Watch video clips intended as resources to help introduce your client and you to body-mind practices that support stress relief.
They have been made accessible to the general public in the hopes that these skills may help individuals to learn skills that will support improved mind-body health.
Grounding 1 (basic sensory grounding)
Full/natural/diaphragmatic breathing practice
Movement mirroring to music
(NOTE: These videos are NOT intended to be a replacement for mental health treatment, nor are they a replacement for formal professional training for mental health professionals. They are offered as resources that you can use as examples, to build your own coping skills and mindfulness practices.)
Each session is helpful as a stand-alone workshop – you can choose the ones that interest you. If you take all six, however, you will see that the concepts build on each previous lesson. Please pre-register. The workshops have limited spots and will only be held if people register.
You should not have to go to a therapist’s office to learn vital mental health maintenance skills; this information deserves to be common knowledge. We all struggle in some way with the issues addressed in these workshops. I have put together the concepts and skills that I have found, in almost two decades as a therapist, to be most popular and helpful to my clients. I look forward to sharing them with you; I feel certain that you will gain valuable tools, shift your perspectives, and increase your satisfaction with yourself, your relationships, and your life.
Keeping Your Temper (and finding it quickly when you lose it) – June 6, 2020 – 2:00-3:30 at Studio H
Nervous System Tune-Up – August 1, 2020 – 2:00-3:30 at Studio H
Trauma and PTSD Made Understandable Pt. 1 – October 3, 2020 – 2:00-3:30 at Studio H
Trauma and PTSD Made Understandable Pt. 2 – December 5, 2020 – 2:00-3:30 at Studio H
Click here for course descriptions, objectives, dates, times, costs, location, flyers, and registration and continuing education information.
Mindfulness Made Accessible
PTSD and the Spectrum of Trauma
Music and Movement for Mental Wellness
Yoga is Good for Every Body!
Yoga for Trauma – a Survivor’s Perspective
Still have questions?
Contact Paula Soto at Intersections Wellness: