Yet current trauma work and literature is dominated by men from a male perspective. And most trauma learning doesn’t take sex or gender into consideration.
As women, we are contending with power and the boundary confusion that comes with power dynamics.
We are also contending with social nervous systems developed for maternal bonding.
Female hormones have an impact on our nervous system responses.
Understand how female hormones, impact how you heal from trauma
Get a simplified understanding of the complex polyvagal theory, and how its affecting your relationships and intimacy
Learn how to gain a greater sense of power and purpose in your life starting today.
Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing trauma resolution practitioner, birth doula, single mom, and author of the soon to be released book Call of The Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Power and Use it for Good.
She has trained yoga teachers, bodyworkers and birth workers both nationally and internationally specializing in scar tissue remediation and women’s pelvic, gynecological, and sexual health.
She has ushered thousands of women into their full voices and sexual expression through her signature courses Activate Your Inner Jaguar, Forging a Feminine Path, and MotherCircle.
use it for good.