]Read More

Integrated Trauma Healing with EMDR Therapy

Integrated Trauma Healing with EMDR Therapy

Comment(s) April 4, 2015

Integrated Trauma Healing with EMDR Therapy An Interview with Dr. Jamie Marich Introduction by Molly Boeder Harris An ever increasing number of sexual violence and trauma survivors are exploring the use of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy to assist in their healing and resolution of trauma and its collateral impacts on the body, mind […]Read More

Core Elements of Traumatic Response

Core Elements of Traumatic Response: Understanding How People are Affected by Trauma Teleseminar

Comment(s) March 26, 2015

Core Elements of Traumatic Response: Understanding How People are Affected by Trauma Teleseminar Core Elements of Traumatic Response: Understanding How People are Affected by Trauma is a teleseminar hosted by TBN member, Tovah Means, as is part of our ongoing series of educational trainings available online. They are designed to enhance trauma-informed care for healing arts practitioners, empower […]Read More

Cycles of Healing Part II

Cycles of Healing through the Lens of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Parenting – Part II

Comment(s) March 12, 2015

Cycles of Healing through the Lens of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Parenting – Part II Introduction by Molly Boeder Harris As the experience of pregnancy, labor, birth and parenthood can in and of itself be destabilizing to a person’s identity, their connection to their body and sexuality, it seems clear that additional support for a survivor traveling this path […]Read More

Beyond Language

Beyond Language – Healing Techniques that Don’t Require Telling Your Story

Comment(s) February 23, 2015

Beyond Language – Healing Techniques that Don’t Require Telling Your Story “The work of the eyes is done. Go now and do the heart-work on the images imprisoned within you.” ~Rainer Maria Rilke The pervasive nature of sexual violence can require, for many survivors, an intentional, consistent and multi-layered practice of healing. A variety of entry points […]Read More

Sexual Healing After Trauma

Sexual Healing After Trauma

Comment(s) February 21, 2015

Sexual Healing After Trauma Guest Post by Mary Reid Bogue “So why choose to reclaim sex…The path of reclaiming the wounded erotic is neither placid nor boring. It is full of dizzying precipices, heady moments of release, crushing assaults of shame. But at its core is the real fire we are all after, that blazing […]Read More

Cycles of Healing through the Lens of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Parenting

Cycles of Healing through the Lens of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Parenting – Part I

Comment(s) February 5, 2015

Cycles of Healing through the Lens of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Parenting – Part I Introduction by Molly Boeder Harris The journey to heal after sexual violence is a non-linear process and survivors may navigate a ever-evolving relationship with their trauma history for years, decades, and sometimes, throughout their whole lifespan. One of the realms which can be challenging for survivors is […]Read More

Shake Off the Shame

Shake Off the Shame Teleseminar

Comment(s) January 23, 2015

Shake Off the Shame Teleseminar “I bring to the table a passionate belief that my clients do not have to remain trapped or confronted daily by the thoughts or behaviors that result from abuse. Through my own journey of recovery from sexual abuse, I have gained insight and understanding about what it takes to overcome […]Read More

creating physical and emotional boundaries in yoga - shedding light on the yoga flip chip

Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar

Comment(s) January 5, 2015

Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar In this live interview, “Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar” The Breathe Network spoke with Nina Jackson, the creator of the Yoga Flip-Chip and Alexis Marbach, a trauma-informed yoga instructor and Flip Chip Ambassador, about the inspiration behind this innovative tool and its usefulness for enhancing both […]Read More

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