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Sun, Feb 21


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Sarah Peyton: Healing Shame with NVC and Relational Neuroscience

Do you ever stumble over old memories and suddenly find yourself in a spiral of pain and shame?

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Sarah Peyton: Healing Shame with NVC and Relational Neuroscience
Sarah Peyton: Healing Shame with NVC and Relational Neuroscience

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Feb 21, 2021, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Zoom (receive the link after you register)

About the event


Do you sometimes wake up on the wrong side of the bed and spend  several hours trying to find your mattering? Do you ever live with a  sense that everyone else understands something about being alive that  you have missed? All of these experiences are linked with the intense  flood of cortisol that rises in us when we lose our connection with  others, or when we have had to find our own way without support – a  flood of cortisol which we commonly call shame. Join Sarah Peyton for a  two hour exploration of how we can use our NVC skills and our knowledge  of relational neuroscience to heal ourselves of shame and the pain that  comes with it.

Zoom link sent with registration. Recording sent to all registered.

This  event occurs monthly on the third Sunday, to support NVC understanding and practice.

We  welcome new participants at any level. It’s fun when a ‘newbie’ comes  and we, ‘newbies’ not so long ago, suddenly see that we’ve learned  something important we can pass on, at the same time deepening our  understanding of new contexts. If you're already skilled in NVC, we  would enjoy sharing support and companionship.

$$ info:  The requested fee is $30-$60 per person. Click here if the cost would keep you from coming. Sustainability is important to  us. Service is even more so, which we can't do unless you show up!

More about NVC- Nonviolent Communication internationally or locally.

Sarah Peyton teaches and speaks internationally about the ways that  relationship and language transform the brain, and how they prevent and  heal trauma. By applying complex neuroscience concepts to real life,  with stories, role plays of research, meditations and engaging  dialogues, audience members leave Sarah’s presentations with more wisdom  and self-compassion, often making sense to themselves for the first  time.

Sarah has presented in businesses, universities,  non-profits, conferences, prisons, hospitals, and churches. She is  available for keynote speeches, workshops, plenary talks, podcasts,  webinars, in-person and on-line trainings and constellation work for  families and groups of professionals.

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