"... sharing tools for the healing journey..."
".... sharing tools for the healing journey ..."
Creating Safety and Rapport
By CRAIG WEINER, DC
I often ask practitioners if they provide a safe space for their clients. The answer is always yes. Hmmmm.... This overwhelmingly positive response puzzles me... My top 7 tips for creating safety, connection, and rapport.
A NEW STANDARD OF CARE
Psychologist Kristin Miller, PhD talks about recent advances in diagnosis and a new standard of care for survivors of sexual abuse.
Moving Energy Through Self-Care
KRISTIN MILLER, PhD
I used to call myself the “human garbage disposal.” I would listen, witness, and help my clients release their trauma. Eventually, the pipes got clogged and nothing flowed. Talk therapy was not working, and I was not going to make it in this model. So I searched long and hard ....
A SAFETY ADVOCATE'S LIFE
AN ADVOCATE'S ONE DAY TRAINING
Working with survivors of abuse Lydia learns to help herself and her clients as an unexpected benefit of participating in a FREA training.
Learning to more effectively help her clients provided a surprisingly quick opportunity to put into practice what she had just learned.
The #1 reason why caregivers leave the field is burnout – the stress that comes from caring too much, trying to do too much, and not taking good care of ourselves. Burnout can result from expecting our clients to “get better,” and taking it personally and blaming ourselves when they don’t ...
I did not see the kinds of rapid shifts and changes I see in my clients, until I began using energy therapies." — G.N.