Would you like to learn a way to nurture your own resilience?
Want to increase your ability to respond to life situations instead of reacting?
Develop a new skill to relieve stress in the moment?
Interested in learning a way to comfort and soothe yourself in a safe and positive group?
The practice in the workshop will include self-havening which is applying gentle touch to our own faces, arms or palms of our hands along with using imagination to access a sense of safety, peace and calmness.
We will utilize practices informed by research on neuroplasticity of the brain and our ability to connect to positive states of being such as peaceful, calm and joyful. We will practice these modalities along with Havening Techniques for self soothing and building resilience.
We will cultivate our ability to connect with these positive states more quickly and frequently and to grow the amount of time we can stay connected to these positive states
Date: Thursday May 30th 6:30-8:00
Facilitator: Amy Mudd, LCSW
Amy Mudd, LCSW is a therapist and certified Havening Techniques practitioner who has 20 years of experience working with people living with trauma, anxiety, panic attacks and depression. She is an Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked in community based and hospital settings. Amy’s therapeutic style is gentle and focuses on client’s strengths. Amy’s primary purpose is to build a safe, compassionate and positive partnership with you so you can build skills you can practice in your daily life to build the kind of life you want to live.