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Foreward to Becoming Safely Embodied Skills Manual

Foreward to The Becoming Safely Embodied Skills Manual by Janina Fisher, PhD Traumatic experience affects not only our minds, emotions, and systems of belief, but also the body. At the moment of life threat, ‘animal brain’ instincts take precedence over reflective decision-making, allowing us to run, duck for cover, hide, fight back, or “huddle and […]

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