Dialogue with the Survival Strategies in the Body – Uncover, Resolve & Release Hidden Early Developmental Emotional Trauma – Re-pattern Defensive Protective Holding Patterns in the Body – Rewire Nervous System Regulation Capacity – Allow New Truths to Emerge – Co-Regulating Touch Bodywork for Healing Trauma.

May 25, 2021

“Keep it simple. Because in the heart and thick of it, down in the core where we meet our deep rooted selves, we are all magic.” ~ Victoria Erickson

The survival strategies that keep us alive, are also what keep us from living.
 
Unresolved trauma affects your emotional health, relationships, and your physical health. I want to support you to safely feel your body and process unresolved hidden trauma held in your body.

Don’t underestimate the healing power of emotional freedom and expression. Rewire stress, overwhelm, attachment and trauma patterns. Allow embodied somatic healing to begin.
 
We are born embodied beings – feeling safe and comfortable in our bodies – and along the way, we experience trauma and feelings of isolation, fear and loneliness – and we become more and more disconnected for our deepest selves. We all have a body story – and our bodies are holding all that we have experienced.
 
Exploring your body story allows you to expand your embodied knowledge of yourself, heal trauma held in the nervous system – so you can feel safer and more grounded in your life.
 
Somatic healing is an opportunity to build nervous system capacity to feel difficult emotions, feelings and sensations held in the body, so you can feel what is being stored in your nervous system. Create a new dialogue of understanding and healing in your body. Deeply know what is happening in your body – and what it and you – need.

There’s a narrative that we tell ourselves and that we’ve told ourselves, that we hang on to – if we pause for long enough and sink into the body, there’s something else that wants to emerge.

 
Slow down and pause…listen and connect to your body. 
Allowing space for your body to lead the way.
What do you notice? 

Feel your feet, your hips, your shoulders and your spine.
What experiences impacted your ability to feel at home in your body?

Slowly and softly – develop a connection with your body again or for the first time.

 

When your body feels safe enough, your nervous system begins to move from a state of trauma – to one of empowered self-awareness that allows us to connect back into ourselves and each other.

No longer do we have to abandon ourselves; we can instead get curious and listen to the stories our bodies are trying to tell us, so that we can play a proactive part in our own healing and come home to ourselves.

Our physical and emotional trauma becomes patterned, imprinted and held in our nervous system – and these chronic stress patterns are linked to frequent anxiety, depression and pain patterns, along with a wide variety of chronic illnesses and disease that may feel difficult to heal within the traditional medical model.
 
Early childhood trauma – what happened in our family of origin – may be unknown to us and hidden from our awareness – can become trapped in the body as a frozen experience – and our emotional and physical conditioning remains held in our bodies and these patterns play out in our lives. These patterns can make us feel trapped in a past experience again and again.
 
There is a lot of energy held within our childhood trauma – and we can feel triggered during every day experiences in our lives – feeling frustration, anger, relational struggles, emotional and physical pain, chronic pain and illness. Somatic healing is a process of releasing this energy from the inside.
 
Heal hidden trauma – and find peace within your body, mind and heart.
Close your eyes, find some comfort and take time for yourself.
Find nourishment from within your body.

This is a soft space for your mental health and physical health to join together – for deeply rooted somatic healing – in one place. We will take time to slowly listen to the answers that arise from your body – and quiet the ongoing narrative that can get in the way of deep trauma healing.

Feel and sense your body during our work together and in your life.
Notice what it feels like when you move, breathe and nurture your body.
Practice treating yourself with gentleness and care.
Learn to notice and sense when the truth is emerging in your body.
Learn to trust yourself again (or for the first time) and trust your intuition.
 
Lasting healing begins in the body – uncovering and feeling what we are holding our bodies – so that it can be fully experienced and released through our nervous system. Our body contracts as a protective response to trauma – and our experiences stay locked and held in our bodies – sometimes forever.

Together – we can re-pattern and gently shift your emotional and physical responses – so your body can begin to soften and embody a sense of openness and safety.

Create a compassionate, warm and nurturing relationship with yourself and your body that supports your healing. The body – and your nervous system – holds implicit or subconscious memories that we may not be aware of. By working with and through the body, we can access a deeper truth, that isn’t possible to gain through cognitive (intellectual) awareness.

What a gift to be able to steer your life in ways that are so different from the survival strategies of the past. Open new pathways of somatic healing through the body. Access your vital life energy that has been bound up in managing hidden trauma and engaging emotional and physical symptoms.

You’ve been holding the feelings and sensations of your early developmental history – and it’s making you feel anxious, depressed, chronically stressed, fatigue, in pain or chronically ill.

 
Make sense of your symptoms. Feel your body. Build nervous system capacity. Slowly begin to feel better in your body and your life.
 
Release defensive protective body holding patterns, receive support in your body and allow for developmental deficits to be met and healed in the body.
 
Allow for softness, comfort, and ease – allow for new truths to emerge from within you, new thoughts to rise to the surface and new ways of being in your body and life – all from being and feeling in your body.
 
Soften the inhibitors that your body is holding – conditioning, habitual patterning and defensive body holding patterns. Soften rigid patterning – and the more dependent I am on outside authority on how to live my life.

Access vibration of sound and how it affects your vagus nerve. When you are engaged in sound – soften the inhibitors – wait for a queue from inside of our bodies – what wants to happen from within? We have been shaped by our fluid resonance – as we are softening our inhibitors – recognize and allow the fluid motion that is happening from within.

An experience of life that is happening through the resonance of life happening in our being. Your sense of identity expands – we’re expanding the time/space of our system – the less structure there is – the greater the source of nourishment. The more I have within myself, the more options I have to engage with life. Access to the thriving possibilities of expansion within yourself. Heal trauma through the body – with and without words.
 
It’s not your responsibility to take on and hold what has happened to your mother or father or other intergenerational family members. While we may know this consciously, our bodies hold on to the difficult and painful experience(s) that have happened in our families – and that have happened to us – and this can remain hidden from us – unless we become aware and begin to unwind, heal  and release this trauma that can be held in our body and felt in our nervous system patterning.
 
These old emotional experiences can rise to the surface in our lives and we can feel emotional pain, such as anxiety, depression or pain – physical aches & pain, chronic pain, relational concerns, and chronic stress or illness.

You are invited to an ongoing inquiry with your body – noticing the boundary of your skin – the fluids moving beneath the surface of your skin – making contact with sensations and patterns held in your nervous system – and allowing space for what you are holding there to be felt, expressed and come to a resolution – so that you don’t have to hold this pattern in your nervous any longer.

When we are working together, we will slow down, and I will ask you:

How much of your body do you feel on the table?
What do you notice in your back, shoulders, chest, belly and arms?
How does it feel to notice the energy moving in your body?
How do you notice sensation in your body? Or the absence of sensation?

Let’s take time to soften, ease back and allow support to come in – nothing for you to do now – we are just coasting along – slowing things down for deeper healing

Trauma patterns may have created a pulling away – creating a defensive strategy to protect itself. This defensive strategy becomes the central strategy of how we engage in the world. Can we allow our body to soften and engage with the larger flow of life. To what degree is the stress and tension in our system being maintained in our system as a baseline.

Your body shapes your world. I give over my body orientation to someone else. Feeling disconnected in your body – come back to life, breath, movement and whole body somatic healing.

Somatic Healing for Early Developmental, Attachment & Intergenerational Trauma

Unwind deep rooted family trauma patterns and unstuck stuck nervous system patterns.

Here are some of the processes we will do together:

 
1) Begin to lay the groundwork for somatic healing – receive co-regulating touch bodywork for trauma – learn about your nervous system and how traumatic stress effects your physiology, your emotions, your thoughts and relationships.
2) Allow yourself to receive – slow down – build capacity in your nervous system to notice your body and begin to process what you are holding.
3) Strengthen your internal relationship with your mother & father – and learn how this matters for other important relationships in your life.
4) Develop and create a new and healthy boundary with parents, partners and loved ones – by using your voice in the present moment.
5) Gentle practices at home – homework, rituals, exercises and practices for deep healing in your body.
6) Uncover the patterns in your family history and learn more about how early developmental trauma affects your relationships, body, work and life.
 
Notice the Four Unconscious Themes in Your Family – Held in Your Body:
 
– Rejection of a Parent
– Merged with a Parent
– Break in the Bond with the Mother
– Identified with a member of your family (excluding your parents)
 
During our work together, you will develop:

1) Build more accurate interoception within your body – and increase your somatic awareness.
2) Support nervous system capacity to tolerate strong sensations, responses, and especially those you may resist or want to feel.
3) Learn to tolerate sensations and emotions that arise from the inside – and allow a soft space to experience and release sensations and emotions held in the body.

 
During Co-Regulating Touch Bodywork for Trauma, we will:
 
– Tap into your body’s ability to recover from the root causes of physical and emotional distress.
– Access information about your own health from your unconscious mind.

– Release trapped emotions in your body and heart – including inherited emotions that may not be what you’ve directly experienced, and have been passed along to you from your parents, grandparents and great grandparents.
Release trapped emotional energy that is holding you back.
– Practice feelings of embodiment and compassion towards your body and your self.

We will be curious about your body using various methods of noticing – stillness, movement re-patterning, somatic experiencing, somatic practice, co-regulating bodywork for trauma, integrative somatic relational psychotherapy – integrating embodiment, early developmental trauma healing and relational awareness healing of chronic anxiety, panic, PTSD, depression, chronic illness, fatigue, pain and stress.
 
An integrative relational somatic therapist with a private practice in somatic healing, somatic psychotherapy and dynamic embodiment – with an extensive background in Somatics, Body-Mind Centering and Continuum, NeuroAffective Touch, Co-Regulating Touch Bodywork for Trauma and Somatic Practice. I work with clients to help them move out of overwhelm and into ease and connection with their bodies, with other people and within their own lives.

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What is Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Emotional, Relational & Early Developmental Trauma?

Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Trauma is a gentle, backed-by-science method that enables qualified practitioners to work safely with the emotions that are stored in the tissues and organs of the body. It works to unlock and release emotional pain that has been buried in the body, sometimes for as long as 10, 20 or even 50 years.

When working with Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Trauma, we reset complex physiological systems and harmonize the flow of energy in the body. We can restore what was missing in the early years – giving you greater awareness of your body’s sensations and the ability to know yourself from the inside out.

Bringing a compassionate presence to the body is another important part of healing. It helps us address the neural numbing, muscular bracing, and autonomic disorganization that are physiological by-products of grief, shame, anger, and fear.

Touch is our first language. It is the first sense to develop in the embryo, and all other senses are derived from it. The skin can be thought of as the outer layer of the brain. Throughout our lives, the tactile system will remain a potent form of communication and has immense potential for healing as well as harm.

Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Emotional, Relational and Early Developmental Trauma works to heal the nervous system by providing an opportunity for the body to process deep-rooted trauma. Through gentle, attuned touch, we can help to rebuild an underdeveloped nervous system that has been negatively impacted by early trauma.

This method involves passive touch, with each person lying face up on the table while we “hold” various parts of the body, typically the right and left kidneys, the brainstem and many other specific places in the body that can encourage and allow regulation to come into your nervous system.

As a Registered Psychotherapist (RP), Relational Therapist, Trauma Therapist, Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Emotional, Relational & Early Developmental Trauma practitioner, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), Movement Therapist, EMDR Therapist and Somatics Practitioner – I have specialized training in trauma therapy, relational therapy, disordered eating and I offer The Safe & Sound Listening Auditory Protocol.

Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Emotional, Relational & Early Developmental Trauma is often the most effective therapy I can offer clients suffering from trauma symptoms and one where clients experience the most powerful shifts.

When working together, I use an intuitive approach with meticulously researched, backed-by-science methods ensuring each session is highly individualized and optimized for each person. I use a combination of touch methods including Somatic Experiencing, Kathy Kain’s Touch Skills for Trauma, Somatic Resilience & Regulation & Transforming the Experience-Based Brain by Stephen Terrell and NeuroAffective Touch by Aline LaPierre.

I work somatically doing bodywork with clients to support the integration and recovery of early developmental (hidden) trauma, relational trauma, physical injuries, pain and fear of pain – along with these elements (and more) of the healing process to:

  • Understanding the somatics of our survival/threat response in response to pain and healing
  • Self-protective responses in response to pain
  • Perception of threat and non-threat in the body
  • Understanding the role of interoception in perception of threat and safety
  • Understanding and sensing your survival response and how this may be impeding your recovery
  • Neuroception: building a felt sense of safety in the body

What to Expect During a Session

To begin, we go slowly. Attuning to your experience – what is happening in your body and what cannot be seen on the surface – with an understanding that there are parts of us that may be hidden due to hidden trauma – and that need a slow, nurturing pace to feel safe.

For true and deep emotional and physical healing, we can’t leave our body and how it feels and responds, out of the process. Each person needs something very specific in their healing journey, which is why it is so important to have a customized approach with sessions that are specifically tailored for you.

Your body doesn’t have energy – it is energy. When we allow traumatic stress that is contained in our nervous system to begin to move through our system – flow begins to happen in our body and we feel more energetic, grounded, healthy and alive.

For those who would like to focus on a body-focused, somatic approach, we can do this by sitting in chairs across from each other or where you are lying on a table. When you are sitting in a chair, we can do some talk therapy, and you may also be asked if you are open to closing your eyes and noticing your feelings, emotions and body sensations that are happening for you in each moment.

For those who would like to do Co-Regulating Touch Bodywork for Trauma – sessions consist of lying on a table with eyes closed – and I offer touch on several areas of the body: the head, stress organs, the belly, muscles, organs and joints in the body. There may also be some movement involved. Sessions are done fully clothed.

Each session is one-hour unless we are doing an extended session (which could be 1.5 or 2 hours in length) – and is unique depending on what you are experiencing on that day and would like to focus on during a session – we want to tune in and understand what’s really going on in your body – beyond pathology and diagnoses – to allow your body to move into a flow state, rather than to remain stuck in a stress response state – during the session and in the hours and days afterwards. healing hidden trauma.

Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Trauma sessions allow you to pay attention the sensations of your body, and to notice what you feel, sense and notice within when you do. We will invite ease and support into your nervous system and body – providing nurturing comfort and care. Each session builds upon itself – you develop a sacred container for emotions to arise and build resilience in the nervous system, which in turn affects how you feel about yourself and how your energy flows.

This body-based method helps you heal physical, emotional and psychological shock states, early developmental trauma states, chronic stress and long-held trauma. It works directly with the autonomic nervous system to discharge stress and trauma and balance and restore equilibrium.

Prior to your first session, you will need to fill in some paperwork and bring it with you to your first session to give me a sense of what is happening for you right now in your body, mind and heart.

Learning to deeply care for ourselves – and heal from chronic stress and exhaustion – allows ease and aliveness in to your life. This work helps to restore core regulation – and accesses layers of your experience that are not accessed by traditional therapy – your symptoms are a natural response to a dysregulated nervous system.

This somatic healing work is offered both in-person and online. This work brings together and integrates traditional therapy with bodywork to create something brand new – a deep somatic healing process – time and space to heal deeply held conditioned and defensive patterns that we may have held since very early childhood – and an opportunity to allow your energy to flow more freely and for you to show up as the being that you are in the world.

Get in touch with the gifts of inhabiting your body – and I will answer any questions your have about working together – along with inviting you into feelings of safety, groundedness, clarity and support.
 
This is an invitation to explore what you notice in your body, mind and heart. An opportunity to learn about your body and how it works – and how this relates to everything else in your life. Every emotional state corresponds with a personal conditioned pattern of physical contraction and/or protection – without which the emotional state does not exist.

This is your time. Come back to yourself and notice your experience.

Create space for new energy patterns to emerge from within. Allow yourself to feel compassion for yourself.

Feel it all – your anger, your fear, your sadness, your pain, your tears – all of the suppressed emotion and body sensation that you’ve been holding inside, but couldn’t fully access. Now is the time.

Life is worth us trying and trying again.

I look forward to being with you.

sending softness and love from my heart, Kim xoxoxo

hello@kimcochrane.ca / www.kimcochrane.ca

Whole Body Health & Well-Being from the Inside Out.
Deep healing at the level of the nervous system enables you to explore and expand your inner landscape where self – confidence and inner agency reside. When you heal your nervous system, you can more readily access deeper ways of knowing and being that include intuition, imagination, sensuality, and the subtle body of emotions.

Get in touch to learn more about working with me – hello@kimcochrane.ca / www.kimcochrane.ca

What to Expect During a Whole Body Health Somatic Practice Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Emotional, Relational & Early Developmental Trauma / NeuroAffective Touch Session

For true emotional and physical healing, we can’t leave our body and how it feels and responds, out of the process. Each person needs something very specific in their healing journey, which is why it is so important to have a customized approach with sessions that are specifically tailored for you – a combination of emotionally-focused psychotherapy and body-focused Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Trauma.

Your body doesn’t have energy – it is energy. When we allow traumatic stress that is contained in our nervous system to begin to move through our system – flow begins to happen in our body and we feel more energetic, grounded, healthy and alive.

We explore our fluid bodies through the language of sensation, co-regulating touch,and  subtle movement. We have the opportunity of allowing time to slow down, to notice, let go and shed that which needs to shed, and to come through anew and refreshed.

For those who would like to focus on a body-focused, somatic approach, we begin by talking about your background, symptoms and history. We do this online and or in-person by sitting in chairs across from each other or you lie on your back on a table. When you are sitting in a chair, we can do some talk therapy, and you may also be asked if you are open to closing your eyes and noticing your feelings, emotions and body sensations that are happening for you in each moment.

For those who would like to do Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Trauma Session – sessions consist of lying on a table with eyes closed – and I offer touch on several areas of the body: the head, stress organs, kidneys and adrenal glands, the belly, and joints in the body.

Sessions are done fully clothed. Each session is one-hour, unless we are doing an extended session – and is unique depending on what you are experiencing on that day and would like to focus on during a session – we want to tune in and understand what’s really going on in your body – beyond pathology and diagnoses – to allow your body to move into a flow state, rather than to remain stuck in a stress response state – during the session and in the hours and days afterwards.

NEW OFFERING – BEFRIEND YOUR BODY – EMBODIED RECOVERY for DISORDERED EATING offers a somato-psycho-social model – expanding beyond the current bio-psycho-social model to include the role of the body as the missing link to effective treatment for disordered eating. The core principles of this approach address the intersection between somatic organization, the subjective experience of self, and our basic human need for attachment/bonding and protective defenses. The science behind the process is supported by the contributions of pioneers such as Peter Levine, Dan Seigel, Stephen Porges, Pat Ogden, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and Allan Schore.

THE SAFE & SOUND PROTOCOL (SSP) is a five-hour auditory intervention for adults and children – using headphones – that is intended to accelerate the effectiveness of other modalities by preparing the client’s emotional and physiological state. Dr. Stephen Porges (developer of The Safe & Sound Protocol & of The Polyvagal Theory) explains that we need a calm autonomic/physiological state for health, growth and restoration, and achieving this becomes the foundation of an effective therapy.  The Safe & Sound Protocol is a way to support a change  in your physiological state; opening the system to further neural change and improvement for other therapies that follow. The process is designed to reduce stress and auditory sensitivity while enhancing social engagement and resilience. The intervention uses prosodic vocal music that has been filtered to train the middle ear muscles to focus in on the frequency envelope of human speech. You’ll find you are better able to feel calm – less chronically stressed and/or anxious.  Clients who have experienced long-held trauma and are healing from PTSD, troubling chronic health concerns, chronic pain and troubling chronic emotional responses, can experience an increased sense of safety in their physiological state.

Other Offerings – Nurture Surround Healing Session– 90-minute In-Person session. Allow yourself to slow down and experience deep healing. You are deeply supported on the table with weighted blankets, soft pillows and bean bags on your body – you choose what is most comfortable for you – providing soft, nurturing care – feeling supported and held – with choice. We will take time to attune to your body’s core needs and comfort at a deep level. Your needs are important. I will use a variety of touch skills with you – and invite you to place a hand wherever you would like to on your body – and to pause, slow down and notice what you feel.

Using mind-body skills to stabilize your nervous system – befriending, grounding, slowing down, tracking and resourcing. We will listen to your body’s narrative while utilizing body-mind emotion dialogue. We will explore biological survival strategies and process historical trauma by creating moment-to-moment interpersonal experiences of safe connection. We will utilize non-cognitive senses of relational connection – auditory, visual, movement, and touch – co-creating manageable ways to defuse internal feelings of pressure, anxiety and stress.

Family Trauma Imprint – 90-minute – in-person or online Zoom session – an opportunity to get to the roots of intergenerational trauma patterns & begin a path towards relational & relationship healing.

Discover the Inner Mother – Healing the Mother Wound – uncover your family dynamics and trauma history – this is an opportunity to strengthen your internal relationship with your mother, father and extended family – in ways that contribute to healing – get in touch to schedule an online or in-person session – hello@kimcochrane.ca / www.kimcochrane.ca

Sessions for Individuals & Couples – an invitation for you – to slow down and feel the strength of a supportive resource, move beyond blame and notice how our nervous system states inform our interactions with our partner, feel present in your body, to unwind patterns of anxiety, depression, anger, hopelessness, chronic stress & pain, trauma, regulate your nervous system, to cultivate trust in your moment-to-moment experience, your naturally wise heart, and your capacity to connect to yourself, those you love and the love that surrounds us.

Somatic Body Learning & Practice and Somatic Experiencing Trauma Co-Regulating Touch Bodywork for Emotional, Relational & Early Developmental Trauma sessions are available for you now. Waking you up to Somatic Resilience & Regulation – the innate wisdom of your body, healing inherited trauma patterns, feeling yourself below the level of thought, and accessing your full beingness in flowing, fluid motion.

Get in touch to learn more about Embodied Recovery for Disordered Eating, The Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP), Nurture Surround & Family Systems Imprint Sessions & Individual Body-Focused Therapy Sessions, and Co-Regulating Touch Bodywork for Trauma, NeuroAffective Touch – The Anxiety, Stress & Trauma Restorative Clinic – in-person  and/or online – and to set up a time to work together:   hello@kimcochrane.ca

The Anxiety, Stress & Trauma Restorative Clinic:
Creating Well-Being Through Nervous System Regulation.
Heal Relational Trauma – Break the Cycle of Inherited Family Trauma.
Nurturing Connection, Attachment, Restoration & Building Resilience.

Easing the Body ~ Calming the Mind ~ Opening the Heart.
Somatic Experiencing ~ Somatic Practices ~
Co-Regulating Touch SomaFlow Bodywork for Emotional, Relational & Early Developmental Trauma ~ Movement Practices.
Whole Body Systems Approach for Healing Chronic Illness & Inflammation.

Somatic work can be done effectively online, as well as in person – online sessions are available for those who would prefer not to come in to the office at this time, for those who live far away from the office, or prefer to work from your own home – hello@kimcochrane.ca

Working together enables everyone who is willing to do the work an opportunity to decrease feelings of anxiety, pain, depression, chronic stress, pain or illness – as well decrease the chatter in the mind, and ground your mind and body with the depth of the intelligence found in the body. Experience lasting somatic transformation and feelings of calm, peace and wholeness – within your own body and within your relationships.

You will learn to feel and by doing so, you will move towards whole body health and well-being that you can feel within you.

Somatic Practice – Inhabit your entire back – press your back against a wall or the floor and notice how each part of your back feels as you press it against the surface – your shoulder, your shoulder blade, spine, hips, upper back, middle back, lower back – go slowly and notice each area – soften your breath and slow down to notice. Take your time. There’s no way to do this wrong.

“The fluid presence in our bodies is our fundamental environment. We are the moving waters brought to land.” ~ Emilie Conrad

hello@kimcochrane.ca / www.kimcochrane.ca

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When I came to you I felt confused, disconnected and broken. Now, I'm on my way to feeling whole. Thank you.
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