Healing the child within – Virtual Workshop (E2)
Date: November 4 - 8th, 2020
Contact: Rajan Shah
This experiential workshop highlights the importance of addressing the imbalance in emotions related to adverse childhood experiences. The virtual session spans across 3 weeks. The first week will have 5 daily sessions each with 2.5 hours duration. The evidence: Adverse Childhood Experiences have a lasting impact on the emotional and physical health – as demonstrated by the visual from the Center for Disease Control.
Catastrophic Inner Child events, termed as Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) – are potentially traumatic experiences that occur in childhood (0-17 years) such as experiencing violence, abuse, bullying or neglect; witnessing violence in the home; and having a family member attempt or die by suicide. The Science and the art of Healing the Child Within: At Wellness Space, our interventions include “Healing the Child Within or Inner Child”.
We provide individual therapeutic interventions, the experiential workshop (this page covers the workshop details) and also teach (Module 3) as part of 6-Module Integrated Certification on Regression Therapy and Life Coaching. Beyond the scientific evidence available globally, our own work has demonstrated the impact of Regression Therapy on addressing anxiety, depressive mood, phobia and overall well being.
Contents: The workshop covers following: Concepts: What are Adverse Childhood Experiences? Its implications on mental health of adults Developmental Trauma and impact on brain. Role of Family systems in Childhood trauma Global Research and Evidence on Impact of ACE on mental, emotional and physical health of adults including Chronic Diseases Methods to address the emotional pain The role of mind-body practices and the evidence Practices: Identifying the ACEs and its implications on your well being Group practices Identifying the Inner Child that needs healing Group Practices to Heal and Transform the Inner Child Date: 4-8 November Wednesday to Sunday 2020 Time: 4 pm to 6.30 pm (India Standard Time)