During this current crisis, as well as in the face of everyday stress, emotional self-regulation is a highly beneficial competency. Once we understand the mechanisms of self-regulation, we are better equipped to practice co-regulation, which is the ability to adjust ourselves in how we interact with other people.
During these sessions, participations will:
- Be guided in recognizing their own stress patterns and learn tools for shifting their awareness to understanding their own inner processes.
- Deepen their understanding of the different aspects of regulation; Module 1: Self-regulation, Module 2: Co-regulation, Module 3: Group coherence
- Have the opportunity to engage in a highly experiential and uniquely interactive session, with an opportunity to ask the facilitator questions
At the end of this series, participants will have learned the advanced competencies that can be applied both during times of high stress and in everyday experiences. It is recommended that you participate in all three modules to receive maximum benefit.
Facilitator bio: Thomas Hubl is an internationally renowned facilitator, teacher, and author. Over the past 18 years, Thomas has led online and in-person courses, as well as multi-day retreats with tens of thousands of people around the topics of collective trauma, personal development, relational competencies, and healing. His gentle and highly perceptive approach to listening deeply to participants allows for a safe and compassionate environment that values openness and group listening. He incorporates a variety of mindfulness-based practices, including meditation, in his sessions. He is the author of the forthcoming book, “Healing Collective Trauma: A process for Integrating our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds.”