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Why Love Matters: The Neuroscience and Theory of Joy and Connection in the Early Years Workshop Series Part 1 with Kate Williams

Workshop Details In this workshop we’ll be taking a look at how when certain relational...

Last updated 3 May 2024

Workshop Details

In this workshop we’ll be taking a look at how when certain relational conditions are in place, a child can grow up to experience joy and connection: two important states for living a fulfilled, connected and satisfied life. When ruptures occur or when a child has chronic unmet needs their life becomes one of struggle and strife often tainted with feelings of emptiness, loneliness and despair. Whilst this workshop is part of a series it also serves as a standalone workshop.

When we have a secure base, we flow between connection and retreat throughout our day and life able to make choice from a felt sense level. In this workshop you’ll learn how this can become interrupted robbing a person of pleasure & joy.

This workshop draws upon neuroscience and object relations to explain what a baby needs to flourish and experience the wonder of the world and how this can go horribly wrong for some. This workshop will be experiential including movement in order to gain a somatic understanding of the developing baby.

Course Content

Why Love Matters: The Neuroscience and Theory of Joy and Connection in the Early Years Workshop Series Part 1 with Kate Williams
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Presenter

Kate Williams

Kate Williams has been in therapeutic practice since 2009 with a background in counselling in further education. She currently runs a busy private practice, works with NHS clients and enjoys running workshops for onlinevents and staff wellbeing workshops for NHS Hull & Humberside.

Kate is centre manager for the Bedfordshire Centre for Therapeutic Studies where she teaches on the CPCAB L5 in Somatic Trauma Therapy course & L2 Award in Breathwork Coaching as well as the Level 4 in Therapeutic Counselling.

Kate has a passion for bringing the body into her practice supporting clients to release the trauma that is held within their bodies. Kate is know for her relaxed teaching style, experiential somatic practices and skill of bringing theory to life and making it applicable.