ASD-AM 3: Bir. Overcoming criticism to regain artistic expression

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ASD-AM 3: Bir. Overcoming criticism to regain artistic expression

$50.00

DVD, ~1 hour inc. 30–45 min. discussion

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DVD, ~1 hour inc. 30–45 min. discussion

German and English

B has a very critical stepfather who constantly derides her in her attempts to play the piano even though she plays very well. She is so affected by his judgmental views that the recital she plans for her Mother’s birthday goes badly. While at the seminar, she visits a favorite piano store and the manager truly cherishes her music and encourages her – a real life corrective experience we use in the session to discharge arousal activated by her critical stepfather. Post session: She is free of the effects of criticism and is now very excited to play music with greater resiliency, life force and feeling.

Teaching Points:

  1. Introduction of the piano store ally and his appreciation of Birgit’s musical talent as a corrective experience and felt sense resource.
  2. Reconnection to the group support and restoration of social engagement.
  3. Discharge of high arousal and working with ANS temperature shifts to reclaim feeling from dissociation and movement from frozen immobility in her hands
  4. Re-establishing increased range of motion in orienting responses of the head, neck and shoulders out of avoidant feeling of shame and humiliation toward reconnection with the real support in the group.
  5. Distancing the threat of the stepfather to resurrect her sense of safety and restore embodiment, especially in her hands as his image gets smaller.
  6. Learning that there is enough love to go around and that, ideally, there should be no need to compete as a corrective experience to ambivalent attachment issues.
  7. Accessing compassion and spiritual maturity as well as ego state integration

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Weight .5 lbs

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