Living in a Scary World: Is it possible to tap ourselves out of uncertainty and helplessness?
Ukraine. Afghanistan. Wildfires. George Floyd. Thousands of unmarked graves. #FreedomConvoy. Families divided by politics. Growing economic uncertainty. And a worldwide pandemic that to date has killed at least 37,000 people in Canada alone, and has left us feeling disconnected, angry and scared. Are we coping? How can we possibly cope?
In this experiential workshop, we will use a lens of Polyvagal Theory, introduced by Stephen Porges, PhD, to help us understand the impact of these threats on our nervous systems. Can we use EFT tapping to move us from fear, helplessness and chronic overwhelm to safety, hope and connection? Is it possible to climb the autonomic ladder just by tapping? Let’s find out together.
Sue Cooperstock, MSW, RSW, spent the first 25 years of her professional career in hospital- then community-based mental health settings. She transitioned into private practice in 2013 and began to integrate tapping into her psychotherapeutic work at that time. Sue is delighted to be a part of this EFT Gathering for a second time.
Find Sue’s website at suecooperstock.com.