Embodied mindful pause & trauma therapy

The following videos (from 2014) feature Nevine Sultan describing how she has been using using the embodied mindful pause in trauma therapy, for eating disorder and for a victim of sexual abuse. Please note that, at the time the video was made, the embodied mindful pause was referred to as Active Pause.

Eating disorder (15 minutes):

Sexual abuse (11 minutes):

These videos fgeature Nevine Sultan, a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC Intern) practicing in San Antonio, TX. She has a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. Mary’s University, and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision with a concentration in Somatics. Nevine embraces an embodied phenomenological approach to psychotherapy, research, and pedagogy. She is especially passionate about the relationally shared experience between therapist and client, and the impact of the embodiment and somatic awareness of the therapist on empathic presence and therapeutic praxis.