Paul Hyman, facilitator
CTI: Canadian Training Institute
Time: 9:00am-4:00pm, Thursday September 26th (note the date change)
Location: 50 Euston Avenue, 2nd Floor. Toronto, ON. M4J 3N3
The body is a healer and psychological scars of trauma are reversible. Listening to our body allows us to access the problem at its physiological roots. When we use all the capacities that are ours, with the mind/body working together we can move forward. Resiliency in humans is defined as "the ability to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions." Webster's definition: "the ability to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed." Life presents us with many compressing, difficult and challenging conditions. Change is the one constant we can expect as we journey through life. The brain/body can be repatterned through movement-based, multi-sensory brain stimulation programs for greater resilience. Bridge the gap between neuroscience into real life applications.
At the completion of this workshop participants will be able to:
Understand the physiological effects of trauma
Know the relationship to the Triune Brain Theory and Learning Developmental Hierarchy
Experience successful approaches and techniques including: Trager®, Educational Kinesiology, Touch For Health, Hendricks Body Centered Approach, Breathwork, and SomaTech Process
Additional Information: Dress comfortably, bring a water bottle, bring a blanket or yoga mat
Aboutt the Facilitator:
Paul Hyman is a “Brain Trainer” specialist combining mind/body approaches and brain research. A therapist, 10 years at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) he was on the design team responsible for creating Ontario’s first problem gambling program. A contributing author for CAMH’s newest publication “Becoming Trauma Informed” Paul’s experiential style of teaching makes for a fun, one-of-a-kind memorable learning experience.
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