The Somatics of Shame

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The Somatics of Shame

35.00

93 minutes, 3 parts with Craig Penner, LMFT

The fabric of shame has constriction, humiliation and hiding "built-in". This causes us to avoid it in an unlimited number of creative ways. It is very difficult to connect with the depths of the dynamics that result. Cognitive approaches are limited. The nervous system responds to shame in ways that are not accessible through "verbal language". This webinar explores the nuances of how shame affects us developmentally, somatically, socially, and cognitively. It also presents a somatically-based, process-oriented approach to therapy.

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In this 93-minute webinar, Craig Penner, LMFT will discuss the dynamics of working with the exposure and somatics of shame in therapy.  This webinar has 3 parts.  PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 24 HOURS TO RECEIVE THE LINKS TO THIS VIDEO AFTER PURCHASE.

• Effectively notice and hold “the shame” that get exposed during therapy sessions.

• Track the somatic responses that may manifest from shame: what to look for, what may signal that “shame” is  blocked or working through.

• Process disgrace and humiliation

• Why regrets may be very good “mulch,” and transitions to healthy self-confrontations

•  Find out how pacing and noticing sequences is important.

•  How BLS aids in unlocking embodied shame.

•  Learn how to look for incomplete expressions resulting from shame in the body.

•  The therapist’s role in pacing the work-  when is it “too much?”

•  The importance of the collaborative alliance when working with shame.

•  In and out of the “Window of Tolerance” when dealing with shame.