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Fairfield County Mini-Meeting: Inviting the Somatic into the Room: Healing Trauma through Somatic Experiencing

  • 30 Mar 2019
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • New Canaan Library (Plaut Room)

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CSPP FAIRFIELD COUNTY SPRING MEETING


SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019  

11AM – 1PM


“INVITING THE SOMATIC INTO THE ROOM: HEALING TRAUMA THROUGH SOMATIC EXPERIENCING”


A PRESENTATION BY VINCENT FRASER WITH DISCUSSION BY CSPP MEMBERS JANICE CURRAN, NANCY BOTTGER AND BARBARA KEEFE


Somatic Experiencing (SE) is a body-oriented approach to the treatment of trauma developed by Peter Levine. The emphasis is on healing the dysregulated nervous system rather than on talking, medication or the narrative.  Vincent will discuss the various lenses a SE practitioner uses such as Steven Porges’s Polyvagal Theory, co regulation, vagal tone and other current ideas in neurophysiology and healing.

Vincent will offer a clinical presentation and a demonstration of his work.  CSPP members and psychoanalysts Janice Curran, Nancy Bottger and Barbara Keefe will discuss how they use SE in their therapy practices.

Vincent Fraser is a Somatic Experiencing practitioner, Craniosacral therapist, and certified Alexander Technique teacher.  He treats patients suffering from physical, emotional and sexual trauma. In addition, he helps people, including musicians and actors, suffering with neck/back pain, fibromyalgia, postural concerns, injuries, headaches and autism.


WHERE: New Canaan Library (Plaut Room)

WHEN:  Saturday, March 30th

HOURS: 11-1

RSVP**:    Susanne Weil   


PROGRAM IS OPEN TO ALL CSPP MEMBERS.


 ** SPACE IS LIMITED, SO PLEASE RSVP **

 

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