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Alex Shepps

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  1. Alex Shepps

    Chicago Workshop 2019 - 1/2

    I met a CP Practitioner there and she also practices Somatic Experiencing. She said that Somatic Experiencing was the practice to go towards. Her practice was based off of Peter Levine - "Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma"
  2. Hi Alex! I just wanted to say thanks for all the video recommendations you posted in the comments on the Chicago workshop! I see your dedication and definitely want to connect with more people like you in my life. Also, I gained some great awareness watching your part onstage with Teal, so thank you for your willingness to be vulnerable up there! 🙂

  3. Alex Shepps

    Chicago Workshop 2019 - 1/2

    These videos are also great to help you further understand disorganized attachment, if any of you struggle with this attachment style too. 1st video (The root of disorganized attachment) ------ ——— ——— Start at 14:05 ——— ——— Internalizing our antagonist - Why we can't stop hating ourselves ------ ——— Moving towards softness ------- ——— Tension versus relief (the first woman on stage) ——— ------- (Start at 2:38:45) How to do a somatic practice for the part of you that has been betrayed and in pain from being attacked by your internal antagonist ------- How disorganized attachment is created ------- (Start at 53:25) - It's not going to be comfortable at first when you try to connect with people, when you've been raised by dangerous people ------- (1:34:30) Also, if anyone else has a scapegoat vibration, I found this video to be really helpful ---------------------- Final Video XD
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