Embodied Trauma Conference: a Free Online Event, Feb 3-8

Would
you
say
you’ve
experienced
trauma
in
your
lifetime?

Perhaps
it’s
an
obvious
yes—if
you’ve
fought
in
a
war,
you’ve
been
abused,
or
you’ve
survived
a
tragic
accident
or
natural
disaster.
But
odds
are,
even
if
you
haven’t
experienced
these
things,
you’ve
lived
through
something
traumatic—the
death
of
a
loved
one,
a
serious
illness,
or
even
a
divorce.

We
all
go
through
harrowing
events
that
challenge
and
change
us.
If
we
don’t
face
the
pain
head
on,
our
unhealed
traumas
can
leave
us
stressed,
depressed,
or
unable
to
cope
with
daily
life.
They
can
affect
our
mood,
sleep,
and
appetite,
not
to
mention
our
relationships.

If
you’re
struggling
in
the
aftermath
of
a
traumatic
event,
or
if
you
think
you
might
be
living
the
effects
of
trauma
from
years
back,
I
highly
recommend
that
you
check
out
the
upcoming

Embodied
Trauma
Conference—a
FREE
only
event
running
from
February
3rd-8th.

Hosted
by
Tiny
Buddha
contributor
Karine
Bell,
the

Embodied
Trauma
Conference
will
focus
on
how
our
“trauma
imprints”
shape
our
bodies,
lives,
and
experiences,
and
how
we
can
heal.

When
you
register,
you’ll
receive
two
trauma
reports
as
free
gifts:

Understanding
Trauma
in
Our
Children

and

Why
You
Can’t
Think
Your
Way
out
of
Trauma
During
this
six-day
online
event,
you’ll
learn
from
and
interact
with
twenty-two
well-respected
thought
leaders
including:


  • Dr.
    Peter
    Levine

    (How
    Trauma
    Becomes
    Lodged
    in
    the
    Body
    and
    How
    We
    Can
    Heal)

  • Irene
    Lyon

    (Trauma,
    Chronic
    Health
    Conditions,
    and
    Healing)

  • Laurence
    Heller

    (Working
    with
    Shame
    and
    Developmental
    Trauma)

  • Kimberly
    Ann
    Johnson

    (Sexuality,
    Sexual
    Power,
    and
    Healing
    Sexual
    Trauma)

  • Resmaa
    Menakem

    (Racialized
    Trauma
    and
    How
    We
    All
    Heal)

  • Nir
    Esterman

    (Intergenerational
    Trauma
    and
    Healing)

  • Ale
    Duarte

    (Trauma
    Work
    with
    Children
    and
    Working
    with
    Trauma
    After
    Natural
    Disasters)

You
can

register
for
the
free
Embodied
Trauma
Conference
here.

Or,
if
you
won’t
be
available
to
catch
the
live
interviews,
which
will
each
be
available
for
twenty-four
hours,
you
can
purchase
the
complete
bundle
(and
by
doing
so
support
charitable
organizations
working
to
make
trauma
education
and
healing
accessible
to
everyone).

I
hope
the
conference
helps
you
heal
and
better
connect
with
yourself
and
the
world
around
you!

See
a
typo
or
inaccuracy?
Please

contact
us
so
we
can
fix
it!