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Sunday Gathering: ” Principles of Interpersonal Neurobiology” with Beth Sarver
November 22, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Doors open at 10:30 am for coffee and conversation.
Sunday Gathering begins at 11 am.
Childcare is provided. Everyone is welcome!
Featured Speaker: Beth Sarver ” Principles of Interpersonal Neurobiology”
Community Moment: Dennis Fehr (from Houston Oasis)
There is this aspect of our human nature that we don’t often speak of and in our silence we miss the opportunities to create with intention, grace and deepening connection. While we all have brains and relationships, we are rarely given a common language to more skillfully name our experiences of mind and perception. How do we affect each other? How do we grow together? What is the embodied practice of community learning?
Join us for an InterPlay experience after the talk: https://www.facebook.com/events/168762783465555/
This will give you the opportunity to immediately practice the principles delivered in the main talk.
About Beth Sarver:
Beth Sarver is a visionary thought leader in the KC metro area; as an artist, educator and community builder she brings a dynamic and interactive energy to her talks, workshops and consultation services. She received her Bachelors in Fine Art with an emphasis in Sculpture and Arts Education from the University of Kansas. As the Trauma Outreach Coordinator for Truman Medical Center Behavioral Health, Beth has developed a comprehensive and engaging curriculum for differentiating instruction on Trauma Informed Care, Resilience and Secondary Trauma. Her work with Trauma Sensitive Schools and Secondary Trauma for First Responders has made her a highly sought after master trainer and creative thought leader. As a trauma survivor, she speaks from experience and with the passion of someone who has truly thrived beyond adversity.
Beth is also a certified leader of InterPlay; which is an international social movement and pedagogy for cultivating mindfulness through creativity and play. Her career has been built upon serving “challenging people” such as youth in juvenile detention centers, group homes and folks with a wide range of disabilities. Her success is rooted in the firm belief that all people, no matter what, are able to learn and grow, especially when the experience is rich, incremental and creative. Her personal philosophy is… “Thought is the Architect of Reality.” In her free time, Beth loves to practice mindfulness, dance, garden, read and build with her 7 year old sidekick, Bjorn.