with Suzanne Marlow, M.A.,LMFT
Saturday, June 1 / 2-4 PM
$30 in advance, $35 day-of
In this workshop we will explore trauma and it’s affect in a therapeutic setting. It is important for us to be aware of our students and clients overall health as well as understand our capability to find balance in a dysregulated world. Tools for navigating the drama of trauma will include understanding basics of neurobiology through a psychological perspective blended with learning various yogic techniques such as body awareness, breathing exercises, and meditation. This information will help both the student and teacher learn how to use tools of self-regulation, deepening our understanding of how our inner world defines our outer world. We must know and heal our traumas well to become healthy human beings.
“In the mental health field the trauma that effects one’s life can result from and individual event, a series of events, or a set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful threatening and that has lasting effects on the individuals functioning and social, emotional, or spiritual well-being” -SAMHSA 2014
Registration coming soon.
Suzanne Marlow is a licensed psychotherapist (LMFT 80919) in private practice in downtown Santa Barbara. She is a senior instructor at Yoga Soup, teaching for over 20 years. Currently, Suzanne is studying to be certified as an IFS therapist in Self Leadership. suzannemarlow.com