Navigating Relationships in Covid Times

About This Event

We’re so excited to be hosting this event with Triva and hope you’ll join us!

Triva is a therapist, speaker and the founder of Inner Freedom. She will be speaking on self-care and offer us some immediate tools to soothe the nervous system. She’ll also do an open Q&A with us to answer your questions.

Here’s what we’ll talk about creating boundaries, effective communication in non blaming way, and doing the inner work when shame and guilt are triggered. And of course, covering how it all resides in this primary condition of self care. Points of conversation could include:

● What is mental well-being?

● Self-care and sovereignty in the context of relationships.

● Better communication tools around physical health and emotional wellbeing.

● Re-connecting with our inner wisdom to guide interpersonal dynamics.

● Finding ways to feel more peaceful and grounded in relationships.

About Triva:

Trivia is a licensed therapist (LMFT)and the president of InnerFreedom. She has additionally completed a year of training in Gestalt with the Pacific Gestalt Institute and is certified as a CBT-TEAM practitioner. She incorporates psychodynamic and mindfulness features based on a client-centered approach, in a non-judgmental, collaborative process. She has been participating in mindful, silent retreats since the 1990s, with additional training in somatic studies and mindfulness. With couples, she uses elements from the Gottman Method, Bowen Theory, family systems and Non-Violent Communication techniques. She specializes in counseling, coaching, individual therapy, couples therapy, communication skills, spiritual psychology, and mindfulness.

Location

Zoom Online Event

About The Host

Triva Ponder

LCSW

Trivia is a licensed therapist (LMFT)and the president of InnerFreedom. She has additionally completed a year of training in Gestalt with the Pacific Gestalt Institute and is certified as a CBT-TEAM practitioner. She incorporates psychodynamic and mindfulness features based on a client-centered approach, in a non-judgmental, collaborative process. She has been participating in mindful, silent retreats since the 1990s, with additional training in somatic studies and mindfulness. With couples, she uses elements from the Gottman Method, Bowen Theory, family systems and Non-Violent Communication techniques. She specializes in counseling, coaching, individual therapy, couples therapy, communication skills, spiritual psychology, and mindfulness.

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