Tools and Resources
I am so thrilled to have been invited to share the wisdom and tools of my training in somatic healing on another coach's podcast. Life Coach Raizel Shusterman interviewed me to discuss somatic healing and self regulation. Unlike standard mental health therapy that focuses primarily on the mind, somatic therapy incorporates body-oriented modalities to support clients through their healing journeys. On this podcast episode, I share the benefits of somatic experience. In addition I model a five-minute exercise to give a taste of some of the practical tools of this method. I hope the episode will leave you intrigued and interested to find out more about the somatic healing experience.
Tools for Self-Care
Enjoy these FREE journaling tools that my clients and I find extremely useful and transformative.
Newlywed Advice: Part I
In the middle of the Covid-19 lockdown, Pinney and I shared some insights for couples entering a new relationship that are relevant at any time, pandemic or no pandemic.
In this first clip we describe the three stages of marriage and introduce the concept of conflict management:
Invest Your Time: Part II
Make time for each other—talk, laugh, and have fun together!
Create a Vision: Part III
Find out what a Relationship Roadmap is and how to make one.
From Conflict to Connection: Class I
For a taste of what we do: Pinney and I gave this presentation several years ago for Adai Ad, an organization that empowers couples to nurture and improve their relationships.
Co-Creating the Vision: Class II
In this talk, Pinney and I explain the importance of commitment and why both partners should invest in creating a vision for the relationship. It is essential to building the marriage you desire. When you have a vision of what you want for your marriage and family, you can proactively work toward that.
We explain how the traditional model has changed over the years and why relationships are undergoing a shift in order to fit with the ideals of a free society.
Gifting Your Relationship with Change: III
Pinney and I talk about how we can create change. We discuss key dialogue points and other important communication tools. This one's my favorite because you can see us talking, not just hear us.