Grieving our Lost Childhoods

led by Dr. Janina Fisher 

Therapists know the cost to their clients when these losses are never acknowledged or comforted. And because grief is such a painful emotion, the universal instinct of all human beings is to avoid feelings of sorrow.  That leaves our clients angry at the failure of their attachment figures or angry at themselves for not being good enough to be loved, unable to resolve their grief because it is too frightening to ‘go there.’

Topics include: 

  •    The physical and emotional consequences of acute loss
  •    The practice of “mindful grieving”
  •    Sensorimotor Psychotherapy interventions for regulating the intensity of grief

FEE: $40