Children, Trauma, Empathy, and Neuroscience with Sarah Peyton
Published: 04-17-18

Sarah Peyton offered a presentation with Q&A in Denver, CO on March 16, 2018 in cooperation with the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network (http://rmccn.org).

Topic: Children, Trauma, Empathy, and Neuroscience 

Learn about brain hemispheres, trauma, and resonance in this informative talk.

About Sarah: Sarah brings her unique wisdom, born of a deep understanding of neuroscience combined with skill at nonviolent communication, to audiences world wide. She shows how compassion and empathy transform the brain and how we can awaken inspiration and courage, transforming our lives with peace, security, and understanding. Her first book, Your Resonate Self, was published by W. W. Norton & Company in 2017.

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Non-profit organization: Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network

We are devoted to nourishing the skills and consciousness that enable us to empower compassionate relationships, building resilient and welcoming community, enriching and honoring the integrity of each individual, and celebrating life by drawing our attention to what is precious and enduring. Join our journey as we explore the human capacity to bring deliberation, choice, and connection to our lives; the journey from passive victim to active participant in our own destiny; from confusion and doubt to clarity and confidence.

Producer: Paul Johnston
Language: English
Theme: Well-Being/Lifestyle
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