- November 11, 2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Instructor: Marsha Smith
Felt Meaning and Transforming Fear Reactions to fear often happen before one has time to experience the actual felt sense of a situation. Body centered therapy offers a mindful way to let a bodily felt sense form, before ‘reacting’ to fear with the limited set of usual options such as fight or flight. The “bodily felt” sense can produce an opening to more meaning and new options for moving forward, giving a person more choices in how they respond to challenging situations.
This workshop provides an experiential introduction to body-centered Focusing therapy for therapists, healing and health professionals, teachers, and all those interested to learn about a powerful process for personal, spiritual and therapeutic growth. Come find out how it will help you help yourself and others utilizing this dynamic process.
About the Instructor
Marsha Smith, LCSW, has been a person-centered, holistic psychotherapist for 25 years. In her practice she supports people to enhance their natural abilities and resilience to deal well with challenges and live more fully. She trains and supervises psychotherapists and healing professionals and facilitates Focusing/mindfulness classes. Visit www.marshasmithcounseling.com for more information on her work.