The Art of Curiosity?
An Experiential Introduction to Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychotherapy.
The dynamic use of mindfulness is a foundation of the Hakomi Method. When integrated into the therapy session with unique Hakomi techniques it creates a rapid, experiential access route to unconscious core beliefs and implicit memories that invisibly shape our lives and behavior. Once conscious and directly experienced, these are available for memory re-consolidation and transformation, including the healing of attachment issues. This experiential process evokes a powerful "felt sense" for the client, allowing them to take ownership of core patterns as they emerge and to create new options.
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Faculty: Julia Corley, MA, LCHMCA, NCC, SEP, Certified Hakomi Trainer
Hakomi is a body-centered (somatic) approach. The body is viewed as a "map of the psyche"- a door that can be opened to reveal the entire unconscious belief system of the individual. The body's habitual patterns can become a powerful access route to deeply held core material.
Loving presence and the healing relationship are also central to Hakomi. We develop exquisite sensitivity and attunement using empathic skills to read and contact subtle, unconscious cues. This creates a deep sense of safety and connection.
In this experiential workshop, you will be introduced to the following key concepts and techniques that can be integrated into your current practice, in addition to seeing a Hakomi demo session:
The attitude of the therapist in Hakomi
- Loving presence
- Non-egocentric nourishment
- Hakomi's unique application of mindfulness Contact and tracking
- Accessing questions and directives
- The Hakomi principles
- The experimental attitude and "little experiments"
27.OCT.2023 - 29.OCT.2023
Saturday: 2:00-5:15 and 5:45-7:15 Sunday: 2:00-5:15 and 5:45-7:15 (in Central Europe Time)
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