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I hope to see you again in future workshops. 

Here you can find some of the resources I used as well as some recommendations for further reading and watching.  Please feel free to keep in touch via social media. 

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BLOG: Six surprising scientific ways to ease anxiety 

Reading:

Affect Regulation Tool Box: Practical and Effective Hypnotic Interventions for the Over-reactive Client by Carolyn Daitch.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Affect-Regulation-Tool-Interventions-Over-reactive/dp/0393704955

 

Doing Imago Relationship Therapy in the Space-Between: A Clinician's Guide for working with couples, by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Doing-Imago-Relationship-Therapy-Space-Between-ebook/dp/B08D1YRNBG/ref=sr_1_1?crid=230B8W496SRLX&keywords=doing+imago+in+the+space&qid=1658570449&s=audible&sprefix=doing+imago+in+the+space%2Caudible%2C46&sr=1-1-catcorr

 

Breathing techniquehttps://www.instagram.com/p/CHK9lRQHoQp/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

 

Cold swim: the Wim Method

 

Blog:  Six Surprising Scientific Ways to Ease Anxiety

Many of your questions on the chat were answered in the part 1 workshop which is now offered for sale.  If you enjoyed this workshop you might want to watch the recording of part 1 and 2:

Post Traumatic Strength (Part 1):

Changing the Lens when Working with Trauma 

In this 2 hour talk, Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari presents her concept of Post Traumatic Strength when working with clients. Shifting our mindset about trauma and its implications, as therapists, will support our clients to develop empowering and inspiring narratives about their past experiences, while honouring past stressful events. These new narratives and perspectives will support them to move from living with a traumatic mindset to a life worth living.

Dr Ben-Ari shares her approach, based on two decades of working as a therapist with several integrative models. You will leave this talk armed with practical ideas for how to support and empower your clients within the therapy room and beyond.

In the last section you will also find a resources page with further reading and clips. 

PLEASE NOTE that you have 30 days access to this online talk. 

Objectives:

- Discussion about the definition and meaning of trauma

- Post traumatic growth vs post traumatic strength

- The importance of finding meaning

- Differentiation between different client's needs

- Exploring the protective factors from developing PTSD

- Practical tools for self regulation

- Empowering meditation exercise

Post Traumatic Strength (Part 2):

Changing the Lens when Working with Trauma 

As therapists, trauma informs much of our work. Many of our clients go through life events that might be experienced as traumatic. Although traumatic events can be hugely varied in terms of intensity of the experience and the support (or lack of support) afterwards, their impact on one’s life is undeniable.

 

Following her successful talk on "Post Traumatic Strength: Changing The Lens When Working With Trauma" and demand for another workshop on the topic, Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari presented more techniques for self regulation. In this recording Kalanit discusses the signs for therapists to look out for so that they are aware of when self regulations are needed for themselves as well as the client and when other therapeutic interventions might be appropriate.

 

This experiential talk and workshop is suitable for both therapists who attended the first talk as well as for those who were unable to attend.

 

Please note that the workshop you attended on July the 28th, 2022 is the second half of this recording. 

The first hour, which was recorded on July 20th, is the first part. Therefore we offer you 30% for this recording, if purchase by the end of July 2022.  Discount CODE: Return22

PLEASE NOTE that you have 30 days access to this online talk.