Episode 212: Healing Trauma by Letting Sensation Speak
with Andrew Hahn
The answers we get about trauma often depend on the questions we ask.
If you’re feeling stuck in your healing process, sometimes the best way forward is to trust that the body has its own story to share. Trying to force an understanding of what’s going on can miss the clarity of embodying those sensations.
By bringing together mindfulness with somatic therapies, Andrew Hahn works to tap into the body’s deep wisdom. Drawing on lots of things being practiced in different spheres, Andrew shares his approach to helping people heal rather than trying to cure their ailments.
On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:
- How eclectic education and psy experiences formed the roots of his methodology
- What he views as the relationship between healing and sensation
- Tips for tuning into and embodying our sensations
- An example of how Andrew helps people understand what their symptoms are telling them
Andrew Hahn, Psy.d, received his doctorate in 1985 and became a licensed clinical psychologist in 1987.
Early in his career, he was on The Graduate faculties of Leslie and Northeastern University and training director in a large Counseling Center.
He is founder of the Life Centered Therapy Training Institute. LCT is a mindbody, energetic, psycho-spiritual, archetypal, narrative, postmodern systems, mindfulness framework for healing trauma and supporting evolving.
He has lectured and lead trainings internationally in LCT and the Enneagram.
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