About Susan Skye

CNVC Certified Trainer from Portland, Oregon, USA 

Susan Skye is a trainer, private consultant and speaker. An Assistant Dean at UCLA in the early 70s, she co-created and taught the Women’s Studies Program there. Since 1976 she has conducted trainings in a variety of self-development areas. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College, Yale University and Pacifica Graduate Institute, Susan has Masters’ degrees in both Psychology and Russian and East European Studies. She has had a private consulting practice for more than 20 years.

A founder of the NVC Training Insitute, Susan has given NVC trainings in the U.S.A., Canada, Europe and Korea and has been a regular trainer at CNVC's International Intensive Trainings. She has worked with General Motors and the government of British Columbia amongst others. She served as the CNVC Registration Coordinator for Certification Candidates in North and South America for almost 10 years.


Healing Childhood Trauma

A Recording with CNVC Certified Trainer Susan Skye from Portland, Oregon

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In this segment, Susan talks about "the unlivable contract" and how our limbic system holds core beliefs.

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Childhood trauma and neglect are the origins of most inner jackal voices and most of our fear-based behaviors.  In this recording you will learn how these energies evolved and how to establish compassionate communication with these disconnected parts of your mind.

The impact of early childhood trauma is enormous. Many of our core beliefs are formed from our instinctive attempts as babies or young children to survive, and our reactivity often results from early trauma and neglect.

Because memory of this material is stored in the limbic system, an ancient part of the brain, ‘talk therapy’ is generally unable to affect change as such a cognitive approach cannot reach this nonverbal part of our brain.

In this recording Susan Skye will describe the limbic system, help listeners understand how the limbic brain gets triggered and introduce us to communicating more compassionately with these most hurt, wounded and tender parts of ourselves.

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