Training Details

What Does Trauma Have to Do With Me? The Neuroscience of Empathy in Resolving Difficult Memories

Level(s)

All Levels

Topic

Other

Format

Online Training

Language

English

Trainers

Academy, NVC
Peyton, Sarah

Date and Time

Thu, Jun 7, 2018 — June 7 - July 26 5:00 - 6:30pmPDT — Pacific Daylight Time (GMT-7)

Details

Trauma is a big word, which is used so often that it can lose its meaning.
And it can seem so big that it does not apply to us.

But each of us are affected multiple times a day by the micro-freezes that result from recent and more distant events where we were helpless, alone, afraid, angry, unsupported or torn in too many directions to be able to move.

We can find these after-effects in:

  • Our overreactions
  • Our moments of freeze, confusion or bewilderment
  • Every triggered snap, contemptuous remark, or putdown
  • Moments of misattunement
  • Times when we are dismissed or when we dismiss others
  • The times we shift into strategy, instead of being able to stay in empathy
  • What we don't allow ourselves to express
  • When we can't see people as humans and we lose sight of their wholeness
  • All of our moments of stuckness               

Registration Investment

$260 - $408

Links

What Does Trauma Have to Do With Me? The Neuroscience of Empathy in Resolving Difficult Memories

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