Dealing With Political Trauma
Friday, June 29th at 7:00pm
Are you struggling to cope with the stresses of today’s political America? Do you find that you are constantly ruminating, or are riddled with pervasive anger and anxiety?
Utilizing the principles of Somatic psychotherapy, this group will work collaboratively to construct alternative ways of coping with our current political climate by employing emerging research in phenomenology and Interpersonal Neurobiology.
We will creatively explore:
What helps you feel safe?
Learn how to track the safety in your own body.
Learn how to process and cope with the tension that you hold.
Alisha Guthery-Morse received her MA in applied counseling psychology from Antioch University in Seattle, Washington. Her work focuses on children and adolescents who have experienced sexual and physical violence, as well as adult women who have experienced intimate partner violence. Primary to Alisha’s work is the practice of Somatic psychotherapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology and phenomenology for relational and shock trauma processing.