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Sep 10 2020

Taiwan
Brain In Action: The Neurobiology of Trauma

People who have experienced traumatic events can have signi cant chang- es in the neurobiology of their brain. The right brain holds emotions, relationship information, and unprocessed trauma, often in the form of ashbacks, body memories, intrusive thoughts and dissociated feelings. It is always turned on by an overactive amygdala. The left brain’s coherent function, which provides meaning to stay in the here and now, is interrupt- ed by stress hormones as the result of danger signals from the amygdala.

Participants will learn to use the Body Double (bd) intervention to work with the energetic body and the ‘rhythmic rupture’ it su ers, along with the physical body and the brain, due to traumatic events. The brain-in-ac- tion, along with attachment structures, are taught through demonstration and live supervised practice and can be used immediately following the workshop in individual, couples and family therapy, as well as by educa- tors and community organizers. This workshop expands the repertoire of students and practitioners of emdr, eft, sensory motor integration, as well as drama therapy and psychodrama.

More information & to register email: a0916122249@gmail.com

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Sep 10 2020

New York,NY
Led by: Nan Nally-Seif, LCSW, TEP
Interview is required to join. Interview is done virtually.

Thursday Weekly Group (meets virtually from 5:30pm-7:30pm)

This ongoing psychodrama group meets three times a month on Thursdays. It is an ongoing personal growth and training group for men and women. This group will use psychodramatic techniques and expressive therapies to explore issues of personal development. Dealing with uncomfortable feelings, issues of trust, shame, relationships, intimacy and career decisions are among the topics that will be explored. We will look at behaviors that prevent us from being free to live our lives fully.

Phone: 917-584-1136

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