Doors open at 6 pm, event starts at 7 pm.
Development Trauma creates fear patterns that stop us from moving in the direction of our Soul’s greatest purpose. It can cause a negative looping in our brain and a feeling of being stuck or trapped. Sexual abuse, an alcoholic parent or emotionally absent parents, for example, may cause foundational problems later on in life.
Most people who are depressed or anxious or suffer addictions, eating disorders or ongoing money struggles have some kind of unresolved developmental trauma lurking in the shadows.
Psychedelics can speed-up recovery from Complex PTSD (developmental trauma) but they won’t fix the problem. In this lecture and discussion, Jane Latimer, M.A, a Psychedelic Trauma Therapist will discuss and demonstrate tools and processes for healing from childhood trauma. Some of the topics discussed will be:
-The Impaired Self
-Stages of Developmental Trauma
-Paths of Entheogenic Healing
-Somatic and Cognitive Tools
-6 Ways Entheogens can help us heal
-Preparing for the Journey
-Words of caution for Psychedelic use for Adult Children of Trauma
Jane E. Latimer, MA, Psychotherapist, has more than 25 years of experience in the field and specializes in trauma release (Somatic Experiencing), eating disorder and addiction recovery, and nature and expressive arts healing. She has worked through many layers of eating addiction, trauma, depression, and anxiety and through the years has discovered the power of entheogens for getting to places that are otherwise impossible to access. As she witnesses the power of entheogens to help individuals heal from crippling CPTSD, she has become an advocate and activist on behalf of Psychedelic Psychotherapy.