Transforming Trauma Episode 046: NARM Inner Circle Presents: Working with Anxiety, Anger and Rage with Dr. Laurence Heller and Brad Kammer
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In this special episode of Transforming Trauma, the NARM Training Institute presents a summertime gift to Transforming Trauma listeners: a special topic webinar from the NARM Inner Circle online program. This webinar provides a window into the Inner Circle learning community where helping professionals from around the world come together to learn more about the NARM approach to resolving Complex Trauma.
In this webinar, NARM and Working with Anxiety, Anger and Rage, NARM creator, Dr. Laurence Heller, and NARM Senior Faculty Brad Kammer, explore how unresolved anger can lead to anxiety, a common symptom for so many individuals. They also discuss how the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) works with protest and anger to support clients’ reconnection to their authentic Self. Throughout the episode, they introduce several self-reflective exercises to support listeners’ learning process.
Larry and Brad touch on such areas as:
- How childhood protest turns into anger and rage
- The difference between healthy rage and unresolved anger
- How NARM holds anxiety not as an emotion, but as a process related to our emotions
- How unresolved anger relates to anxiety and panic
- How NARM works with the impulses toward vengeance and violence
- How NARM supports containment and not catharsis
- How feeling into the primary emotion of anger and rage – without acting it out – leads to expansiveness and a sense of freedom
If you enjoy this episode, we invite you to explore the NARM Inner Circle online learning program, where we host NARM Topic Webinars like this one every month. An example of webinar topics from the Inner Circle are: Differentiating Shock and Developmental Trauma; Working with Shame, Self-Hatred and Self-Sabotage; Differentiating Depression and Grief; Complex Trauma and Addictions; Relational Trauma, Intimacy and Sexuality; Addressing Burnout in Helping Professionals; and the NARM Approach for Supporting Personal and Spiritual Growth.
To learn more about the Inner Circle and to sign up for a free two-week trial, please visit: www.narmtraining.com/freetrial
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