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The Neuroscience of Trauma & Addictions – seen through the Systemic Constellation Lens – how the brain can heal

 

Venue: 24 Greencoat Place, London, SW1P 1RD
When: Thursday 10th and Friday 11th May 2018, from 10.00 – 5.30pm
Costs: The price for this conference is £325, but if you would like to book before 31st January there is an early bird price of £260 available.
With: Sarah Peyton
Refreshments: Tea and coffee from 09.30am

We are delighted to welcome back to the UK, by popular demand, Sarah Peyton. Sarah is a certified trainer of Nonviolent Communication, she integrates constellations, interpersonal neurobiology and the healing of trauma and affect regulation in her workshops all over the world. 

Brief Synopsis

 

Sarah will be looking at the neuroscience of trauma and addictions through the lens of constellations, and how constellations actually heal the brain.  Sarah will also help us to look at our own brains interplay with our emotions, values and our longings so that we can begin to understand the purpose of our negative self-talk and the stress we hold from past trauma.

With clarity and exercises, Sarah synthesises the latest developments in neuroscience, trauma treatment, and the power of empathy into an effective healing method that literally re wires our brain and restores our capacity for self-love, emotional regulation, and well-being.

 Her workshop will include:

  1. An Overview: Engaging the Brain in Constellation Work
  2. How does Neuroscience help us Facilitate Trauma-Informed Constellations?
  3. How to disengage our nervous systems from addictions and choiceless behaviours
  4. Engaging our brain’s capacity for empathy and healing

Sarah Peyton

Sarah has been a guest lecturer at the Bernreid International Intensives since 2014 and her lectures have been reproduced in the Knowing Field International Constellations Journal.

Sarah is the author of a chapter on constellations and health in Stephan Hausner’s latest book Salutogene Aufstellungen.

To find out more about Sarah’s work, visit: http://empathybrain.com

Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing

Your Resonant Self is a brilliant book that brings together brain research with resonant/empathic communications’ technology.  With real stories and guided meditations, Sarah Peyton shows how to heal emotional pain and illustrates how that healing alters the brain, creating lasting change. 

From healing shame and self-hate to overcoming phobias and addictions, this book has it all.  Melanie Sears, RN, MBA, PhD

Published by Norton Publishing and available from Amazon and major book sellers.

This conference represents 16 hours of continuing professional development (CPD). Certificates of Attendance will be issued after the conference on request.

For more information or help with booking you place, please contact elena@thecsc.net or call +44 (0) 7880995057

Directions

National Rail / Underground
Victoria Station

Bus
2, 36, 185, 436, 507 – Rochester Row
11, 24, 148, 211 – Westminster Cathedral
2, 16, 36, 52, 73, 82, 436 – Victoria Station

Instructions to walk from Victoria Station:

Arriving from the Victoria line or a National Rail line 
Take the Wilton Road exit (near Platform 2-7 of National Rail) and make a right on Wilton Road, take the first left under the buildings (Neathouse Place) and make a right on Vauxhall Bridge road; take the first left (Francis Street), the first right (Willow Place), the first left (Greencoat Place), cross Stillington Street and keep going straight. You have arrived.

Arriving from the Circle and/or District Line
The exit is on Victoria Street. Make a right on Victoria Street and follow this street until you see the Westminster Cathedral on your right. Take the street along the left side of the Cathedral (Ambrosden Avenue) and at its end, take Windsor place, the tiny street on the right of the Windsor Castle pub (in front of you). At the end of Windsor Place, take right on Greencoat Place: you have arrived.

24, Greencoat Place

Booking Information

 
Course: The Neuroscience of Trauma & Addictions
To Book: Please click the green ‘booking’ button at the top of the page and follow the instructions.
Cancellation Policies: Please note that once payment is made for this course, 35% of the fee is non-refundable, whatever the reason for cancellation. For cancellations made less than 1 month before the course starts, no refund will be given.

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The Neuroscience of Trauma & Addictions

May 10, 2018 - May 11, 2018

| £260.00

The Neuroscience of Trauma & Addictions – Seen Through the Systemic Constellation Lens with Sarah Peyton

Thursday and Friday 10 & 11 May 2018 (10am – 5.30pm)

The workshop will start promptly at 10am. Tea and coffee will be available from 9.30am.

Finish will be 5.30pm on both days.

Venue: 24 Greencoat Place, London, SW1P 1RD

Sarah will be looking at the neuroscience of trauma and addictions through the lens of constellations, and how constellations actually heal the brain.  Sarah will also help us to look at our own brains interplay with our emotions, values and our longings so that we can begin to understand the purpose of our negative self-talk and the stress we hold from past trauma. With clarity and exercises, Sarah synthesises the latest developments in neuroscience, trauma treatment, and the power of empathy into an effective healing method that literally re wires our brain and restores our capacity for self-love, emotional 

Cost:  Early bird £260 (until 31st January 2018) Full fee £325

Cancellation policy:  Please note that once payment is made for this course, 35% of the fee is non-refundable, whatever the reason for cancellation. For cancellations made less than 1 month before the course starts, no refund will be given.

For more information or help with your booking please contact Elena on elena@thecsc.net

Details

Start:
May 10, 2018 at 10:00 am
End:
May 11, 2018 at 5:30 pm
Cost:
£260.00
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Venue

24 Greencoat Place
London, SW1P 1RD United Kingdom

Organizer

The Centre for Systemic Constellations