the restoration of resiliency and coherence in the mind and body through
the use of psychobiological therapy approaches. Our center is comprised of
somatically-informed practitioners that offer services of counseling, consulting,
training, and collaboration with integrative medical practitioners for your success.
Our mission is to be continually expanding the reach of this work. Welcome to our site!
Listen to WCHL interview Kim Jeffs of NC Center for Resiliency about somatic experiencing (SE)TM therapy and somatic psychotherapy.
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Relieved to find an outlet and delighted to find an audience for unexpressed thoughts and feelings, Mary’s daily cuttings explore the simplicity and complexity of embodied existence. This is a personal process of insight, creation, interaction, reflection, integration, and growth offered to the viewer to inspire their own personal process. The simple and profound act of bearing witness is deeply therapeutic. Mary believes that art can facilitate internal and external connections, and foster healing relationships through the creative process.
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Please join us for a training on understanding and working with LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence. We will spend the first half of the presentation reviewing common terminology used in LGBTQ communities and unpacking commonly misunderstood concepts related to sex, gender, and sexual orientation. The second half will address issues specific to working with LGBTQ survivors including unique challenges in assessment and possible interventions. The training will employ multiple learning methods including presentation, videos, infographics, vignettes, and small group practice/discussion.
Free of Charge but taking registration. Space is limited to 35. Training will be facilitated by Sarah Murray from DCRC.
Sarah Murray, LCSW (she, her, hers) is the LGBTQ Outreach and Services Specialist at Durham Crisis Response Center. She works across the Triangle to increase the capacity of agencies to serve LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence. Sarah’s clinical interests include complex trauma, disenfranchised grief, and intercultural enactments in therapeutic dyads. Sarah resides in Durham with her partner and two beautiful, hairy dogs.
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