A vibrant exchange about the creation of emotional trauma, and the fear-laden and shame-filled inner world which form around it.
Discussion of how to define trauma, the trade-offs that come into play in the wake of traumatising events (and their roots in evolution), the difference between healing and curing trauma.
Introducing trauma-worlds and how they effect our daily lives.
Trauma impacts the body in a myriad of ways. It also leaves us cut off from our bodies. Healing trauma requires that we work directly with our bodies. Jungian analyst and authentic movement teacher, Tina Stromsted, shares her wisdom about this process.
Therapeutic practice can be enriched by incorporating the latest scientific research on attachment dynamics, trauma, and the neurobiology of emotion.
The survival system a child develops to protect him or herself from psychological wounding can cause more damage than the original wound.
Modern evolutionary thinking challenges the ideas that secure attachment is ‘normal’ and insecrue attachment is ‘abnormal’.