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Restoring Core Rhythmicity: A Movement Based Approach to Trauma

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Date(s) - 02/27/2015 - 03/01/2015
12:00am

Location
18 Springs

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A Movement Based Approach to Trauma

Amber Gray, MPH, MA, LPCC, BC-DMT, NCC
Feb. 27- March 1, 2015

(Friday Evening 6-9, Saturday 10 -5, Sunday 10 -4)

Cost: 275.00
18 Springs

2424 Reynolda Road

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Current research demonstrates that trauma reduces and disorganizes our body’s internal rhythmic coherence. In other words, we “lose our beat.”

Body, dance and movement based therapies are emerging as essential to the restorative process for trauma survivors. Many of the most widely cited researchers in the field now endorse the inclusion of non-verbal therapies in trauma treatment. Working with core rhythmicity is a creative, embodied and neuroscientifically supported way to do this.

This introductory polyvagal inspired playshop will balance theory with experiential learning to introduce participants to two core components of the Poto Mitan Trauma and Resiliency Framework: Resourcing and Core Rhythmicity. Poto Mitan translates as “Center Point or Post” It is strongly influenced by the powerful dance and rhythm-based healing traditions of Haiti as well as by Dr. Stephen Porge’s Polyvagal Theory. Through this framework, Amber integrates her study and practice of Somatic Psychology, Dance Movement Therapy, Body-Mind Centering, Continuum Movement, Developmental Psychology, Authentic Movement, mindfulness-based therapies, creative arts modalities and traditional healing practices.

This workshop is intended for healthcare providers such as medical professionals, psychotherapists, bodyworkers, yoga teachers and movement educators as well as anyone interested in developing greater somatic integration and resilience through movement.

This training qualifies for 14 ADTA (an NBCC provider) CEUs.