Rewire your Resilience: The Science of Change

Supporting your Growth According to Hebb’s law, what fires together, wires together. Whatever you repeatedly think, feel, and sense builds new or strengthens existing patterns of neural connections in the brain. The science of neuroplasticity teaches us that our brains … Continue reading

Yoga and Internal Family Systems Therapy

Already Whole Yogic philosophy states that you are already whole and deeply connected to the world around you.  To engage in yoga does not make you more complete, rather the practice invites you to see past illusions and remove obstacles … Continue reading

Therapeutic Yoga for Trauma Recovery Book

Applied Polyvagal Theory in Yoga Pre-Order Now Therapeutic Yoga for Trauma Recovery Trauma recovery is as much about healing the body as it is the mind. Yet, so often, the focus of healing involves retelling the story of the past … Continue reading

Collective Trauma, Embodiment, and Community | Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Our Shared Hero’s Journey I invite you to think of collective trauma as a call to enter the transformational process of a hero’s journey. Collective trauma refers to the impact of current or historical events that are experienced by groups of … Continue reading

Coping with Climate Grief

A Backpacking Travelogue Alongside the ongoing weight of the global pandemic, another area of distress that is increasingly coming up for people is climate grief as we face fires, hurricanes with greater intensity or frequency or intensity, as well as … Continue reading

Parts Work Therapies: Embracing Complexity

Ego States, Dissociative Symptoms, and Parts Work Therapies Do you ever feel as though only some of your emotions or needs are acceptable? Do you push away parts of yourself that you do not want others to see? In truth, … Continue reading

Healing PTSD: Mind and Body in Trauma Treatment | Dr. Arielle Schwartz

A Compassionate Approach to Care In trauma treatment, we are looping our consciousness around places in our psyches and in our bodies that hold unprocessed sensations, emotions, images, and thoughts. Like dusting off old furniture or opening boxes that were … Continue reading

Reclaim your Life from C-PTSD | Dr. Arielle Schwartz

“It was Never my Fault” Having a history of Complex PTSD (C-PTSD) from childhood trauma can lead you to struggle with your self-perception. Having self-perception issues refers to a sense of self that is based upon inaccurate beliefs that you … Continue reading

A Practical Guide to Complex PTSD | Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Compassionate Strategies for Childhood Trauma This book, A Practical Guide to Complex PTSD, is meant to provide compassionate support for the process of healing from childhood trauma. You can think of it as a lantern that will illuminate the dark … Continue reading