In Vivo Somatic Experiencing: Relieving the effects of trauma

Posted on 24 October 2012

Jacqueline CarletonJacqueline A. Carleton, PhD offers integrative treatment, bridging the fields of body psychotherapy and psychoanalysis with her own life-experience.  Jacquie generously explains the healing principles of the body in the therapeutic process. To make the principles more clear and accessible, she generously offers her own story about handling the trauma of going into cardiac arrest and spending five days in the ICU after a hip replacement.  Jaquie tells of how she and her daughter, a medical student, worked slowly and gently with each other, helping to relieve the effects of trauma. As one who appreciates ever-deepening her expertise, Jacquie is always involved in learning as well as sharing her knowledge. Be the Change host Amy first met Jacquie when she assisted a Somatic Experiencing course in NYC.  This interview is a wonderful example of working with healing principles through body awareness.

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