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Creating New Psychophysical Resources That Heal Developmental Disruptions:
Working with Muscle Activation and Movement to Resolve Unconscious Limiting Patterns.
Presented by Anne Issacs - live and recorded
- Somatic and psychological development occur simultaneously
- What muscles need to be used to create new resources
- Example of how grounding develops and how each stage of grounding has a different flavor
- How developing specific physiological/psychological resources can support changes in psychological and relational/attachment states of mind
- The present day experience of embodying new somatic, relational and psychological competency can create life-changing outcomes
- Differences in how to work with unconscious given up, parasympathetic states, (hypo strategies of protection,) and held back, sympathetic states, (hyper protective strategies)
- The ability to contain the work to the developmental stage of the issue leads to fuller integration into their daily life
- Difference between trauma, developmental trauma, and developmental disruptions
- Working specifically with missing developmental disruptions can create resources that allow working with trauma easier
About Anne Issacs, MSW, LCSW
Working with adults and groups – dealing with developmental issues. Helping you to recognize and become the best of yourself.
Leads long term therapy groups, including incest survivors
- Healing early developmental and attachment disruptions that impact your adult life and relationships
- Using your body to support, change and solidify new resources
- Being fully present with you so you can be fully present with yourself
Certified Bodynamic Analyst and Trainer, PTSD Trauma Training
Anne feels it’s a privilege to be moved by the depth in her students and clients. She is very skilled in perceiving how your body holds patterns of protection and limitation. She will help you find new ways to function with more vitality. She is touched by the wonder of what happens when both she and her clients and students surrender to the process of contact and change.
Anne has been a therapist and teacher for 35 years. She is grateful to her many teachers, including, Lisbeth Marcher, Mariana Bentzen, Merete Branbtjerg, Mary Main, Eric Hesse, Diana Fosha, Julie Henderson, Tony Richardson, Bairo Tulku, for the profound wisdom they have shared with her. She is thankful for her smart and loving husband, Joel, daughter, Vida, and the many friends who are such a rich part of her life.
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Resumes / Curriculum Vitas
1993-2020 Trainer of Bodynamic Analysis
1977-2020 Private Practice, Los Angeles
1990-2020 Bodynamics Somatic Developmental Psychology primary modality
1997-2004 Founding board member of United States Association of Body Psychotherapy
1997-2004 Program and conference planner of first 3 USABP conferences
1974-1977 Developer of community mental health program in a rural county of SE Arizona
1993-2020 trainer of Bodynamic Analysis
1977-2004 Esalen Institute, yearly 5 day workshops
1990-2011 Presenter at numerous USABP conferences
2004-2010 Adjunct Faculty at SBGI
2006 Presenter at JFK/CIIS symposium
2010 Presenter at JFK conference on trauma and attachment
1973 MSW, University of Denver,
1976-1978, Radix Institute
1978-1983, study of many somatic modalities
1985-1991, Bodynamic Institute 5 years training
1999-2011, Focus on trauma-many modalities
2000-2011, Focus on Attachment-many UCLA conferences and reading
2003-2011, Student of Julie Henderson, Zapchen, a body based Buddhist practice
2008-2011, Systems Centered Therapy, trainings and on-going group consultation
2010, 3 week training with Mary Main and Erik Hesse, AAI
2011 AEDP core training for one year, Ron Frederick
2011 AEDP immersion training, 2 weeks, Diana Fosha
2020 INTERNATIONAL BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY JOURNAL
Fosha, D. (2000). The transforming power of affect. New York, NY: Best Books.
MacNaughton, I. (2004). Body, breath, and consciousness. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Marcher, L., and Fich, S. (2010). Body encyclopedia. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Bentzen, M., Bernhardt, P., Isaacs, J. (1995 -1997). Waking the body-ego – Parts 1-4. Journal of Energy and Character, Vols. 26-28.
McKoewn, G. (2014). Essentialism. UK. Random House.
Rothschild, B. (2017). The body remembers: Volume 2. New York, NY: North Atlantic Books.
Porges, S. (2018) Polyvagal theory in therapy. New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Co.Brantbjerg, M. (2020) Widening the Map of Hypo-states: a methodology to modify muscular hypo-response and support reulation of autonomic nervous system regulation, Copenhagen, Denmark. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy