This is an all-in-one bundle that includes access to all of Sarah’s monthly relational neuroscience webinars for 2018.
Included in this series:
- Scapegoating: Decoding Blame in Families and Other Systems: Human systems that are deficient in resonance are notoriously bad at adapting to new situations, so our knee-jerk reaction is to find the person who is at fault so that the system doesn’t have to change. Join Sarah Peyton to discover the neurobiological underpinnings of scapegoating and blame, and to explore ways of bringing empathy and resonant language into the picture.
- Change the World by Entering the Right Hemisphere, Home of Empathy: Would you like to experience the world from a sense of togetherness, belonging and connectedness with all life? Join Sarah for a hope-filled webinar about how we can use warmth and self-understanding in our language to support our movement into the right hemisphere.
- Money and Empathy: Money and sustainability are complicated issues, interlaced with the traumas of scarcity, betrayal, loss, disappointment, and the abandonment of relationality. This webinar looks at how resonance can help us create a different relationship with money.
- The Shadow: IPNB and Empathy: All humans have a shadow; the part of ourselves that is hidden from us because we can only see what is in the light. In this webinar, Sarah explores what the research shows us about what we wouldn’t even suspect about ourselves and our brains, and which parts of our brain do the most harm when we know nothing about them.
- The IPNB of Relaxation: How to Find our Way to Ease: Relaxation and rest are essential for healthy immune system functioning, yet they can be hard to find. Why is this? Join Sarah Peyton for an exploration of relaxation, what it brings us in terms of well-being, and how resonance can help us reach it.
- Exhaustion, Cortisol, Chronic Fatigue and the Hypothalamus: what can Empathy Bring?: Do you lose energy after exertion or stress, and have to spend time recuperating in order to be able to recognize yourself again? What role do cortisol and cortisol depletion play in our energy stores and resilience? In this webinar, Sarah goes into an in-depth exploration of this matter.
- Intuition: Supporting Knowing Presence with Empathy and Research: Did you know that the more we fully inhabit the present moment, the more available intuition (our sense of knowing without thinking) is to us? This webinar looks at what research has been done into intuition, and explores how resonance can support the movement into knowing presence.
- Stories and the Brain: Narrative, the Importance of Empathy and Neuroscience: How do we get pulled inside stories, and what do compelling narratives have to do with our capacity to resonate? In this session, Sarah Peyton explores the effects that narratives have on our brains and how to use what we know to support well-being and recovery from difficult experiences.
- Traumatic Brain Injury: Empathy and the Path of Healing: Do you wonder what is happening in the brain as it heals from Traumatic Brain Injury, and also how to support those who have experienced TBI? Join Sarah as she demonstrates what resonance for the cells sounds like in cases of TBI and how to use resonant language to make the healing journey easier.
- Marijuana and Endocannabinoids: Play and Trauma, How can Empathy Help?: What do we need to know about what marijuana does to the brain? Did you know that the brain creates its own endogenous cannabinoids that do such varied things as help us after traumatic events and support play? In this webinar, Sarah explores how to bring resonance to bear to support well-being in relationship to marijuana.
- The Relational Neuroscience of Conflict and Reactivity: What causes conflict and reactivity at the level of our brain, and how can we cultivate skills of resonance to transform reactivity into calm and connection? Join Sarah Peyton for an exploration of trauma and reactivity and moving towards an increased capacity for regulation.