Peter A. Levine PhD is a therapist who specializes in the treatment of patients who experience chronic stress and high trauma situations, such as those suffering with PTSD. This video responds to a question on how Somatic studies can aid a person in overcoming PTSD and become more resilient to future stress and trauma.
Viktor Frankl was a neurologist and psychiatrist, who with his experience of surviving the Holocaust, discovered many key features about the human psyche. Frankl’s work, and his deep belief in human potential, is a guiding force for our our team. This video describes Man’s potential and how to reach its fulfillment.
Scott Coady is a revolutionary in executive coaching. Redefining how one creates excellent leaders. The founder and director of the Institute for Embodied Wisdom, Coady has connected the mind and body to redefine good leadership. In this video, Coady presents a speech on “Authentic Leadership” to HSBC Bank.
Amy Cuddy is a professor and researcher at Harvard Business School, where she studies how nonverbal behavior and snap judgments affect all sorts of people. She has developed a theory of how body language can affect leaders and followers, an area which many people neglect. In the following video, Amy teaches the importance of the body as a leader.
Pat Ogden PhD developed a revolutionary approach to treating patients suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and attachment disturbances. She is the founder of the internationally recognized school: The Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, which utilizes a somatic approach as therapy. The following video is Ogden’s example of what her school can do, and how somatic studies should be a keystone to healing.
Robert Greenleaf reinvented the duties of a leader, claiming that being a leader requires that one serves their community. Greenleaf also founded the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership to further his beliefs. He advocated his beliefs all throughout his life, and in the following video proclaims a desperate need for more servant leaders. Our somatic approach to developing leaders emphasizes this servant role as a source of true authority – the authority granted by the follower.