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Recognising and ‘being with’ trauma in our patients

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13/05/2021 13/05/2021 Reading

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Speaker(s) : Charlotte Brydon-Smith is a graduate, lecturer and supervisor at CICM. Her emerging interest is around combining Buddhist Psychotherapeutic understanding of trauma with her understanding of Five Element theory. She is student of the Karuna Institute for Buddhist psychology and Mindfulness-based Psychotherapy and feels curious about how the two modalities can inform each other in our holding of patient process and enhance our role as practitioner.

Charlotte Brydon-Smith

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The Buddha taught in the Four Noble Truths that, there is suffering, a cause of suffering, a cessation to suffering, and a path to the cessation of suffering. As acupuncturists we are often holding our patients suffering and our own, as it co-arises in the treatment room and beyond. How do we acknowledge this tension and still deliver on our best practice intentions?


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