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East Bay CAMFT

Bridging the Mind-Body Dichotomy

  • October 03, 2012
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • St. Mark's United Methodist Church
Presenter: Dr. Nicky Silver
St. Mark's United Methodist Church
451 Moraga Way, Orinda (map)

There is a growing awareness in the field of psychotherapy that  emotional pain is held in the body as well as in the mind.  This is exhibited in the developing field of somatic psychotherapy.

As a chiropractor I have focused my practice on bridging this mind-body dichotomy.   For example, when a patient comes to see me, I am equally interested in their relationship with their symptoms as I am with the symptoms themselves. 

Throughout my 30 year career, I have especially enjoyed working collaboratively with therapists oriented toward this perspective.   What I have found is that each of our specialties enhances the healing and well being of our shared patients.

This presentation will offer participants:

*a mind and body approach as seen through my lens as a chiropractor

*somatic indicators of how our bodies hold certain patterns

*simple techniques you can use with clients who are experiencing aroused or depressed emotional states

Dr Nicky Silver has been a practicing chiropractor for over 30 years.  She studied extensively with The Center for MindBody Medicine with Dr. James Gordon as well as with holistic health pioneers including Dr. Bernie Siegel, Dr. Carl Simonton and Dr. Elisabeth Kubler Ross.

Dr Silver uses gentle chiropractic care, craniosacral therapy and creative processes to support her patients in living a life with less pain and more vitality.  A main focus of her work is teaching skills for self care.  Her office is located in Oakland.

Please RSVP to Sandy McQuillin at so we know for how many attendees we need to prepare space and nourishment. This is a 1-hour CEU course.

East Bay Chapter, CA Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
P.O Box 6278 Albany, CA 94706

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