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Regain control with help from a Northridge Therapist, Counseling

Bioenergetic Analysis recognizes that the body is central to understanding & healing trauma.  It explores & works with the energetic & muscular systems of the body which develop in response to trauma.  Bioenergetic Analysis has a long & established history & finds itself on the cutting edge of contemporary psychology as rapid advances in neurobiology highlight the intimate relationship between body & mind.  

2020 Southern California Bioenergetic Conference
Thursday, February 27 - Sunday, March 1 at the

UCLA Conference Center in Lake Arrowhead, CA

B R E A T H 

Breath. Inhale, 2, 3, 4... Pause… Exhale, 2, 3, 4... Pause... Inhale, 2, 3,4...
The rhythmical nature of breath connects us to our bodies, to others, and to the pulse of the earth. Inhaling, we take in the world around us: the scent of another, the aroma of baking bread, the crispness of a cold winter morning.
Exhaling, we release built up tension and toxins in our bodies; we come back to the reality of ourselves and our bodies.
Breath connects us to our sadness and fear, our loneliness and joy. In fear, we hold our breath. In safety, we let go.
The continuous rhythm of inhale and exhale, breathing in and breathing out, is our body’s intimate contact with life, our opportunity to ground, our chance to expand.  Come explore with us all aspects of BREATH at the 2020 SCBC Conference in Lake Arrowhead.”

Organized by the So Cal Bioenergetics Conference Committee in affiliation with the


    San Diego, CA 92103

During the conference, a variety of clinical workshops will be offered for participants.  Each will be led by Bioenergetic therapists, and will be both didactic and experiential.


As a conference participant you will have the opportunity to work Bioenergetically in a supportive group.  You will be placed into one of the following groups with special care being given to avoid dual relationships and to provide the most positive experience for all.


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