A way to transcend tough times
Dr. David Berceli will present “Transcend Your Toughest Times,” The Trauma Release Exercise, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at the Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
Life is stressful and frequently traumatic. Many of us are hurting, and many times we are unaware of how deeply we hurt. Painful experiences leave their marks, etched deep into the psyche and the body, affecting how well we function.
Transcend Your Toughest Times shows how the effects of stress, anxiety, and trauma have on our mental well-being and our physical health. Trauma is par for the course in any life, but even the most damaging events can become a pathway to a more fulfilling and meaningful experience.
David Berceli’s Trauma Release Process can be utilized by anyone, anywhere, even when professional help is beyond the individual’s reach. A person may use the process either as a stand-alone trauma release program or in conjunction with other modalities.
David Berceli, Ph.D. is a world-renowned authority in trauma and trauma release. He developed TRE (Trauma Release Exercise) program based on the body’s natural response to discharging trauma, which he now teaches to professionals.
The fee for the all-day workshop is $140 per person, and groups of more than five are eligible for a discount. Contact Jaclyn or Jan at 384-2880.
Participants may arrive early on Saturday to register.
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