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"Encountering means really meeting something in a way that goes beyond one's intellectual process."
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REMINDER: Our webinar, "A Path to Healing Trauma," starts today at 6pm Mountain!

It’s free to join the webinar, so if you haven’t signed up yet, you can do that here:
https://www.schoolofinnerhealth.org/courses/free-webinar-nov-2017/
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New Webinar: A Path to Healing Trauma
— Powerful Practice to Track Your Own Nervous System State
— How to Apply Biodynamic Principles to Your Work with Clients
— Increase Your Capacity to be Present and Tuned to Nuance Sign up today! https://www.schoolofinnerhealth.org/courses/free-webinar-nov-2017/
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"The findings suggest early life stress could have an impact on the perception of distant threat." http://neurosciencenews.com/threat-maltreatment-kids-7461/
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"The idea is that one could stimulate the nervous system to make new connections if there was some kind of trauma," https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-11-team-fuel-future-brain-trauma.html
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"uBuntu means that a person cannot not exist in isolation, and that this is the essence of being human."
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"As we listen with our hands, we can help patients heal their deepest wounds." #craniosacraltherapy #PTSD
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"The ocean mirrors the tempo of my body, the beating of my heart, the in and out of my breath." http://www.anothersomething.org/2016/04/06/ran-ortner/
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"Labeling is not just a matter of language – it’s an inability to look beneath the behavior to understand what that person is trying to communicate" #traumainformed
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"It connects your brain to many important organs throughout the body, including the gut (intestines, stomach), heart and lungs. "
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