My Journey with and Through Burnout

~ by Camilla Jørgensen, licensed DEI Trainer & Consultant. My journey as a bodyworker began 25 years ago, when I met my Hawaiian massage teacher and trained with him over a 12 year period. I was in my early twenties and didn’t really know yet what I wanted to do when I grew up. Now I had found it. He told me I had a healing … Read More

3 Secrets Healthy Empaths Know That Transform Stuck Emotional Patterns

By Jessica Moore, Licensed DEI Trainer Are you a sensitive person who feels just a bit too much? Do you struggle with cycling anxiety or self-criticism? Do you sometimes just wish your emotions would go away and give you a break? I am here to tell you that even though your emotions may be causing problems for you, your emotions themselves are not the problem. If … Read More

Empathy in the Middle East

Pia Ault, MS, licensed DEI Trainer shares the experience of her recent empathy workshop in Saudi Arabia. A few months ago, I was invited to hold a workshop on Dynamic Emotional Integration® in Saudi Arabia, at a large government university (male only) for managers and directors. As men and boys are typically part of what we call the exile group – that is, a group who are … Read More

How Close is Close Enough?

Licensed DEI® Trainer and Equine Assisted Coach Practitioner, Pia Ault, MS, reflects on her recent workshop: Co-Creation and Connection happened in abundance in last week’s “Let Go and Be Enough” horse-guided workshop in Dubai. When working with horses, we believe “pressure motivates but release teaches,” and six women applied this concept when actively moving and directing a 1000 lb animal around an arena. To get to … Read More

Maintaining empathy in the midst of deep conflict

Sherry Jean Olander There are a lot of emotions running through our country this week. Grief, Anger, Sadness, Confusion, Envy, Hate, Suicidal Urge, Shame, Fear… I’ve been reading posts and articles on Facebook – watching videos, and feeling so much empathy for all the victims, friends, family, and also those who are strangers to all involved, but still feel passionately about the terrible and tragic status … Read More