Janina Fisher: Alienating Oneself
Traumatised children suppress issues surrounding their traumatic existence to create what appears to be a normal daily life. This is done by alienating themselves. This can have dire mental health consequences.
Janina Fisher explains this “splitting” through developments in neuroscience and our ability as humans to dissociate from our emotions to build a more socially acceptable image.
In this upcoming Australian workshop Janina Fisher focuses on techniques to heal the fragmented selves of trauma survivors.
Janina Fisher in Australia, February-March 2017
Janina Fisher and Pat Ogden, both highly acclaimed master clinicians, wrote Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment.
Janina Fisher PhD will be presenting a series of two-day workshops in which participants will learn how to assess and make sense of trauma-based symptoms and how to apply neurobiologically informed treatment techniques in clinical practice.
Offer a proven and successful treatment technique for trauma resolution.
Byron Clinic and Trauma Resolution