In Podcast 13, we’re going to explore how to better understand the situations we find ourselves in, both within us and around us. This awareness is truly foundational to practicing the Art of Dynamic Competence. We are joined today by Bethany Crawley, who is doing some extraordinary work in somatic mindfulness and having great success with complex relational trauma including PTSD. In addition to her private practice, Bethany is working with medical personnel at multiple hospitals and health service providers to enhance existing treatment of these complex traumas, providing critical relief to patients.
After years of self-exploration of her own trauma, Bethany took her unique approach and combined it with cutting edge theory and practice and became certified in mindfulness. She also completed advanced training as a trauma specialist from the Justice Resource Institute’s Center for Trauma and Embodiment.
In this podcast, Bethany explores how we can focus on our bodies and what we are sensing as a way to create pauses and self-regulatory practices that allow is to tap into our mindfulness and begin to rewire our neurology. With this skill, we can create a robust internal coping infrastructure that not only eases some of the suffering we feel but also allows us to make more self-aware choices in our lives. These skills become a critical foundation to successfully adjusting to the changes that arise before us.
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