It starts with learning that the body is information you can listen to ...
Hi, I'm Shlomy
I am the creator of Human Caring.
Human Caring is an online platform that supports and inspires professionals who work to facilitate the learning process of others, and for individuals who want help with PTSD, stress, anxiety, and depression or sexual issues.
For the past 7 years, I had the task of implementing body-mind interventions in the established healthcare system.At my former workplace in the Military Psychiatric Ambulatory and Sexological Clinic, the Capital Region of Denmark Psychiatry, Rigshospitalet, I had a vision – treatment must involve the whole person.Although my focus and interest were mainly PTSD and trauma treatment, I came in contact with many people and many diagnoses, and I became increasingly aware of:The nervous system is central to how we experience the world and ourselves here and now. We can learn to work with it and not against it. It requires a desire to learn, a learning space, and one that supports the process through an authentic and safe relationship.The biological, the psychological, and the social are interrelated and therefore the treatment must involve this complex and fascinating context.I have dedicated my time to gathering, practicing, treating, researching, communicating, and teaching relevant and coherent knowledge in mindfulness, body therapy, yoga, psychology, neurophysiology, and the nervous system.The result was a comprehensive treatment offering that was not there before.
As a professional, here you can experience an inspirational learning space that can offer supervision and will strengthen your relationship capacity as well as authenticity in contact with your clients. You will learn about the central role of the nervous system and its crucial importance for your clients’ experience of themselves and their surroundings.You will be inspired to use practical tools to work directly with your own and your clients’ nervous system so that your clients can achieve a greater quality of life.
As an individual seeking help, you can experience a safe and non-judgmental learning space where you can learn to work with your challenges and become your own medicine at your pace and in your safe environment.You can gain a basic understanding of the connection between your body and your thoughts and feelings.You will strengthen your ability to connect your head to the body and train your mental “muscles” such as attention, body awareness, acceptance, curiosity, understanding, and economizing of energy.In your learning process, you can experience improvement in sleep quality, greater safety within your body, and receive tools to relax and reduce your tension, both bodily and mentally.Safety and quality of life are not about control or to avoid discomfort nor to be flawless or without limitationIt’s about the way we can meet ourselves and the world around us
Safety and quality of life are not about control or to avoid discomfort nor to be flawless or without limitation
It’s about the way we can meet ourselves and the outside world
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Human Caring is about a relationship that can affect our entire organism
Since I was very young, I have been fascinated by people and the big questions in life.
This fascination quickly turned into a vibrant and intensive learning process of myself.
the various Eastern traditions and the Western scientific approach, as well
as my journeys in the world and my journeys in my inner world, have created a solid understanding in contact with many many people through my clinical work at Rigshospitalet Copenhagen and elsewhere.
One thing became more and more clear to me:
WE ARE ALL IN THE SAME BOAT
As a professional treating other people, this insight is my foundation.
The human relation, the human condition, the human understanding, acceptance, and respect for diversity are my professionalism.
For me, safety, acceptance, attention, and curiosity are necessary conditions for a learning process where we can learn about ourselves and the boat we are in.
For me, therapy is not a movement from “sick” to “healthy” but more a meeting – an exchange, where we are exploring our relationship to what is and gradually we discover the potential to be best friends with the moment as it is.