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Healing Trauma

A Body-Based Approach
Spoken Word CD
Publisher: 
Sounds True
 | 
March, 2005
ISBN:
9781591793298
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For the 25 million North Americans who suffer from anxiety disorders, help has arrived from a most unexpected source: the animals of the wild. On Healing Trauma, Berkeley physiologist and psychologist Peter Levine shares his respected body-based curriculum for healing from trauma, based on this critical observation: animals recover from distress effortlessly, not by “talking it out,” but through immediate physical discharge. Dr. Levine guides listeners through a three-phase somatic process that can release long-buried trauma—often, the first time they try it. Healing Trauma is a fascinating, full-length introduction to the 12 principles of Levine’s life-changing new therapy.

Having researched the psychology and physiology of trauma for over 35 years, Peter Levine is the author of the book Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma.

Publisher’s Description: 

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than 23 million Americans suffer from anxiety disorders- many as a direct result of trauma. As a young stress researcher at the University of California at Berkeley, Peter A. Levine found that all animals, including humans, are born with a natural ability to rebound from these distressing situations. Now on Healing Trauma, you can join this respected therapist and teacher to learn how to address these and other symptoms at their source-your body-and return to the natural trauma-free state that you were meant to live in. Featuring more than six hours of guided instruction to engage your body's built-in healing process.Are you experiencing physical or emotional symptoms that no one is able to explain? If so, you may be suffering a traumatic reaction to a past event, teaches Dr. Peter A. Levine. Medical researchers have known for decades that survivors of accidents, disaster, and childhood trauma often endure life-long symptoms ranging from anxiety and depression to unexplained physical pain and harmfulacting out behaviors. As a young stress researcher at the University of California at Berkeley, Levine found that all animals, including humans, are born with a natural ability to rebound from these distressing situations.

On Healing Trauma, this respected therapist and teacher brings you face to face with his effective new treatment not atalking cure, but a deep physiological process for releasing your past traumas and instilling a harmonious awareness of your body. Drawing on natures lessons, Dr. Levine teaches you each of the essential principles of his four-phase process. You will learn how and where you are storing unresolved distress; how to become more aware of your body's physiological responses to danger; and specific methods to free yourself from trauma.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 23 million Americans suffer from anxiety disorders many as a direct result of trauma. Now, you can learn how to address these and other symptoms at their source your body and return to the natural trauma-free state that you were meant to live in. Over nine hours of instruction to free yourself from trauma through your bodys built-in healing process. This program includes a 24-page study guide.

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