Dr. Peter A. Levine's Returning Home and the Veteran’s Resiliency Holistic Clinic have joined forces to present the Returning Home Veteran’s Resiliency Project.
Returning Home Veteran’s Resiliency Project is an eight-week online Somatic Experiencing informed support program for military and other uniformed service veterans suffering from the effects of post traumatic stress and other chronic stress related conditions.
This eight-week program addresses the lingering symptoms of traumatic and chronic stress by offering tools that can be used at home to restore core autonomic nervous system regulation and build resiliency while bringing the heart, mind, and body into balance.
Since 2017 the Veterans Resiliency Holistic Clinic of Richmond, Virginia supports veterans who have experienced the wounds of war. Founder, Karen Henderson, a military veteran herself, retired Veterinarian, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Clinical Herbalist, and Biodynamic Cranial Sacral Therapist, inspired the vision to help veterans suffering from PTSD restore inner balance and increase resiliency in daily life. The clinic uses a variety of holistic modalities to help relax the nervous system and allow the discharge of “survival” energies that can keep people “stuck” in the traumatic event. VRHC is staffed by a group of volunteers who specialize in cranial sacral therapy, clinical herbalism, reflexology, acupuncture, health and wellness coaching, mindfulness coaching, yoga, zero balancing, and other trauma informed, credentialed practitioners. To learn more about the Veteran's Resiliency Clinic please visit our website: http://www.veteransresiliency.com
Returning Home is an intensive week-long Somatic Experiencing® (SE™) retreat for military veterans presented by Dr. Peter A. Levine's Ergos Community Health SE™. The retreat includes a community outreach program to provide post-retreat SE coaching support for each veteran and a research component to ensure the effectiveness of all future SE™ intensive healing retreats for veterans and military service members.
October 20th to December 8th
Who Should Attend:
Military and other uniformed service member veterans and or on active duty suffering from:
- Chronic pain
- Post traumatic stress
- Chronic stress
- ....and other stress related symptoms