In the CCIH Study Group, we have decided to read The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation for our next book together. The work of Stephen Porges has been fundamental to our growing understanding of the effects of trauma on our brains and central nervous systems. In her book Deb Dana takes this important work and integrates them into a way of working in the room with clients. She helps us wrestle with very complex concepts and translate them into a way of working with clients experientially. We will be hosting Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation: A Polyvagal Theory Guided Approach to Therapy in June and are looking forward to spending time exploring this book in preparation for our time with Deb Dana in person. Please join us on the fourth Thursday of the month, 12:10 pm-1:30 pm. Feel free to bring your lunch and participate in our lively discussion.
CCIH Study Group
The Power of Bearing Witness
January 31, 2020
BASE Training Beginning March 6th, 2020
January 13, 2020
An Evidence-Based House of Cards
December 6, 2019
What if there’s nothing wrong with your body?
October 21, 2019
Why I Believe 4-7-8 Breath is a Good Daily Practice
October 18, 2019
Welcome Our New Student Intern at CCIH – Holly Wollesen!
October 4, 2019
Welcome Our New Staff Member at CCIH – Michelle Horner!
October 4, 2019
Food, The Body, and Trauma and Attachment
October 2, 2019
Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy: Yoga can happen off the mat
September 30, 2019
Why I Love Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Approaches
September 25, 2019