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van der Kolk, Bessel: Trauma, Body and the Brain (englisch)
Restoring the Capacity for Synchronicity and Imagination

The body keeps the score: overwhelming experiences are lived out in heartbreak and gut wrenching sensations, which leaves survivors feeling unsafe, frazzled, on edge, overwhelmed and shut down. The trauma that started outside is lived out in the theater of the body. As a result, survivors no longer feel safe inside their own skin. Recovery from trauma involves learning how to restore a sense of visceral safety and reclaiming a loving relationship with one’s self, one’s entire organism. Awareness of physical sensations forms the very foundation of our human consciousness. Healing can only occur if survivors can feel safe, self-led, and effective. (...)


Vortrag im Rahmen des Kongresses "Reden reicht nicht!?", Heidelberg, 26. - 29. Mai 2016
12,33 €
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van der Kolk, Bessel: Trauma, Körper und das Gehirn
Restoring the Capacity for Synchronicity and Imagination

The body keeps the score: overwhelming experiences are lived out in heartbreak and gut wrenching sensations, which leaves survivors feeling unsafe, frazzled, on edge, overwhelmed and shut down. The trauma that started outside is lived out in the theater of the body. As a result, survivors no longer feel safe inside their own skin. Recovery from trauma involves learning how to restore a sense of visceral safety and reclaiming a loving relationship with one’s self, one’s entire organism. Awareness of physical sensations forms the very foundation of our human consciousness. Healing can only occur if survivors can feel safe, self-led, and effective. (...)


Vortrag im Rahmen des Kongresses "Reden reicht nicht!?", Heidelberg, 26. - 29. Mai 2016
12,33 €
auch als Download
van der Kolk, Bessel: What Attachment and Neuroscience Research have taught us for the ef...
Prior to 1980, hundreds of thousands of veterans returned from Vietnam with symptoms that did not fit into an existing diagnosis. The introduction of the PTSD diagnosis in the DSM III made it possible for their condition to be recognized and for treatments to be developed. Today we are in a similar situation. While there are ten times as many children in the US who annually are reported as victims of domestic violence, neglect and abuse than there are combat soldiers with PTSD from Iraq and Afghanistan, they live in a diagnostic void, and hence are condemned to receive treatments that are likely to be ineffective, and therefore put them at risk to grow up to be unproductive, expensive, potentially dangerous, and long-suffering members of our society. (...)

Vorkongress im Rahmen des Kongresses "Reden reicht nicht!?", Heidelberg, 26. - 29. Mai 2016
ab 32,51 €
van der Kolk, Besselv. d. Kolk, B.: What Attachment and Neuroscience Research have taught...
... of Developmental Trauma
Prior to 1980, hundreds of thousands of veterans returned from Vietnam with symptoms that did not fit into an existing diagnosis. The introduction of the PTSD diagnosis in the DSM III made it possible for their condition to be recognized and for treatments to be developed. Today we are in a similar situation. While there are ten times as many children in the US who annually are reported as victims of domestic violence, neglect and abuse than there are combat soldiers with PTSD from Iraq and Afghanistan, they live in a diagnostic void, and hence are condemned to receive treatments that are likely to be ineffective, and therefore put them at risk to grow up to be unproductive, expensive, potentially dangerous, and long-suffering members of our society. (...)

Vorkongress im Rahmen des Kongresses "Reden reicht nicht!?", Heidelberg, 26. - 29. Mai 2016
ab 43,16 €
van der Kolk, Bessel: Trauma, Body and the Brain (englisch)
Restoring the Capacity for Synchronicity and Imagination

The body keeps the score: overwhelming experiences are lived out in heartbreak and gut wrenching sensations, which leaves survivors feeling unsafe, frazzled, on edge, overwhelmed and shut down. The trauma that started outside is lived out in the theater of the body. As a result, survivors no longer feel safe inside their own skin. Recovery from trauma involves learning how to restore a sense of visceral safety and reclaiming a loving relationship with one’s self, one’s entire organism. Awareness of physical sensations forms the very foundation of our human consciousness. Healing can only occur if survivors can feel safe, self-led, and effective. (...)


Vortrag im Rahmen des Kongresses "Reden reicht nicht!?", Heidelberg, 26. - 29. Mai 2016
16,26 €
van der Kolk, Bessel: Trauma, Körper und das Gehirn
Die Fähigkeit für Synchronizität und Imagination wiederlangen

Der Körper bringt es zum Ausdruck: Überwältigende Erfahrungen werden in Form von gebrochenem Herzen und herzzerreißenden Empfindungen erlebt, die den Überlebenden unsicher, erschöpft, nervös, überwältigt und verschlossen zurücklassen. Das Trauma begann zwar im Außen, wird aber auf der Schaubühne des Körpers erlebt. Ergebnis ist, dass Überlebende sich nicht mehr sicher fühlen in ihrer Haut. Genesung von Trauma beinhaltet, aufs Neue ein Gefühl von viszeraler Sicherheit wiederzuerlangen, und sich mit dem gesamten Organismus wieder in eine liebevolle Beziehung zu sich selbst aufzubauen. Das Gewahrsein physischer Empfindungen bildet den Grundstock unseres menschlichen Bewusstseins. Heilung kann nur geschehen, wenn Überlebende sich sicher, selbstbestimmt und effektiv erleben. (...)


Vortrag im Rahmen des Kongresses "Reden reicht nicht!?", Heidelberg, 26. - 29. Mai 2016
16,26 €
   
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