Apr 28, 2020
Do you want to meditate but find it difficult to do? Do you want to practice mindfulness but just can’t figure out how to make it work for you?
In light of the anxiety, isolation, and grief brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, we decided to reach out to a former guest, Kathy Hayes-Bloch. Kathy is a psychotherapist, meditation teacher, and co-founder of The Trauma Healing Project CT. She shares with us her new (and very timely) twist on mindfulness practices. Kathy incorporates David Treleaven’s trauma-sensitive techniques into an approach that can help us in these troubling times. This new method includes the senses, the imagination, and taking breaks whenever we need them.
Kathy explains the value of a mindfulness practice for women over 50, and shares some simple steps that we can take right now. She even guides us through a short exercise to access our inner wisdom. Sit back, listen and enjoy.
Psychotherapist, Meditation teacher,
Co-Founder: The Trauma Healing Project_CT
FOLLOW US: @Thetraumahealingproject_CT
Dedicated Practitioner of Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness:
Approved Consultant: Clinical Hypnosis