Dr. Porges will join fellow thought leaders in two upcoming online summits. We are excited to make you aware of them and provide you with Dr. Porges’ invitation to attend.
Diane Heller’s “The Attachment and Trauma Healing Summit”
The Attachment and Trauma Healing Summit is a focused week-long event (9/21-28) featuring one speaker and training workshop every day! On the day of each training, you can listen for free, or you can choose to purchase all the recordings.
Dr. Porges’ presentation, “Demystifying the Body’s Response to Trauma: A Polyvagal Perspective” will be aired on September 28th at 11am MT.
Here are the experts and their presentation topic:
Richard Schwartz Ph.D. – IFS and Working with Trauma
Ronald D. Siegel, PsyD – Mindfulness in Trauma Treatment: Fitting the Practice to the Person
Lisa Ferentz, LCSW-C DAPA – Helping Clients Heal From Sexual Trauma
David Grand, Ph.D. – Brainspotting – Reaching the Hidden Realm of the Brain
Bonnie Goldstein, Ph.D. – Engaging the body to Overcome Trauma and Face Transitions
Peter Levine, Ph.D. – Autonomic Dysregulation Syndrome
Deb Dana, LCSW – Navigating the Nervous System
Stephen Porges, Ph.D. – Demystifying the Body’s Response to Trauma
To get access to The Attachment and Trauma Healing Summit make sure you register by clicking here.
Collective Trauma Online Summit, Thomas Hübl Onlin
Join for free to get full access to the First Ever Collective Trauma Online Summit to learn from 25+ Leading Visionaries, Psychotherapists, Mediators, Researchers and Peacemakers from October 12 – October 20, 2019.
Dr. Porges’ presentation, “Taking the Wrapper Off: Collective Trauma Through the Lens of Polyvagal Theory”, will air October 17th for 48 hours.
The talks aim to advance understanding of the social symptoms of collective trauma that have been passed down through generations and how we can get to the root of the conflicts that continue to divide people and nations.
We live in a time where we must tend to our collective wounds – integrating the past suffering inflicted through human action.
By acknowledging the need for global collaboration and creativity, we can face planetary challenges and have the potential to evolve into a thriving global citizenship.