Tag Archives: Deirdre Fay

Helping Calm Anxiety Through Meditation

  It’s extraordinary how many people suffer from anxiety.  Recent research suggested that over 870,000 of all  people in the United Kingdom have some form of debilitating worry or uneasiness.   Recently while I was giving a couple workshops in Scotland my colleagues in the National Health Service told me about a program using mindfulness […]

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Virtual Retreat Sept 29-30, 2012

We all need time to reflect.  For those with PTSD and attachment issues we also need embodied practices that directly address the unique concerns that come with entering the body.  We need to know that we can go into the body skillfully without getting lost in what feels overwhelming. In fact, it’s possible to enter […]

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Becoming Safely Embodied Skills Course

One of the hardest things about healing trauma is the chaotic, crazy feelings, the disoriented experience of being in your own skin. One of the greatest experiences is when you learn how to re-claim your body and feel the sense of calm, easy, contentment that can happen when you’ve tamed the traumatic activation. The Becoming […]

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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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Contact

Since this website it about supporting people in their healing from trauma and ptsd using meditation and reflection I welcome hearing from you. I’d love to hear about your unique journey. People have written me about a variety of their experiences and I’ve been moved by all of it. Some examples are: Your meditation experience. […]

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