The Healing Power of Resonant Language and
with Sarah Peyton, CNVC Trainer & Internationally published author
Did you know that….
The human brain is able to grow and become more integrated no matter what your age or past experiences?
the language we use can transform the way the brain holds it memories
every experience of effective empathy helps the brain recover from trauma
Why mix NVC and Neuroscience?
Developing clarity about the way we use language and how we affect on another brings relief to brains coping with past trauma and current day anxiety and depression.
What brings relief?
Anxiety and depression are the intrusion of unhealed moments from the past into the present. The brain believes that all of our unhealed memories still exist in present time. And from the new understandings in brain research we now have a map for healing, repairing and integrating the parts of the brain that are required for emotional stability under stress and successful interrelationships.
You will integrate…
Knowledge and information of how our brains work
An understanding of the contribution of trauma to anxiety and depression
Experiences of the transformation that resonance brings to brains that are struggling
Reflections on how to use tis knowledge and skills after the workshop
Continuing Educational Units: We will be offering a Certificate of Attendance. We will maintain the necessary documentation for those applying for professional contact hours. Also, General CEU’s from University of Maine will be available.
Deeply rooted in the science of Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB), CNVC Certified Trainer and internationally published author Sarah Peyton offer three days of learning experiences that help participants integrate an understanding of trauma ad how to work with it. Both Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and recent finding in the field of neuroscience will be included to support the participants in experiencing why and how resonant language works to hear brains. The workshop is fully interactive and will consist of practical, applicable theory, demonstrations and practice. For more information about Sarah, visit: empathy brain.com