Do you want to bring more connection and attunement into your relationships?

Use these skills online or In-PERSON

Polyvagal Co-Regulation and Embodiment Skills For Therapists

A Morning Workshop for Practitioners
Saturday, March 4, 2023 9:30am to 12:30pm EST

Price: $45.00

Connection Matters!
Deepen your relating skills using fun, easy
Body Up! Co-Regulation practices.

We will cover basic polyvagal theory and skills and practices that help you drop into your body, feel more connected with others and start co-regulating, from the body up. 

This work integrates new information from interpersonal neurobiology with established somatic practices including Somatic Experiencing, Bodynamics, and Kundalini Yoga. We can have embodied connection with each other even with physical distancing or online. Embodied resonance and attunement nurture our nervous systems, our immune systems and our mental health. Embodied relating is nourishing whether we can touch or not.

Practice exercises you can use with clients right away. 

Learn how to introduce the exercises to appropriate clients.

Avoid Burnout! Expand your capacity for embodied relating.

The Four Skills for
Embodiment Around Others:

Find Home in Your Core
Use Boundary Muscles and Gestures in Relational Space 
Give the Body a Voice
Track Self and Other in Real Time
 

Come learn exercises to assess and deepen each of these skills. They are key elements of authentic, meaningful relating. You can feel more alive, collaborative and connected.

Beth Dennison

MA in MFT, MEd, LMT, SEP
Beth brings 50 years of teaching, psychotherapy, bodywork and study of neuroscience, including Polyvagal theory, to designing learning experiences that rewire our brains for connection and co-regulation. She models the embodiment she teaches. 

Her groundbreaking book on Body Up! Co-Regulation provides a much needed remedy to the disconnection and dysregulation that pervade modern culture. She developed Body Up! Co-Regulation to rewire our nervous systems for peer relationships. We need to trust peer relationships if we are to get off of the hierarchical ladder of oppression.

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