I Need Control! What Does This Mean for My Brain?
August 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm PDTCost: $20.00
About the Event
What do people mean when they talk about control? How does control (both having it and the experience of being controlled) impact us? What does it do to our brains?
Why do we so often experience being out of control, and what are the different ways that we live through and with that? What would it mean for the locus of control to be centered in us, in our own bodies and in our own brains? And how would we make that happen?
In this 90-minute webinar with Sarah Peyton we will explore the relational neuroscience of control and how to leverage this understanding to make our lives better.
- This is an online zoom webinar that runs for 90-minutes with an optional 30 min Q&A.
- Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar and post-webinar access to access the recording + slides. The slides include research citations where relevant.
- This webinar is the August meeting of Sarah’s 2024 Neuroscience and Resonance monthly series
- We are delighted to offer 1.5 CEU hours for psychologists and social workers for this course ($12 additional fee). Details here.
- Live attendance is required to receive CEUs.
Cost and How to Register
$20 drop-in for the webinar, or register for the entire 2024 Neuroscience and Resonance Webinar Series here.
Joining the series offers you a year-long cohort of learning community, and you’ll save $50 if you register for the entire series, versus purchasing the webinars individually!
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking individualized healing and resonance practice opportunities, please consider joining one of Sarah’s longer upcoming courses.
Sarah Peyton, Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication and neuroscience educator, integrates brain science and the use of resonant language to heal personal and collective trauma with exquisite gentleness.
Sarah is a sought-after expert who brings neuroscience expertise together with depth work, self-compassion, and the transformative potential of language. She works with audiences internationally to create a compassionate understanding of the effects of relational trauma on the brain, and teaches people how words change and heal us.
Sarah teaches and lectures internationally and is the author of four books on relational neuroscience and self-compassion: Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing, the companion Your Resonant Self Workbook: From Self-sabotage to Self-care, and Affirmations for Turbulent Times: Resonant Words to Soothe Body and Mind, and The Antiracist Heart: A Self-Compassion and Activism Handbook, co-authored alongside Roxy Manning, PhD.