Learning How to Embody and Work with Difficult Emotions,

an Experimental Process



Location: Life Transition Therapy, 110 Delgado St. D
Date:   Monday, January 15th to February 26th, 2018
Time:  6pm to 7:30pm
Cost: $325


We have all experienced what happens when we can’t get a handle on difficult emotions, sooner or later we find ourselves adrift in an ocean of Toxic Stress, adverse effects impacting our physical and mental health, our performance at work and our family life.  Everyone has a different constitution, genetic makeup and upbringing, that influence our stress hardiness and conflict literacy.  Working with our emotions takes more than a healthy diet, exercise, spiritual practice and regular medical check-ups.  Our body bears the burden of trauma and resulting stress and this needs to be addressed directly.


You will learn to work mindfully with emotions and physical sensations through therapeutic awareness, breath practice, and other tools/skills in order to gain insight into embodiment and transcend difficult emotions.


This group will be open to seven participants.  We will meet once a week for seven consecutive weeks for 1.5 to 2 hours each meeting; this will be a closed and confidential group setting.

Facilitator:  Ralph Steele, LMFT, SEP, ISP


Ralph has been in private practice since 1979.  As a marriage, family and individual therapist his specialty is treating complex trauma.  He is certified as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and in Integral Somatic Psychology, after training with the founder, Raja Selvam, Ph.D.,Ph.D.,  for six years. Ralph now assists Dr. Selvam in advanced trainings. He founded the first Elizabeth Kübler-Ross Hospice training program at Northern New Mexico College and created Life Transition Therapy, a meditation based trauma center. His first book, Tending the Fire, an autobiography, explores his year as a Buddhist monk in Thailand and Myanmar.

 

Registration and Further Information

505-982-4183


110 Delgado Street Suite D, Santa Fe NM 87501

505-982-4183