At the core, trauma is about the loss of connection – to ourselves, our bodies, to our families, to others and the world around us. And, this loss of connection is often difficult to recognize because it can happen slowly over an extended period of time. We learn to adapt to the small changes without much notice. What we do notice is a sense that we do not feel quite right.
“Unspoken Voices” is taught by organizational psychologist and trauma informed therapist, Monique Rogers. This series will detail how the body holds trauma and techniques to help restore balance.
“A key to moving through trauma is learning to separate out the sensations, thoughts, images, and emotions of habitual traumatic patterning. When we can do this, these things begin to lose their hold on us. This is often where healing begins.” - Monique Rogers, MS, E-RYT