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Trauma as a Path to Embodied Wisdom


Healing from developmental/relational trauma can be disorderly, labyrinthine, and deeply challenging. Drawing from somatic depth psychology and the wisdom tradition of Sri Vidya, you will learn how to work with often frightening or volatile energies such as anger, rage and terror. These energies often emerge before the body is able to safely feel them. We will engage in a practice that will help you and your clients move beyond identity distortions and limitation, while finding a deeper sense of connection in our disconnected world.



  • Discuss at least 2 methods for working with developmental trauma that are in alignment with energy psychology.
  • Describe an integration and resolution process of early trauma that increases the ability to liberate, feel and modulate emotions through the body.

CE Hours


Julie Brown Yau's Profile

Julie Brown Yau

Julie Brown Yau, PhD, addresses the challenging psychobiological symptoms of developmental and relational trauma using a unified approach. She is the author of The Body Awareness Workbook for Trauma. She is also the director of education and program development at CCALS. Julie has a private practice in Newport Beach, CA, and works on Skype worldwide.​

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