Trauma Care: How to Reparent Your Intrusive Thoughts
What you'll learn
- Learn about the power of the parasympathetic nervous system.
- Learn about how bodies hold and release traumatic stress.
- Note intrusive thoughts.
- Witness feelings.
- Turn to the body with reparenting when intrusive thoughts and feelings arise.
- No prerequisites.
You are about to embark on a beautiful journey to inner peace. It may sound easier said than done, but Dr. Hannah Alila Joharchi will walk you through ways to feel more aligned and authentically you. Address Intrusive Thoughts and Feelings with Full Acceptance and Gentleness.
-Learn about your intrusive thoughts.
-Recognize what comes up for you.
-Tend to your thoughts differently.
You’re about to learn a whole new way to approach those hurtful thoughts.
Those thoughts that keep you up at night or the feelings surging through your body will no longer control the ship. You are not weird or odd with these thoughts and feelings. You are certainly not alone if you continue to be one of your own worst critics. There are five main approaches to addressing your internal chaos that can help you live a more balanced, gentler life. Dr. Joharchi has utilized these strategies in her clinical practice and finds them people going through all sorts of internal sufferings.
Dr. Joharchi will go over what's behind intrusive thoughts and what can be done to notice them. She will use her years of experience with patients from all over the world to support you in recovering from these looping, painful thoughts in order to be able to recognize what comes up for you in your body and spirit. Her combination of gentleness and skill in the field of psychology will help you transform the way you tend to your thoughts no longer needing to stuff and push them away to only have them pop back up just hours, minutes, or seconds later. This course was designed for people who have been told to change or ignore their thoughts and feelings and know there’s more to life than squeezing away thoughts. This course was tailored especially for you who wants to try something different in order to tenderly address your most scary or hurtful thoughts in a gentle way.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for you if you want to feel rather than continuing to stuff, numb, escape and avoid what arises. If you have ever run from what arises, know you’re not alone and you have the capacity to sit with what comes up rather than keep running. You will learn how to release trauma in the mind through the body. We will go over some of the most helpful approaches to acknowledge and release intrusive thoughts through sensation awareness and parasympathetic nervous system activities. You will be able to identify a thought while feeling your feelings fully in your body.
Dr. Hannah Alia Joharchi is a licensed clinical psychologist dedicated to helping people recover from intergenerational trauma. Dr. Joharchi is a cisgender woman and LGBTQ healing provider. Her career and spiritual paths are dedicated to equitable care with marginalized populations. If you feel rejected by society because of colonized views of sexuality, ethnicity, gender, or abilities then Dr. Joharchi's approach to thoughts and feelings might be a fit for you.
Dr. Joharchi trained at Gallaudet University, Johns Hopkins, and various clinics, hospitals, and universities serving people who have been oppressed. She learned and continues to learn that these systemic oppressions as well as other abuses can cause intrusive thoughts and other suffering. Dr. Joharchi’s training and clinical practices are committed to connecting people to their own bodies, to other people, and to the universe as a whole.