The Importance of Relationship: Layers of Support, Resources and Embodiment Webinar

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The Importance of Relationship: Layers of Support, Resources and Embodiment Webinar

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Learn how physiologic wiring necessitates connection, bonding, attachment and co-regulation. Practice simple exercises based in neuroscience, attachment theory, and polyvagal theory to prevent exhaustion, burnout and feelings of disempowerment and isolation. Discover ways to notice when you need support. Develop a list of internal and external resources.

Webinar 3 of 3 in the series Intro to Somatic Trauma Healing in Your Practice

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Take your work to a new level through key concepts in Somatic Prenatal and Perinatal Trauma Healing and Education - a relational, multi-disciplinary perspective founded in physiologic birth and the innate capacity to heal.

Explore ways to create and maintain support and safety, track birth patterns in your and your clients, and discover ways to be more embodied and resourced! Gain basic yet profound skills to apply in your practice. Understand autonomic nervous system physiology, trauma and the relationship to birth, and sense your own nervous system cycles and "window of presence."

  • Tune into your and your client's needs to navigate and resolve tension
  • Define birth patterns in order to shift current day patterns
  • Feel more resourced in your work and personal life
  • Experience more ease in practicing self-care
  • Learn body-oriented listening skills with simple mindfulness and centering practices

Audience: anyone who works with childbearing families, including: maternity and infant care providers, doulas, childbirth educators, lactation specialists, behavioral health practitioners, prenatal yoga teachers, perinatal support group facilitators, early childhood educators, and more.