Cynthia Langtiw shares an experience to support you in understanding and becoming aware of your own transformative process and engagement with your own creations, research, or projects in this reflection of Interlogs.
Dr. Cynthia Lubin Langtiw is a Haitian American licensed clinical psychologist and full professor in the clinical psychology program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has served as a supervising psychologist at Mount Sinai Hospital and currently consults with their doctoral clinical training program. Dr. Langtiw is a volunteer psychologist and clinical supervisor with The Marjorie Kovler Center for Survivors of Torture. She also provides training on psychological trauma for the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights. Her clinical work reflects a strong systemic/community sensibility that integrates a relational cultural perspective. Much of her clinical work has been helping youth, adults, families, and communities utilize their own resources to heal from trauma. Dr. Langtiw has a strong passion for teaching, qualitative research, clinical training and enjoys supporting students in finding their voice in psychology.
Sponsored by my new Dream Work Class on Skillshare
A few weeks ago, I published a new class on Dream Work, which supports people who are interested in developing a stronger ability to remember their dreams and a connected relationship to their dream wisdom with embodiment practices.
Our dreams offer access to energies and parts of ourselves that are hidden or unseen and wanting to be revealed.
This class offers specific breathing techniques, yogic and body-centered practices, and meditations that you can use to ground yourself and develop safety and playfulness for your dreams to thrive. These practices will support your nervous system in feeling a level of deep rest and relaxation, giving the capacity for you to remember your dreams even better than before or for the first time.
All the proceeds from Skillshare to me go towards supporting the Embody Podcast.
Learn more about this and other classes by me at CandiceWu.com/classes
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1:16 Opening by Cynthia
1:35 What are Interlogs?
3:49 Interlogs Experiential
11:21 Outro with Candice