- 1670 S. Amphlett Blvd. San Mateo, CA 94402
- 900 North San Antonio Road, Suite 101 Los Altos, CA 94022
Shay provides a healing practice combining the theories of western psychology and eastern philosophies. Shay’s work takes clients through a well-contained journey of finding and overcoming beliefs, which have prevented them from reaching their full potential and from enjoying life to its fullest.hay works with adults, couples, parents, and beings from all walks of life, who wish to make a change in the way they live.
Methods applied in Shay’s work:
- Somatic approach to healing trauma
- Embodied Healing Touch
- Recreation of the Self (RC-S)
- Mind-Body Integration
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Beyond attachment: Shifting relational habits from insecurity to inner security
Lead Teacher: Shirley Dvir, MFT, Ph.D. Student
Teachers: Erica Berman MFT, Jacki Hull MFT, Lu Jackson MFT, Traci Uchida MFT.
Join us for a six-month course on healing developmental and relational wounds. Relational Somatic Healing is a unique modality that provides the client with an opportunity to study their relational habits and to fully experience a healthy bonding. By shifting clients’ way of connecting with their therapists in the here and now, clients can be more connected with themselves and others outside of the therapeutic setting. This transformational work can lead to lifelong changes such as regulation, resilience, embodiment, empowerment, and inner joy.
What will you learn?
Core principles of Relational Somatic Healing
Working with the internal state of the practitioner
Shifting from a hierarchical, role-based perspective to a relational, experiential perspective in therapy
New skills of receiving information in the therapeutic relationship
- How to use the relationship between therapist and client as a blueprint for change
- Deepening connection through statements and questions
How to utilize countertransference
- The map of healthy relational bonding
- How to provide a healing experience and shift from trauma vortex to healing vortex.
Module one is a prerequisite to our touch training and is also valuable as a stand-alone training for those interested in transformative relational somatic practice without the use of touch.
In person Dates 2022:
5 weekends Saturday-Sunday, 9:30-4:30:
Oct - 15 & 16
Nov - 19 & 20
Dec - 17 & 18
Jan - 14 & 15
Feb - 11 & 12
2149 Byron Street, Berkeley, CA, 94702
Payment plans and CE’s available
For registration or any inquiries please email relationalsomatichealing@