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Ancient Wisdom for Today’s Ailments: Connecting the Body, Mind, and Spirit



The long-term impact of trauma and stress are more than just mental health issues: they’re at the root of almost 80 percent of chronic illnesses in our modern culture. But ancient spiritual practices involving guided imagery, chanting, drawing, and movement allow us to reconnect with the innate healing power of our bodies, minds, and spirits. Experience processes that deepen access to the imagination and the inner wisdom that can guide personal journeys of growth, resilience, and recovery in a range of clinical contexts and settings. You’ll explore: 

  • How to use the genogram to help clients build resilience and hope, and attune to their sense of well-being 
  • Guided imagery practices to use with clients in therapy as well as community settings to help heal the body and heighten experiences of personal growth 
  • Practical exercises involving writing, drawing, and chanting that reestablish a connection with the heart when trauma and stress have shut off that channel to inner wisdom 
  • How to use music and movement in sessions to get around emotional blocks without spoken words 


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Product Details
Average Rating:
   4.4
Speakers:
Sabrina N'Diaye, PhD, LCSW-C
Duration:
1 Hour 49 Minutes
Copyright:
Jan 07, 2021
Product Code:
NOS096106
Media Type:
Digital Recordings

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Sabrina N’Diaye, PhD, LCSW-C, is an integrative psychotherapist, storyteller, and peacebuilder, based in Baltimore, MD. She recently completed her first book, The Laugh of Love.


Speaker Disclosures:
Financial: Sabrina N'Diaye is the founder of The Heart Nest Wellness Center. She is an adjunct faculty at Saybrook University.
Non-financial: Sabrina N'Diaye has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.


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Objectives

  1. Evaluate the connection between trauma, stress, and chronic illness. 
  2. Apply three writing and drawing practices in a clinical setting to heal the effects of stress. 
  3. Use the genogram as a clinical tool to deepen work with clients around health, resilience, and hope. 
  4. Demonstrate guided imagery practices to use with clients in therapy and in community settings to help heal the body and heighten experiences personal growth. 
  5. Assess how to help clients access inner strengths through creative processes that tap into the imagination. 

Outline

  • Explain the connection between trauma, stress, and chronic illness. 
    • Participants will increase their understanding of the current chronic illness incidences in the US population, and their understanding of the physiology of the stress response.  
    • The didactic portion of this objective will include a review of the current research on intergenerational trauma, stress perception, and health 
  • Apply three writing and drawing practices in a clinical setting to heal the effects of stress. 
    • Participants will explore the current research on the impact of journaling on stress perception and chronic illness.  
    • They will engage in writing exercises to address their own health challenges, along with those of their patient population.  
  • Use the genogram as a clinical tool to deepen work with clients around health, resilience, and hope. 
    • Participants will create a "theme-focused" genogram around a current symptom or challenge in their lives 
    • The research from this module of the training is based on the work of McGoldrick and the Center for Mind-Body Medicine. 
  • Use music and movement in sessions to get around emotional blocks without spoken words. 
    • Participants will deepen their understanding of the use of music as a tool for parasympathetic dominance and creativity.  
  • Assess how to help clients access inner strengths through creative processes that tap into the imagination. 
    • Participants will be guided in the appropriate application of personal and professional use of imagery, music, chanting, and journaling as tools for accessing innate wisdom.  
  • Describe guided imagery practices to use with clients in therapy and in community settings to help heal the body and heighten experiences personal growth. 
    • Participants will deepen their understanding of the use of imagery for trauma healing, managing stress, and understanding their own physiology.  

Target Audience

  • Counselors
  • Social Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Therapists
  • Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Addiction Counselors
  • Case Managers
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Other Mental Health Professionals

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