What You'll Walk Away With
Name at least ONE blind spot and turn it around
We need people to reflect to us our blind spots; this cannot be done in isolation. This webinar will help you identify unconscious biases.
Experience an AHA moment that offers insight
Feel that feeling when you hit an AHA moment in a talk and something opens up to you that you had not considered before; be inspired.
Identify an area of growth that will support you
Name an area of growth that will help you to embody new knowledge. Remember, your clients can only go as deep as you have gone
Receive a list of the ten unexpected blind spots
Download a beautifully crafted handout that lists all 10 blind spots so you can refer back to them when you slip back into old ways of 'seeing'.
Jennifer Summerfeldt is a Certified Canadian Counsellor who holds a Masters in Counselling Psychology. She is the Chief Empathy Officer (CEO) for ASK Therapy for Moms, a student supervisor, an author, an educator, and has appeared on numerous podcasts speaking passionately about perinatal healing, birth trauma, and mental health through a nervous system informed lens.
She combines her extensive knowledge of the culture of childbirth with cutting edge information about mental health and healing that has been informed by polyvagal theory, attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, depth psychology, non-ordinary states of consciousness, mindfulness, and psychedelic therapies.
Jennifer's passion was ignited 23 years ago, when pregnant with her first son, and it has never wained. Mother of two adult sons and a soon to be adult daughter, along with three adult step-sons, Jennifer is passionate about parenthood. Her motto: It is never too late to heal and healing has a ripple effect on the family unit. She walks her talk and having witnessed the power of repair, Jennifer holds hope that we humans can heal our trauma's and attachment wounds, and change the intergenerational patterns that many of us have been born into. Birth marks the beginning of this very important role as a mother and/or parent; let's not take its initiatory role lightly.