Hosted by Dr. Diane Poole Heller…

LIVE Expert Spotlight Training

Rewiring the Traumatized Brain

Learn a potent, brain-based approach that helps you and your clients recognize and regulate an over-activated nervous system.

Featuring Lisa Wimberger, founder of the Neurosculpting® Institute

October 27, 2022 (Thursday)
1 pm ET / 11 am MT / 10 am PT

In this FREE, 90-Minute Live Training Class, We’ll Cover:

1

The Science Behind the Brain and Trauma

We’ll explore how the brain responds to traumatic stress—and get a better understanding of how it’s possible to engage the brain’s neuroplasticity to re-pattern experiences and improve well-being.

2

How To Calm and Regulate the Nervous System

You’ll learn how to quickly identify the signs of trauma that gets trapped in our body and nervous system––and you’ll be introduced to a simple framework that begins to calm and reset the nervous system to speed relief and recovery.

3

Daily Practices to Build and Support the Brain’s Neuroplasticity

We’ll share simple practices and techniques that can be incorporated into any daily routine to address trauma, cultivate self-awareness, restore nervous system balance and enhance the brain’s neuroplasticity.

Plus, get instant access to a FREE BONUS eBook when you register…

The Limbic Brain:

What It Does For Us And What We Can Do For It

It’s our way of saying THANK YOU for attending!

Download your free PDF copy immediately after you register for the live training.

Our limbic system supports many functions needed for survival. But when we’ve experienced trauma, it can create a dysfunctional limbic system, which can cause chronic harm to the body.

This practical eBook maps out best practices you can use to down-regulate an overactive nervous system, so you can begin to help yourself and clients combat chronic stress patterns.

Free Training Class + LIVE Q&A

REWIRING THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN

Learn a potent, brain-based approach that helps you and your clients recognize and regulate an over-activated nervous system.

Join us for this FREE 90-minute training featuring Lisa Wimberger and hosted by Dr. Diane Poole Heller

October 27, 2022 (Thursday)
1 pm ET / 11 am MT / 10 am PT

Can’t attend live? Register now and we’ll send you a free replay recording.

Introducing Lisa Wimberger

Lisa Wimberger is the founder of the Neurosculpting® Institute and co-founder of the NeuroPraxis App.

Lisa is the author of seven books—including New Beliefs, New Brain: Free Yourself from Stress and Fear and Neurosculpting: A Whole-Brain Approach to Heal Trauma, Rewrite Limiting Beliefs and Find Wholeness and has helped improve the lives and well-being of thousands of individuals, business leaders, first responders and therapists who suffer from emotional blocks, stress disorders and self-imposed limitations.

She holds a Master’s Degree in Education, a Foundation’s Certification in NeuroLeadership and has certificates in Medical Neuroscience, Visual Perception and the Brain, and Neurobiology.

Today, Lisa runs multiple companies and has over 60 international Neurosculpting franchises. She also runs a private meditation coaching practice and is a keynote speaker and faculty member of Kipalu Yoga and Meditation Center, the Law Enforcement Survival Institute, Omega Institute and 1440 Multiversity.

About Diane Poole Heller

Diane Poole Heller PhD, is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and teaching expert in the field of adult attachment theory and trauma resolution.

Her signature approach—DARe (Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning experience)—provides therapists and individuals with relevant skills and practical exercises that facilitate healing from attachment and trauma wounds.

Through various training programs, books, lectures and her own work as a clinical therapist, Dr. Heller has helped a countless number of people in their healing journey towards experiencing greater intimacy, wholeness and more fulfilling relationships.

She believes that when we heal ourselves first, we heal our families, our communities and the world as a whole.

“When you reduce your susceptibility to vicarious trauma, you can become a more effective and efficient clinician. Lisa’s framework gives you the tools and training to reduce your own stress and anxiety.”

-Dr. Diane Poole Heller

How Can The Brain Help Calm Trauma?

Why is it that people with trauma may find it more difficult to make meaningful connections, regulate their emotions or recover from chronic stress?

The limbic system is the part of our brain that keeps us safe and helps ensure survival. It also facilitates memory storage and retrieval—linking the conscious, intellectual functions of the cerebral cortex with the unconscious, autonomic function of the brain stem.

When our brain senses danger, the limbic system activates emotional and behavioral responses in an attempt to protect us, including the fight, flight, freeze or fawn response. Usually, once the danger has passed, we’re able to calm down.

But people who experience prolonged stress or trauma often have a limbic system that’s constantly over activated, where the brain searches for danger (even when it’s not there).

And when we’re unable to calm or down-regulate our nervous system, long-term overexposure to cortisol and other stress hormones can disrupt body processes and put us at an increased risk of mental health problems like sadness, hopelessness, anxiety and depression.

Learn a potent, brain-based approach that helps you and your clients recognize and regulate an over-activated nervous system.

As therapists, first responders, counselors or coaches, we’re often exposed to more trauma than other people.

And unless we have training, strategies or support in place to better protect ourselves, we may take on secondary trauma—or the stress that results from helping or wanting to help someone who is traumatized and suffering.

Like our clients, we too may begin to exhibit trauma symptoms—where we’re feeling stressed, “burned out,” anxious or sad. We may even lash out in anger or have trouble focusing.

The truth is…it’s just as important to regulate our own nervous system as it is to calm down our client’s trauma response. But how do we make our own self-care a priority?

The bottom-line is…when you get the proper training to reduce your own stress and anxiety, you not only reduce your susceptibility to vicarious trauma, you can also engage in more meaningful and effective therapy with clients.

In this special training class, Lisa Wimberger will introduce you to a brain-based approach that promotes neuroplasticity and improves our ability to address chronic stress patterns…

Learn how to regulate the nervous system, develop greater self-awareness and reinstate a sense of peace and calm.

During this 90-minute training, Lisa will share the same powerful, brain-based approach taught to thousands of veterans, first responders and mental health professionals around the world.

She’ll explain the theory behind the framework—and show you how to incorporate simple (and effective) practices into a daily routine to help you and your clients identify and regulate an over-activated nervous system.

This FREE training is a must attend if…

Free Training Class + LIVE Q&A

REWIRING THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN

REWIRING THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN

Join us for this FREE 90-minute training featuring Lisa Wimberger and hosted by Dr. Diane Poole Heller

October 27, 2022 (Thursday)
1 pm ET / 11 am MT / 10 am PT

Can’t attend live? Register now and we’ll send you a free replay recording.

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