Somatic Experiencing and Healing the Wounds of War- Dana Point Workshop this February 8th and 9th



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You are allowed to cancel your admission, with full refund, until 72 hours before the event begins. The organizer reserves the right to refuse any refunds on cancellations made after the 72 hour deadline. If you need to cancel, please contact the listed coordinator immediately. Space is limited.


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7th Annual Swiss Educational Festival - August 15-18

Since 2007 the Polarity Bildungszentrum presents The Swiss LEARNING Festival – an annual event in Weggis on Lake Lucerne  which features cutting edge information from the fields of neurology, pedagogy, psychology, quantum physics, and trauma research.

A good combination of theory, dialog, brain-, heart-, and bodystorming, as well as exchange of expertise and argument, experience, and artistic encounters... makes it possible to expand one’s insights and awareness beyond a specialized technical and increased expert knowledge, to an optimized combination of special, social, and self competence, and a learning out of joy and enthusiasm.

The Learning Festival joins the Culture of Summer Festivals, a culture reborn in the 1970’s and continually developed into the present (21st) century. Excluded from this social trend toward cultural encounter in Festival Character, remained the area of learning and education. Education continued to take place either at cortical characterized specialty congresses or rather, mostly in the loveless equipped learning halls of the traditional education centers.

The Learning Festivals aspire to transform learning for adults into a dynamic experience again. Specialists in the areas of education, learning and culture will come together here with participants to initiate and nourish this encounter and learning space in a wonderful atmospheric surrounding, making these days in Weggis an unforgettable marker in the individual life stories of those who can be present.

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Kids in the House - Resources for Parents


Dr. Levine has agreed to take part in a shoot this Thursday for, a online video resource for parents that is designed to offer searchable, quick results from professionals and fellow parents alike. We invite you to check out their site, (which is still under development) and sign up for future news. We have been given access to the early beta, and the footage is amazing. With the vast amount of content there, we are sure that this website will definitely be of immense help to parents everywhere. Peter's co-author, Maggie Kline, will also be featured. Head on to their website and check out the Sizzle Reel.



UCLA Presents - How People Change: Relationships and Neuroplasticity in Psychotherapy

UCLA Conference - Attachment and Neuroplasticity


We are happy to announce that March 8th through the 10th, Dr. Levine has been invited to speak at UCLA's Extension and Lifespan Learning Institute's conference; entitled - How People Change: Relationships and Neuroplasticity in Psychotherapy.

This presentation is open to the public. For more information, please visit here:

PDF brochure is here: 

Located in the Ackerman Grand Ballroom. (Link will take you to a lovely interactive map of UCLA's campus). You're welcome.

Peter Levine on Inner Vision with Dr. Nita Vallens



On this episode (which also features Bonnie Goldstein, PhD of Lifespan Learning and Irving Yalom, M.D.) of Inner Vision, Dr. Levine discussed his participation in this weekend's attachment conference at UCLA, as well as the origins of his interest in trauma. 


You can download or stream (M3u File) the interview here (links will be deactivated by Early June)

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