Transcending Trauma Seminar to be Held at Grand View

December 17, 2015

Crossroads of Iowa will host their third annual community seminar: Transcending Trauma, at Grand View University on January 29, 2016.

In the USA almost one person in twelve is diagnosed with chronic PTSD, and many more live with crippling aftereffects of trauma. From the emerging Biology of Fear, this symposium explores the power of evidence-­-based psychotherapeutics, both traditional and body-­-centered, to access our astounding human resiliency. Among body-­-based regimens is EMDR, developed by Francine Shapiro, which appears to incorporate natural, rhythmic alternations across the bicameral brain to restore balance. Similarly, neuroscientist and psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk helped develop Trauma Sensitive Yoga; “the body keeps the score.” In one study more than half of the participants no longer met the criteria for PTSD after ten weeks of TSY. The ideal is a spectrum of resources to retrieve our infinite potential for healing the distressing cycles of trauma, with integration into a deeper and finer experience of life.

Both health professionals & lay individuals can expect to benefit from this seminar.

TO REGISTER:
Online: www.crossroadsofiowa.org
Phone: 515-633-7968
Mail: Send your name, address, e-mail and phone number (to notify you of seminar changes), along with tuition, made payable to:
CROSSROADS OF IOWA
Friends House of Des Moines
4211 Grand Avenue, Suite 4
Des Moines, Iowa 50312

Please include tuition of $85 per person, or $70 if postmarked by Friday, January 22, 2016. *Grand View students fee is one half of the registration fee; $35.
All tuition must be prepaid. Confirmation by e-mail.
8 AM check-in, program begins at 8:30; conclude at 4 PM
Coffee breaks provided (lunch on your own), and free parking.

Grand View University
2811 E. 14th St., Des Moines, IA
Student Center, Principal Conference Room

Walk-ins welcome, cash basis, however admission not guaranteed to ensure that overcrowding does not interfere with the experience of participants.