Shannon Porter, M.MFT, LMFT-ASSOCIATE
Supervised by Annie M. Viers, MA, LMFT-S, LPC-S
Most of us know that our minds and bodies are connected. This connection becomes especially noticeable when we experience trauma. Physical and emotional trauma are intertwined, meaning we experience it in our thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations. The good news is that if we can practice the art of noticing these physical sensations, we can then process and regulate our emotional and cognitive experiences.
View the infographic below to learn more about how to co-regulate your Mind-Body Connection today.