Healing the Fear that Hides: An Online Course
Top-Rated 4-hour Online Course (CE's Available) on Biologically Based Fear Responses and What To Do About Them
This moment is calling for an even greater focus toward empathy and connection.
This training examines trauma’s effect on brain development and how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) create repeated fear responses and disrupt the ‘‘felt safety’’ (neuroception) needed for the attachment and regulation centers of the brain to develop and work properly. Neuroscience is thus demonstrating that some of the most challenging behaviors connected with trauma are actually biologically based fear responses more related to fear based dysregulation and survival skills than intractable behavior.
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