How does AIEH support recovery from traumatic experience?

Trauma is an overwhelming experience that one has not been able to integrate. CAIEHPs are trained to assist clients to regain a sense of safety in the body after trauma. As they support clients in developing inner resources to connect to the sensations and emotions of traumatic experience, CAIEHPs work with a client's biofield to support somatic releases and shifts in perspective. CAIEHPs also work with clients to develop reliable techniques of self-regulation and move towards a sense of self-mastery and agency. The CAIEHP's process of support to the traumatic experience is to facilitate the client's movement towards greater wholeness, personal integration, and internal coherence.

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