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Long after danger has passed, the nervous system may still remember trauma. . .
. . . which can leave clients feeling hypervigilant, dissociative, or numb for years to come.
So to help clients heal, we need to understand what makes traumatic memory so overwhelming, and the most effective ways to work with it.
Not only that, we need strategies so clients can “unlearn” the nervous system’s response to trauma.
That’s why we created a course that focuses solely on how to work with traumatic memories that get embedded in the nervous system.
Three of the world’s top experts will share how they treat clients who have experienced trauma. This new program brings together their sharpest strategies for working with traumatic memory.
La esposa del granjero sólo quería rescatar la manzana que se había caído en un hoyo, pero una serie de sucesos inesperados nos enseña una valiosa lección sobre cómo resolver un problema. Nuestra voluntaria Alessia nos cuenta esta historia. #CuentaCuentosFCIE
The deadline for the ISF & UNESCO global storytelling competition has been extended to 31 May. And it’s now open to ALL 12- to 18-year-olds worldwide!
Write 250 to 500 words (in English or French) on the theme: “Once upon a time in my future…”
We need you to help spread the word! Share this post with your children, grandchildren, their friends, and teachers.
And remember the winners will have their stories published in a special hardcover edition as well as attend a ceremony at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
With so much of the world in lockdown, what better time to reflect on what might be?
Ligia, una de las voluntarias de Fundación CIE, creó este fantástico video para contar la historia de “El Hombre y el Zorro” de Idries Shah.
As countries around the world try to slow the spread of COVID-19 with lockdowns, quarantines and stay-at-home orders, forcing most people into prolonged home confinement, those with abusive partners and family members face a greater danger of domestic abuse.