Women’s Trauma Healing Event
We’re all impacted by trauma.
Trauma’s not just from individual, terrible things (though many of us have experienced such situations). It’s “sneaky” too. Trauma can be passed on through generations and cultural norms. Some of these apply primarily to women.
That’s why Patricia Aguirre – Therapist, Family Constellations Facilitator and lead trainer at Embodiment Unlimited – is leading this free, 3-day event on Women’s Trauma, where she’ll also be supported by four special guest teachers.
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Why Attend the Women’s Trauma Healing Workshop
If you’re a woman who puts others’ needs first, or you’ve ever experienced feelings of inadequacy, anxiety or shame, you’re not alone. These can be the insidious effects of trauma. These experiences are quite “normal”, but they’re not a recipe for a fulfilling life.
Women’s Trauma will show you how to identify the limiting effects of trauma, giving you greater access to freedom and happiness. You’ll also learn embodied tools to help you to recognise when you’re playing out trauma patterns, and stop them.
Only once trauma’s personal and intergenerational hold is uncovered, can we feel deeply at ease and develop the courage to “put ourselves out there”, however we are called to do so.
Our hope is that this event will help you (or the women in your life) to move on from trauma, and positively impact the world.
Where Does Trauma Come From
Sometimes, we think of trauma as coming from individual, terrible occurrences. And yes, overwhelming situations are sadly part of growing up for many of us.
We also inherit both trauma and resilience patterns from those who’ve come before us.
There’s background trauma passed on through generations, and cultural norms. Simply growing up as a woman in this world can lead to us taking on “hidden” patterns of trauma.
Such patterns can also be normalized over time, so they become invisible, even if they’re limiting us. Most trauma isn’t dramatic, it’s insidious.
How to Trauma Patterns Show Up
Feelings of inadequacy, anxiety or shame can be experienced by anyone, but they’re more common amongst women. This isn’t coincidental.
Women are more likely to appease others, to avoid conflict, and to struggle with connecting to and expressing their own needs. These safety strategies aren’t bad, but they can hold women back.
Lack of confidence, imposter syndrome, perfectionism, feeling undeserving, and the sense we’ve given so much of ourselves for nothing in return; this is what trauma can look like, and isn’t the recipe for a fulfilling life.
If you’ve experienced this, you’re not broken or weird. In fact, you’re quite normal, and it’s not your fault. And, a freer, more connected life is possible.
What You’ll Learn During the Women’s Trauma Healing Event With Embodiment Unlimited
Identifying how trauma limits us can allow us to access a newfound freedom and happiness. Knowledge is power.
During this free 3-day “Women’s Trauma Healing” event, we’ll explore the most common “sneaky” ways trauma holds us back, and to learn what to do about it.
Through embodied learning, you’ll identify where trauma leads to self-sabotaging behaviors, so you can access greater confidence, connection and fulfillment.
Uncovering trauma’s personal and inter-generational hold gives us a way to feel deeply at ease, along with the courage to “put ourselves out there”, however we are called to do so.
Join a community of supportive, values-driven women for 3 days, where together we’ll move on from trauma, and positively impact the world.
Key Topics At the Women’s Trauma Healing Event
- Identify how trauma limits you, so you can move towards new freedom in your life
- Identify how trauma impacts your life
- Learn embodied tools you can practice daily
- Connect with women from around the world
- Why trauma is not only from one-off experiences
- Why feelings of shame, anxiety and inadequacy are common
- How trauma can be inherited intergenerationally
- How women take on “hidden” trauma as they grow up
- How trauma patterns become normalized
- Embodied exercises to identify insidious trauma
Join us to understand the ways trauma shows up in your life.
You’ll also walk away with embodied tools you can practice to you recognize when you’re playing out trauma patterns, so you can stop this as it’s happening.
Ways that Trauma Impacts Women
- Putting others’ needs first
- Feeling responsible for everyone
- Lack of confidence
- Conflict avoidance
- Feeling like you don’t belong
- Poor boundaries
- Losing touch with pleasure
- Being “overly nice”
- Feeling not good enough
Benefits of Attending Women’s Trauma Healing Event
- Recognize that you’re not alone or broken
- Find a new freedom and happiness through understanding unhelpful patterns
- Access greater confidence, connection and fulfillment
- Overcome trauma to “put yourself out there”
- Be inspired by a global community of supportive, values-driven women
- See that you’re not alone in suffering from imposter syndrome, perfectionism, lack of confidence and other insidious trauma patterns
Women Who Should Attend This Trauma Healing Event
- This event is especially suited if you’re one of these kinds of women:
- The “supportive woman” – You do little for yourself – but look after everyone else
- The “good woman” – You’re always pleasant but neglect your own needs
- The “warrior woman” – You take on a lot, but it’s still never enough
- The “incomplete woman” – You’ve done lots of work but always feel like something’s lacking
Who The Women’s Trauma Healing Event Is Not For
If you’ve experienced recent trauma, are in active crisis-mode, or you’re simply not well-resourced to do group education work right now, then this event may NOT be for you at this time.
That’s okay, we’ve all been there, but therapy may be what you need. All are welcome, but do bear this in mind.
Free Gifts for Attendees
Register for the free online “Women’s Trauma Healing” event now and receive three videos on the following topics to start learning before the event starts:
- What is Trauma?
- Intro to Women’s Trauma
- Intergenerational Trauma
Replays Available for 48-Hours
Replays will be available following the event for 48 hours.
However, if you attend at least one session on each day of the event, you’ll receive instructions on day 3 as to how you can get free access to the event replays for 3 months.
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About Your Lead Facilitator – Patricia Aguirre
Patricia is trainer on the Trauma Coaching and Courage to Lead courses.
She’s a therapist who has been a yogi and meditator for almost two decades. Patricia is passionate about sharing deep spiritual work from a very grounded and earthly experience.
Patricia specialises in developmental trauma, and is trained in family constellations work.
She integrates her knowledge and experience of 20+ years of eastern philosophies with trauma sensitive methods such as transactional analysis, systemic therapy, and emotionally focused therapy.
A Message from Patricia Aguirre
“Trauma affects all of us in direct and indirect ways.
While we will all benefit as a human species with the healing of trauma, there is a benefit in exploring the nuance of how trauma shows up in our experience as women.
Key factors in this process are community, access to knowledge, and self awareness.
I’m happy to be able to share this free event with women who are open and seeking this kind of work in our upcoming sessions.”
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