Do you wish for some really good tools and approaches to bring liveliness to your interpersonal world? Join Sarah Peyton for an 8-week exploration of the embodiment of mutuality in conversations with this 8-week study and practice of I-You language.
Do you hold yourself to a standard higher than others? Perfectionism often keeps us from truly delighting in our presence and contributions, and may keep us from revealing ourselves and following our dreams. Join Sarah to explore the relational neuroscience of perfectionism and the ways that resonance can support increasing freedom and well-being.
Caroline Hickman will examine a range of approaches we can use in the therapy room, at home, in school and outdoors to support clients to explore their thoughts, feelings and dreams about the climate and biodiversity crisis. This session will look at a range of practical and imaginal approaches including art, storytelling, play and personification, and explore climate-aware therapy including the move from therapeutic dyad (between therapist & client) to the therapeutic triad (between therapist, client, and the planet).
Bonus Resonant Support and Integration with Sarah Peyton: For folks who register for the full-year package, there are also 10 Bonus Resonance Sessions with Sarah Peyton to learn and practice resonance skills and nurture community.
In these two classes examining the final chapter of the workbook, we will look at Jaak Panksepp’s research into the PLAY circuit and the research of Beatrice Beebe that shows how parents diminish joy in their children when they are avoidantly attached. We will learn how joy is a dyadic experience and that contracts that block trust and connection also stop joy from happening.
How does hopelessness prevent connection? What are the static pools where nothing moves that drag relationships down? Learn about and begin to transform the contracts that prevent growth and movement. Explore our circuits of emotion and motivation, and learn how they show up in relationship.
What are the aftereffects of receiving emotional, verbal, psychological, sexual or physical violence? What happens to brains when they endure long periods of time, trapped in a situation where violence is being done? How does “ordinary” PTSD differ from complex PTSD? How can we tell the difference, and how does our healing approach differ between the two? What should we look out for, and how can we distinguish the signs of healing? Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with Complex PTSD.