The socialization of girls and women leaves a profound imprint on our bodies and minds. The legacy of gender socialization strongly influences what we considered to be gender-appropriate beliefs, norms, attitudes and behaviours, leading not only to a higher rate of traumatic stress and other difficulties for girls and women, but also to particular resources and competencies. Drawing on research, cultural differences, client material and personal experience, this presentation will elucidate the complexity of gender socialization for girls and women and offer body-oriented interventions to address it.
This online program is worth 1.5 hours CPD.
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is a pioneer in somatic psychology and both founder and education director of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute®, an internationally recognized school specializing in somatic-cognitive approaches for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and attachment disturbances. She is co-founder of the Hakomi Institute, past faculty of Naropa University, a clinician, consultant, international lecturer and trainer, and first author of Trauma and the Body: Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy. Her second book, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment (2015), is a practical guide to integrate Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® into the treatment of trauma and attachment issues. Dr. Ogden, with colleagues, is currently developing Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® for children, couples and families.
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