Workshops happening through The Healing House of Saint Paul.
Complex and Acute Trauma: Understanding a Spiritual and Neurological Approach
Laure will show a link between previous unresolved trauma and its symptoms, to how clients behave in relationship. Specifically, how attachment trauma interferes with early brain development and one's sens of safety in the body, mind, and spirit. Learn
how a spiritual and neurological therapeutic approach promotes re-establishing the client's sense of trust in her/himself and how they experience others and the world.
When: Friday, May 11, 2018, 9 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Adler Graduate School, Richfield, MN
To Register: http://alfredadler.edu/events
6 CEUs available
Laure Schwartz, MA, LPC, is a Psychotherapist and Spiritual Director and also incorporates somatic experiencing in her work. She will be leading a day long workshop on discovering the creative process and how to use it for life's direction. We are all meant to create and we feel best when we are answering to that lure. Create the life you want!
Learn the difference between fixing yourself, your situation or relationships and move into creating what you want in your life.
Learn the specifics of the creative process and how we can, at times, sabotage it.
Discover deep desires through the creative process. Only when w know our deepest desires will we naturally move toward them.
Learn about Liminal Space: the place between what was and what is waiting to happen ....
To read more about the workshop and what participants have gained, click here.
Day/Time: 2019, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: McIver Center, The Retreat, 1221 Wayzata Blvd. E., Wayzata, MN 55391
Cost: $125 includes program, materials, lunch and snacks, and a gorgeous location
Registration requires a $50 deposit, refundable up to 1 week in advance of event. Click here to register.
Our Deepest Knowing: Reconnecting to the Soul after trauma
Laure Schwartz, MA, LPC, is Psychotherapist and Spiritual Director and also incorporates somatic experiencing. She will be leading a 3 hour workshop for curious clients and clinicians who want to learn more about this integrative approach to healing trauma. Complex and acute trauma can temporarily leave us feeling disconnected from our own inner wisdom, the Soul.
Participants will ...
- learn the spiritual, mental, and physical symptoms of unresolved trauma and the beliefs implemented to self-guard against future trauma.
- learn how negative beliefs about self, others, and the world become implemented especially in early attachment development and trauma.
- learn how discovering and trusting one's truest nature and deepest knowing is key to changing incongruent behavior.
- experience a live demonstration of an integrative approach using body, mind, and spirit.
When: Fall, 2018 (date to be determined) 1:00 - 4:00
Location: Highland Park Library
CEUs: 3 LPC, LPCC, LMFT
To Register: click here