Trained by Dr. Albert Wong,  Director of Somatic Psychology at JFK University & a leading clinician & educator in the field of somatics. Somatopia & Embodied Philosophy - Healing Trauma: Building Resilience & Weathering the Storm

Dr. Felicity de Zulueta

  • BSP - BrainSpotting® Certified Practitioner. Brainspotting locates points in the client’s visual field that help to access unprocessed trauma in the subcortical brain. (BSP) Brainspotting works with the deep brain and the body through its direct access to the autonomic and limbic systems within the body’s central nervous system & was discovered in 2003 by David Grand, Ph.D.







  • IFS Institute - Internal Family Systems current student of Dr. Richard Schwartz developer of Internal Family Systems (IFS).  In response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves. He focused on the relationships among these parts and noticed that there were systemic patterns to the way they were organized across clients. He also found that when the clients’ parts felt safe and were allowed to relax, the clients would experience spontaneously the qualities of confidence, openness, and compassion that Dr. Schwartz came to call the Self. He found that when in that state of Self, clients would know how to heal their parts.





  • Mirroring Hands Certified Practitioner. Mirroring Hands seeks to connect the client and the therapist to the natural flow, cycles and self-organising emergence that shift the client toward beneficial change. The technique enables clients to unlock their problem solving and mind–body healing capacities and arrive at resolution. The overall effect is to create an engaged connection and integration with the client’s natural, best self. Co-Author Richard Hill with Ernest Rossi.

















  • NAT - NeuroAffective Touch® Certification current student of Dr. Aline LaPierre - creator of NeuroAffective Touch® and director of The NeuroAffective Touch® Institute.







  • NARM - NeuroAffective Relational Model® Informed Professional - from faculty & Dr. Laurence Heller- founder of NARM® NeuroAffective Relational Model™ a specialized psychobiological approach to working with developmental trauma.  How Early Trauma Affects Self-Regulation, Self-Image, and the Capacity for Relationship. 







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"A brain Imbalance occurs when the two hemispheres of the brain are not equally developed and/or not communicating properly. 
When the two hemispheres of the brain are not balanced or synchronized, the imbalance interferes with the ability of the brain to share and integrate information. This means the brain cannot function as a whole.
This happens in the early stages of life and can persist in adulthood. The consequence of a brian imbalance is a functional disconnect between parts of the brain that must work together for optimal performance and neurological function.  Each of these pillars of brain development plays an important role in your quality of life.


A brain imbalances always leads to a postural imbalance which is at the core of all injuries and traning plateaus. Ultimately, a brain imbalance can also increase your stress hormones (cortisol), decrease your ability to recuperate, decrease your digestive enzymes, and lower your immune system function."
Dr. Robert Melillo is a world-renowned expert in developmental functional neurology, brain imbalances, hemispheric integration and the diagnosis and correction of most neurobehavioral disorders and learning disabilities. He has graduate degrees in clinical rehabilitation neuropsychology, neurology, neuroscience, and chiropractic. 

Frontiers in the Treatment of Trauma

​​www.inheritedtrauma.org​   Intergenerational Trauma Conference 2021

Dancer

Yoga Instructor 

Aquatic Therapist

Sensory Reprogramming

Trauma & PolyVagal

Informed Practitioner

Dr. Rachel Yehuda 




Any and all diagnosis can be present on this chart—as psychiatric diagnoses are connected to states being regulated or not regulated. This also explains the idea of states—and the importance of being aware of our states. This awareness can then lead to ways to create resiliency, and the importance cultivating non-trauma states like connection, gratitude, self-compassion, and mindfulness. 

So, in summary Polyvagal theory is a non-pathologizing lens that helps us better understand the nervous system and how it impacts the way we show up in the world, relationally and otherwise. It is critical to bring in this way of seeing as so much of our behavior is more about the physiology in our body rather than any kind of lack of strength or coping strategies. The good news is that we can all work toward improving our resiliency because resiliency is actually learned.

 

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Somatic   Therapies

Dr. Stephen Porges

"So when we become polyvagal-informed, we start understanding not only the other person’s response but also our responsibility to smile and have inflection in our voice, to help the person we’re talking to help their body feel safe."Stephen Porges, professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina and “Distinguished University Scientist” at Indiana University, where he has created the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium.

Dr. Peter Levine