"Nervous system resiliency through community & collective flow states with simple tools from complex systems science!" Introductory workshops are valuable stand-alone experiences to learn and practice systemic-centered therapy joyfully. Join us for a fun week-end adventure!
Our purpose at NeuroSystemics is to help people heal, build social-emotional skills and compassionate communities to change ourselves and the world! NeuroSystemics offers an integrative scientific pathway to handle a range of conditions including trauma, depression, anxiety and addiction. We deliver high-quality integrative training for clinicians, therapists, community leaders, health practitioners to empower individuals & communities to embody CARE: Compassion, Awareness, Resiliency & Empowerment.
Objectives & Benefits of the Workshop
This Introductory Workshop will offer you:
Skills to up-regulate your nervous system: Experiential practices of nervous system embodiment and the integration of somatics in group work for deep healing.
Small group practice opportunities: You will have small dryads & triads to practice these skills, accompanied by professionally trained mentors.
Pedagogical maps & learning frameworks: Get an understanding of how somatic practices regulate the nervous system and the way relationships with others play an important role in this embodied regulation and trauma release.
Live demonstrations and opportunities for discussion.
A safe & compassionate community: at NeuroSystemics we walk our talk, and strive to co-create together a regulating social space to favour learning, connection and healing.
Trauma healing first and foremost occurs when we have choice, so all workshop activities are invitational. Join us for a week-end of fun with/without video, by participating or watching our proposed activities and volunteering/observing the group demo!
This Workshop: “Healing Relational Trauma”
Most therapy is about reducing symptoms and solving problems. At NeuroSystemics, we have a meta-framework for our therapeutic practice, which includes trauma-healing, symptom reduction and having a functional daily life. Yet, with our cutting-edge nervous system science and social neuro-psychology tools, we also deepen somatic embodiment, and practice feeling safe and belonging in groups.
This specific workshop is a unique opportunity to strengthen our individual resilience and see how being a part of a compassionate group empowers our capacity: from oneself to oneness. As a gentle and progressive pathway, we foster strong positive reinforcement techniques to build a resilient self, embody ourselves in a safe community providing doorways to higher nervous system functions, healing and belonging. Join us for a new and invigorating experience, TOGETHER!
February 25, 2022, Friday : 5:30-8pm CET (8:30am-11:00am PST)
February 26, 2022, Saturday: 5:30-8pm CET (8:30am-11:00am PST)
February 27, 2022, Sunday: 5:30-8pm CET (8:30am-11:00am PST)
€50. If you cannot afford this amount, please make a donation of your choice through the link on the webpage, and write in the comments that it is to register for this “CARE Training Introductory Workshop:”Healing Relational Trauma.” We CARE
Event Page: https://neurosystemics.org/simple-event/care-online-training-introductory-workshop-healing-relational-trauma/
Boaz B. Feldman, Faculty
Boaz is a practical visionary, an experienced psychologist, contemplative and therapist trainer acting for worldwide positive change. He has worked in numerous humanitarian contexts, trained in Mindfulness as a monk and at university in MBSR/MBCT in Oxford/Bangor and now teaches Dharma in the Western Insight Meditation Tradition. Boaz is the co-founder of NeuroSystemics, and feels passionate about his engagement in the Extinction Rebellion movement.
Heath Wilson, Faculty
Working over 25 years, Heath weaves his expertise as a psychologist, trauma healer, rolf practitioner, craniosacral therapist, enneagram consultant, dating/relationship coach, and has been trained in Somatic Experiencing.
Bas Snippert: Bas is an integrative counselor, coach and trainer. He has trained in cutting-edge modalities such as Somatic Experiencing, Organic Intelligence and the NeuroAffective Relational Model. Bas attends meditation retreats annually in Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village.
Silke Foegele: Silke is a certified complementary therapist and has been trained both as a CranioSacral therapist and as a physiotherapist. Her further training comprises prenatal and birth therapy, mediation, Organic Intelligence, yoga and qigong. She lives in Basel with her family. She focuses on increasing her clients’ resources and joy.
Danny Cohen: Danny Cohen lives in Israel and is endlessly fascinated by the human experience and transformative possibilities of healing, growing and opening the heart / mind. He works with clients and teaches workshops and retreats, drawing from trainings Hakomi, Organic Intelligence, Nonviolent Communication, and over a decade of meditation practice.
Date: 25–27 February 2022