Sarah’s 2018 Monthly Webinar Series

2018 LIVE WEBINAR TOPICS:

Scapegoating: Decoding Blame in Families and Other Systems

JANUARY WEBINAR: Tues. January 30 at 7pm PST

“It’s his fault.” “If she weren’t so sensitive we wouldn’t be in this pickle.” “He brought it on himself.” “They shouldn’t be so …” Blame is the easiest of all reactions to any kind of difficulty. Join Sarah to discover the neurobiological underpinnings of scapegoating and blame, and to explore ways of bringing empathy and resonant language into the picture.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

Change the World by Entering the Right Hemisphere, Home of Empathy

FEBRUARY WEBINAR: Tues. February 13 at 7pm PST

Would you like to learn how to change the world, every moment? Humans have the capacity to live in an instrumental world, where everything is measured in effectiveness, accomplishment and status. We also contain within us an entire world of relationality and resonance, which we often have very little access to.

In order to bring this way of seeing the world to life, with its sustained well-being, we need to be seen ourselves with warmth and understanding. Join Sarah for the research and processes which support the movement into the right hemisphere.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

Money and Empathy: Creating a Different Relationship with Money

MARCH WEBINAR: Tues. March 20 at 7pm PST

Are you often stretching beyond what you have, financially? Is it difficult to find your way to sustainability and ease with money? Money and sustainability are complicated issues, interlaced with the traumas of scarcity, betrayal, loss, disappointment, and the abandonment of relationality. Empathy and resonance can help, particularly when we know where to look for the wounds that need healing. Spend 90 minutes with Sarah to explore how to create a different relationship with money.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

"I have been a webinar subscriber for 3 years now and these are the BEST webinars in the industry! Sarah translates complex neuroscience concepts into interesting and relevant material, combining research-based knowledge with warmth and compassion. Highly recommended."

- Olga Nguyen, Certified Trainer with Centre for Nonviolent Communication

The Shadow: IPNB and Empathy

APRIL WEBINAR: Tues. April 17 at 7pm PST

What do we not know about ourselves? We don’t know what we have made agreements with ourselves not to see. We don’t know what has not yet emerged. We don’t know how we look from outside ourselves. And we don’t know what has been obscured by trauma. All of these things are our shadow, the part of ourselves that is hidden from us because we can only see what is in the light. Join Sarah in exploring what the research shows us about what we don’t even suspect about ourselves and our brains.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

The IPNB of Relaxation: How to Find our Way to Ease

MAY WEBINAR: Tues. May 29 at 7pm PST

Is rest elusive? Do you invite yourself to consciously release your tension, only to find your shoulders around your ears as soon as your attention shifts? Relaxation and rest are essential for healthy immune system functioning, yet they can be hard to find.

Why is this? What does research tell us about relaxation and what it brings us in terms of well-being, and what does it tell us about our own difficulties reaching it? And how can empathy help?

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

Exhaustion, Cortisol, Chronic Fatigue and the Hypothalamus: what can Empathy Bring?

JUNE WEBINAR: Tues. June 26 at 7pm PST

Are you ever so exhausted that it is hard to move? Do you lose energy after exertion or stress, and have to spend time recuperating in order to be able to recognize yourself again? What do regular exhaustion and chronic fatigue have in common, and where do they differ?

What role do cortisol and cortisol depletion play in our energy stores and resilience? And why are some people implicating the hypothalamus in questions of fatigue? Join Sarah for an in-depth exploration of this matter.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

"Working with Sarah, my body has changed from being a highly reactive one with panic attacks and anxiety into a calm, peaceful and resilient body. Through Sarah Peyton's work I have learned to listen to my witness self and give kindness to myself in times of challenge. My nervous system has changed as a result of the practices learned from Sarah Peyton. I highly recommend her!

- Carol Lindsay

Intuition: Supporting Knowing Presence with Empathy and Research

JULY WEBINAR: Tues. April 24 at 7pm PST

Do you sometimes get a sense of what to do, how to move, or what to say, rather than having to think everything through and plan it out? And sometimes do you wish you had more access to spontaneous confidence and “knowing?” The more fully we inhabit the present moment, the more available intuition is to us. In this webinar, we will look at what research has been done into intuition, and explore the empathy processes that can support the movement into knowing presence.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

Stories and the Brain: Narrative, the Importance of Empathy and Neuroscience

AUGUST WEBINAR: Tues. August 21 at 7pm PST

How are stories told? How universal is the narrative arc, and what does it do to our brains? How do we get pulled inside of stories, and what do compelling narratives have to do with empathy processes? How do the stories we tell help to heal us?

In this session we will explore the effects that narratives have on our brains and how to use what we know to support well-being and recovery from difficult experiences.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

Traumatic Brain Injury: Empathy and the Path of Healing

SEPTEMBER WEBINAR: Tues. Sept. 25 at 7pm PST

The path to healing from Traumatic Brain Injury necessarily takes time. It is helpful to fully understand what the brain is doing as it heals, and to know how to share empathy with those who have experienced TBI and those who support and love survivors of TBI.

In this session we will learn what empathy for the cells sounds like in cases of TBI, and get a chance to hear how to use resonant language to make the healing journey easier.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

"The information Sarah shares and the way she shares it has changed me. More than ever before I am able to be calm, clear headed and lovingly proactive in response to how I feel and in dealing with others - what a relief! I HIGHLY recommend her anyone and everyone!"

- Katherine Betts

Marijuana and Endocannabinoids: Play and Trauma, How can Empathy Help?

OCTOBER WEBINAR: Tues. Oct. 23 at 7pm PST

In an age where marijuana is being legalized in the United States, what do we need to know about what marijuana does to the brain? How addictive is marijuana? And what do we need to know about how cannabis supports people? The brain creates its own endogenous cannabinoids that do such varied things as help us after traumatic events and support play, both of which may help us understand the compelling nature of marijuana use. Join Sarah for an exploration of where and how to bring resonant empathy to bear to support well-being in relationship to marijuana.

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

The Relational Neuroscience of Conflict and Reactivity

NOVEMBER WEBINAR: Tues. Nov. 27 at 7pm PST

What causes conflict and reactivity at the level of our brain? What can research show us about how reactivity is defused, and how long does it take for bodies to calm? What makes mediation work? What role does implicit memory play in reactivity, and how can we bring empathy and our NVC skills to bear in the long-term to transform reactivity into calm and connection?

Join Sarah for this exploration, just in time for the winter holidays with family.

 

  • $20
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.

FREE: Sarah’s 2018 Process Work Explorations

DECEMBER WEBINAR: Tues. Dec. <date TBD> at 7pm PST

Every December Sarah offers a free webinar exploring depth process work. Exact process work topic to be announced!

  • $FREE
  • 90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)
  • Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar, and post-webinar access to download the recording + slides.