We’ve received a lot of questions about self-harm behavior in children. It makes sense that we’re getting a lot of inquiries because we know that at least one in four young women and one in seven young men are dealing with self-harm, as a way of trying to cope with negative emotions or low self esteem or the pressures of the environment that our kids are facing.
Course Category: Self Harm
In this guided meditation, Jenna Riemersma helps you the parts of you that are at war (i.e. wanting to eat junk food but also wanting to be healthy). Explore and get to know the very normal experience of being human – having polarized parts – and get to know them so you can help them relate to each other in a new way.
In this course, Jenna Riemersma, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Level III Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, EMDR therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC), helps us step into our most wise, most heroic parent selves by going inward and exploring the parts of is that come up around the challenges we are facing.
Based on the research and clinical work of Dr. Kevin Skinner, this course was founded upon survey responses from thousands of parents that represent different countries, religions, and beliefs.
The course dives into the basics of human needs and connection. It addresses the simple but often over-looking things that are crucial to a healthy parent-child relationship. You will gain a clear understanding of how connection occurs and how you can begin to respond to your child in ways that will build trust, understanding, and closeness.
Much of life is spent trying to make up for what’s missing or lacking. There’s a mindset of “if I do this or that I’ll be more fulfilled.” Those things we seek aren’t necessarily bad but there is a feeling of restlessness. Through mindfulness you can find calm by settling into the moment and realizing that you’re already complete. It will help you return to fundamental wholeness. It is these simple principles of mindfulness that have the power to completely transform your life.
Not everything that needs to be said can be spoken. Join artist Nora Ballantyne and experience the power of art therapy. During this class you will find hope and renewal by trying something new, unfamiliar, and fun. Purge whatever negative feelings you’re carrying around by giving them their own space.
During trials and difficult times you can end up feeling lost, overwhelmed and like you have no control. This class will give you a blank slate. It’s not about art technique or the end result. Perfection is not the goal. It’s about stretching yourself and the process of finding calm and freedom of expression. It’s about taking what’s going on with you right now, what’s in your soul, putting that on paper and transforming it into art. As you do that you will find your own strength, confidence, and the capability to be brave.