Curious about how trauma might be showing up? Our coping strategies can include any or all of these:
Just to name a few ;) But in all seriousness willpower is woefully inadequate in long term behavior change. It tends to be only when we get to the core of what’s driving the behaviors, the reasons underneath the need for all the coping strategies, that change happens more sustainably, with less efforting because we have faced the the things we were attempting to escape from.
This is the beauty of doing our work. This is what we will begin exploring online next week. I hope to see you there..
some of our guest teachers...
In this free virtual event you’ll hear from a vast range of experts, therapist, coaches, teachers, doctors, health practitioners, surviors, clinicians and artist who know trauma well.
Emily Joy Rosen, David Cates, Melissa Grace, Hyla Cass, Karen Salmansohn
Udo Erasmus, Britt Frank, Lisa A. Romano, Danica Harris Ph.D., Rachael Maddox
Satyen Raja, Terri Cole, Hiro Boga, Harry Pickens, Christine Hassler
Nisha Moodley, Elizabeth DiAlto, Raven Wells, Nora Alwah, Robert Kandell
Maya Luna, Marshall Burtcher, Nicole Lewis-Keeber, Lisa Fabrega, Alanja Forsberg
Dr. Amie Apigian, Dr. Martin Rosen, Kelly Notaras, Regina Smith, Renee Airya Chan
Sheleana Aiyana, Aumatma Shah, Melissa Kathryn Farley, Shiroko Sokitch, Dr. Catherine Clinton, ND
Erica Jacobs, Arden Leigh, Audra Baker, Buster Rådvik, Rachel Rickards
LiYana Silver, Dr. Allison Snowden, Annalissa Vicencio, Deborah Wilder, Heather Knight
Tara Dawn, Jack Mason-Goodall, Debi Silber, Sara Sophia Eisenman, Keesha Ewers
emily joy rosen, your host...
emily is an artist, entrepreneur, writer, and transformation junkie devoted to the practice of helping us see our challenges as opportunities for growth, as an invitation to turn our wounds into wings. founder of secret keepers, an inspirational company where personal growth meets art, emily creates offerings such as jewelry with a story, programs for creative expression, communities for supportive kinship, thought-provoking prose, and spoken word pieces to honor our sometimes messy, beautiful human experience.
she also serves as the ceo of the institute for the psychology of eating, where she oversees business development strategies, marketing, public relations, student affairs and program development. with an extensive background in nutritional science, counseling, mind body practices, conscious sexuality, the culinary arts, business management, and marketing, emily has spearheaded the institute into an international organization that helps transform the lives of millions of people each year. prior to her role at the institute, emily was the long-term nutrition director for wellness camps and programs serving teens and adults, had a private counseling practice, and held the position of executive chef at several retreat centers.this path was a dramatic pivot from her degree in painting and printing at rhode island school of design, but her decade-long journey with an eating disorder inspired her passion for health and transformation and her dedication to helping others finally find freedom with food and body.