FAMILY DISAPPEARED PODCAST: Somatic interventions for parents with Dr. Mandy Part 2 – Episode 7

family disappeared episode 7

Have you ever witnessed a child who is ‘inundated’, feels overwhelmed, and doesn’t know how to respond to a situation?

Wherever we may find ourselves within the family system – as a child, parent, grandparent, or partner – feeling dysregulated or ‘triggered’ by our loved ones can cause us to say and do things we may later regret. 

Dr. Mandy Cisler is an expert on mind/body integration: a somatic approach that provides us with the tools we need to calm down and think before we speak. She has pioneered the ‘Healing Framework’ as a somatic therapist, and this is Part Two of her heartfelt conversation with Lawrence Joss.

Be sure to listen to Part One if you have not already done so. Please come along and learn how to start the journey of healing yourself to heal your life. 

In This Episode:

  • Giving children the tools to regulate themselves emotionally. 
  • What good modeling looks like to a child.
  • Dr. Mandy’s free training on nervous system regulation.
  • What does inundation mean? 
  • Understanding inundation anxiety in a child.
  • What does splitting mean?
  • Understanding The ‘Healing Framework’.
  • Checking in with yourself.

And more…

Resources:

Connect with Dr. Mandy Cisler:

Karen and Nick Woodall -https://www.karenwoodall.com/

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Resources

This podcast is made possible by the Family Disappeared Team:
Anna Johnson- Editor/Contributor/Activist/Co-host
Glaze Gonzales- Podcast Manager
Kriztle Mesa – Social Media Manager
Gen Rodelas-Kajabi Expert
Kim Fernandez – Outreach Coordinator

Connect with Lawrence Joss:
Website: https://parentalalienationanonymous.com/
Email- familydisappeared@gmail.com

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