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Trauma Informed Care

Trauma Informed Care

Network Spinal aims to address the physical manifestations of trauma-related tension, facilitating the release of stored stress and promoting relaxation.

Trauma Informed Care

Trauma can be defined as any event or experience that overwhelms an individual's ability to cope or manage their emotions, leading to a feeling of powerlessness or helplessness. Network Spinal within a trauma-informed care approach recognises the profound impact of trauma on both the body and mind.

By employing gentle spinal touches, Network Spinal aims to address the physical manifestations of trauma-related tension, facilitating the release of stored stress and promoting relaxation. This approach respects individuals' unique responses to trauma, fostering self-awareness, empowerment, and a sense of safety, ultimately aiding in the healing process by promoting a more balanced and connected body-mind relationship.

Network Spinal values the importance of a collaborative approach to healing, working together with other practitioners such as your GP, counsellor, and/or psychologist.

What does Network Spinal do?

Promotes self-awareness and mindfulness.

How may this help?

Trauma can often lead to a disconnection from the body and its sensations, which can make it difficult to identify and process emotions. By restoring proper function to the nervous system and the spine, Network Spinal care can help to reestablish the connection between the body and the mind, allowing individuals to become more aware of their emotional experiences and sensations.

 

What does Network Spinal do?

Reduces the impact of stress on the body. Helps to develop a deep sense of relaxation and safety in the body.

How may this help?

Trauma can lead to a chronic state of stress and tension in the body, which can negatively impact physical health and well-being. By reducing tension in the body and promoting relaxation, Network Spinal care can help to alleviate the physical symptoms of stress, such as muscle tension and headaches, and allow the body to heal more effectively.

 

What does Network Spinal do?

Helps to develop a greater sense of self-efficacy and empowerment.

How may this help?

Trauma can often leave individuals feeling powerless and helpless, leading to a sense of disempowerment and disconnection from the world around them. By promoting self-awareness and mindfulness, Network Spinal care can help individuals to become more connected to their inner resources and develop a greater sense of self-efficacy and control over their lives.

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