Use this mindfulness practice right after sessions to stay more connected to yourself, feel more centered, and move through your day with more intention and clarity. Pause, Reflect, Respond!
Working with boundaries somatically can be a powerful way to help clients develop an embodied and felt experience of their own space and limits. Here are four exercises that help clients develop boundaries and take them into “real life”.
Learn why I love Sensorimotor psychotherapy (SP) and how it is a somatic therapy approach that can create profound healing, change and transformation. It’s done this for both my therapy practice and for me personally.
Learn about Sensorimotor psychotherapy (SP) a somatic therapy approached based in current understandings of trauma, attachment, and neuroscience. For me, SP feels nearly magical in how it helps people to heal and change.
Use the 3 Breath Reset mindfulness practice to pause and reset throughout the day. It can make a real impact not only on how you feel, but in how you show up for your clients and other responsibilities.