Shame: How It Works and How to De-Activate It

December 18th, 2013Cedar Barstow, M.Ed., C.H.T. Hakomi Institute and Right Use of Power Institute Host: Barry Erdman

About The Presentation

Shame is an extremely strong emotion that has a deeper and more disempowering impact than most people know, because one of shame’s main aims to keep it secret.  This presentation is an aspect of the Right Use of Power ethics work and will combine discussion and experience using a map for de-activating shame. See for more information about the topic.

About the Presenter

Cedar Barstow, is the founding executive director of the Right Use of Power Institute, in Boulder, Colorado, USA. She has spent most of her professional career as a Hakomi  Body-Centered psychotherapist and international trainer. Her special interest over the past 15 years has been teaching about the ethics of power and how to use power with sensitivity, heart, and skill.  She has authored two books and many experiential programs.

Additional Resources

Cedar Barstow’s Books:
“Right Use of Power: The Heart of Ethics”

“Living in the Power Zone: How Right Use of Power Can Transform Your Relationships”

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