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We all want to survive, thrive, and love well, and are genetically wired to do so. Of course, trauma and distress intrudes and contributes to all our defensive programming. So, we are also wired to worry, be depressed, create conflicts, and get in our own way.
A common element of many trauma treatments, most psychotherapy, and much spiritual practice is something called “dual focus” — our capacity to anchor ourselves in the feeling of being safe, capable, and worthy in the present moment, while simultaneously extending our awareness to distressing feelings, thoughts, memories, impulses, judgments, and events. There is a lot of data supporting the presence of an adaptive information processing system in the brain that, under the right circumstances of dual focus, integrates traumatic memories and helps us grow to be more able, more fluent with complexity, and more at peace with the world.
Join us as Dr. Keith explores dual focus and how to bring it to bear on accelerating our personal and relational evolution.
About Keith Witt
Dr. Keith Witt is a Licensed Psychologist, teacher, and author who has lived and worked in Santa Barbara, CA. for over forty years. Dr. Witt is also the founder of The School of Love.
About Corey deVos
Corey W. deVos is the proverbial "man behind the curtain". He is Editor-in-Chief of Integral Life, as well as Managing Editor of KenWilber.com. He has worked for Integral Institute/Integal Life since Spring of 2003, and has been a student of integral theory and practice since 1996.