Integrating Psychology and Spirituality for Full Spectrum Healing, Transformation, and Thriving
FREE PRACTICES FOR PROCESSING TRAUMA AND REGULATING YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM IN CHALLENGING TIMES
Fellow Travelers on the Path,
In this time of collective, environmental, and global trauma, which inevitably also unearths our own individual traumas and wounds, I want to offer this Free audio and PDF download of The Yoga & Psyche Method Toolbox, which includes the very best practices I have found for processing trauma safely in the body, and regulating and and soothing our nervous systems. Drawing from depth psychology, Somatic Experiencing™, trauma healing methods, yoga and meditative practices, and neuroscience, these practices can be done solo, in pairs, or as a support to psychotherapy, yoga, and healing sessions. Read more about the practices in the PDF and/or explore them right here.
I am with you in alliance, fortitude, and embodied love,
Practice 1_Learning to Feel Emotion in the Body
Practice 2_Tracking Sensation in the Body
Practice 6_Saying Yes to the No
I am convinced that spiritual work alone does not address many of our deepest psychological knots and traumas, nor does it provide tools to address our wounds in relationship that block us from fulfilling our deepest longings, dreams, and spiritual possibilities.
The focus of my current services as a Consultant is on project-based efforts that are aimed at solutions to global issues. In this acute time of coronavirus, I am adding additional consultation time to groups, institutions, and individuals who need support in terms of building inner and outer resources, learning to process trauma in their own bodies and teaching trauma healing skills to others, and to transition their healing offerings to online platforms. I am particularly interested in philanthropic pursuits where my unique skillsets can be useful. All my services are available through video platforms.
I bring over 20 years of research, teaching, and the publication of nine books, that are translated into over a dozen languages on topics related to intersection of psychology, spirituality, yoga, world religions, and contemporary spiritual traditions. My clinical work as a psychotherapist included consulting, mediating, and providing psychological services to spiritual and religious teachers/leaders, communities, and emergencies, as well as creating preventative psychological health programs for spiritual and religious groups. I have mediated, advised, and supported healing in many large spiritual scandals. Specializing in trauma and somatics (body-centered) psychology, I supported individuals, couples, and families, and initiated school yoga programs for high-risk youth.
Although my Psychotherapy and Spiritual Guidance are very full, and I am currently offering only short-term, solution-focused work, I am mentoring and supervising a group of talented psychotherapists, psychiatrists, coaches, yoga therapists, clergy, and peer counselors to provide the specific types of services I have offered over many years, and have a strong referral base to offer you—several who are willing to work at a significant sliding scale in order to support others during the coronavirus time. To learn more about the Psychological Services and Spiritual Guidance I have offered and are mentoring others in, see my Spiritual Guidance, Somatics (Body-Centered) and Trauma, and Individual/Couples specializations.
I am also offering a new 9-Month Online Global Mentorship Program beginning September, 2020, for which admission is currently open. More information here.
9-Month Global Online Mentorship, September 2020 – May 2021
Clinical and Non-Clinical Tracks Available
Registration for 2020-2021 group open. For more information and registration GO HERE
Yoga & Psyche Immersion: Trauma and Regulating Your Nervous System in Challenging Times
through Integrating Somatic Experiencing™ and Yoga
An Online Immersion, with in-person attendance possible at Yoga Tree if San Francisco yoga studios are open in August
August 29-30, 2020, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PST/California Time*, Yoga Tree, San Francisco
$350/$299 by July 31**
*All sessions are recorded and available for 2 months after the immersion for those in different time zones,
and for anyone who wishes to review the training.
** We value global participation. Please inquire for tuition equivalent outside the United States if necessary.
This is the only event where I will be teaching Trauma Healing skill sets this year.
Come Online or In-Person if Possible!
12 CEs available through SCRC
Go Here for More Information About the Immersion and In-Person Registration
Go Here to Register for Online Training Directly
Yoga & Psyche: Integrating the Paths of Yoga and Psychology for Healing, Transformation, and Joy
by Mariana Caplan, PhD, MFT
Foreword by Don Hanlon Johnson, PhD,
author of Body: Recovering Our Sensual Wisdom
A daring, brilliant, groundbreaking look at spirituality in the modern world. with deft elegance, Caplan shows that psychological transformation and spiritual awakening are inseparably one process.
~ Reginald Ray, author of Touching Enlightenment
People are regularly amazed to discover that psychological self-exploration is not a task to dread, but a joy to uncover.
~ Mariana Caplan
Watch The Yoga & Psyche Book Trailer
Mariana and her book are a wonderful life coach, guide, and resource for all those in search of peace, love, and healing… She can help us all to find the way to a quiet mind free of turbulence.
~ Bernie Siegel, MD, Author of The Art of Healing and Love, Medicine, & Miracles
Mariana Caplan is a highly integrative thinker and writer.
~ Stephen Cope, Author of Yoga and the Quest for the True Self
Seamlessly weaving yoga, neuroscience, somatics, and psychotherapy with the latest research, Mariana’s work is accessible, practical, and intelligent.
~ Elena Brower, Author of Art of Attention
Marian Caplan, whose work I have followed for many years, is a pioneer in articulating these deeper significances of yogic practice particularly in tandem with the important developments in psychology.
~ Don Hanlon Johnson, PhD, professor, founder of the CIIS Somatic Psychology Graduate Program and author