Mindfulness-Based Somatic Counseling
with Sam Vittoria, CHP
Healing Power of Relationship
October 2 & 3, 2020
(limited to 14 participants)
Interpersonal Neurobiology looks deeply at the nature of being human and offers us a comprehensive understanding of ourselves, others, and our interconnectedness. It illuminates the innate wisdom of our bodies and the enormous power of relationships. Both our past and current relationships (whether with family, friends, romantic partners, colleagues, etc.) are deeply influencing our moment-to-moment perceptions, emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. We are constantly shaping each other’s brains and nervous systems in profound ways.
With the vision that Interpersonal Neurobiology provides, we can be active participants in developing ways of being that are healing for ourselves, each other, and the world. Understanding our neurobiology allows us to work in harmony with our body’s inherent wisdom and natural healing processes.
In this class you will:
- Learn how embodying the wisdom of Interpersonal Neurobiology can lead to meaningful lasting change.
- Discover ways of relating with yourself and others that are key to personal and relational wellbeing.
- Learn body-based practices that strengthen and integrate your brain and other neural systems, allowing you to cultivate greater resiliency, flexibility, stability, compassion, and presence.
You are invited to join us for this meaningful journey into the heart of being human.
Who might consider attending:
This training is for individuals, couples, and healing professionals. For individuals and couples, it offers a guide for personal wellbeing and for creating nourishing relationships. For healing professionals, it offers a ground that both informs and supports any healing modality.
This class will be facilitated by Sam Vittoria, CHP. Sam is a Mindfulness-Based Somatic Counselor, Certified Hakomi Practitioner, and Relational Neuroscience Educator. He is dedicated to cultivating a safe, warm, nonjudgmental space in which we can develop a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. Over the years, he has found that whole brain learning, which combines didactic and experiential processes, helps embody the principles so that they are available in our daily lives. He is continually integrating the discoveries of Interpersonal Neurobiology into his work and personal life. Out of this comes a deep passion and respect for the innate wisdom of our bodily systems, and the enormous role relationships play in our wellbeing.
Date and Location
October 2, 2020 - 3pm-5pm
October 3, 2020 - 10am-3pm (1 hour lunch break)
This class will be on Zoom.
Registration Fee: $110
There is a $30 cancellation fee after Sep 15th.
To Register for This Class
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For More Information
For further information, please contact Sam here.