Julie Brown Yau’s diverse 30-year background in psychological, somatic, and spiritual traditions provides a unique depth of knowledge and experience. Her spiritual practice, experience and study has embedded a deep passion for reducing stress, resolving trauma and cultivating compassion in our fast-paced lives.
Julie Yau holds a Ph.D. in depth psychology, and master’s degrees in both spiritual psychology and depth psychology. She is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, a certified NARM practitioner, a Dream Pattern Analyst and a yoga and meditation teacher.
Julie also works closely with people throughout and beyond the active dying process. She is the Director of Education and Program Development at Compassionate Care ALS. She developed the Cultivating Compassion Education Series for CCALS, she also offers support for those on the ALS journey, and other catastrophic dis-eases through her ongoing psychotherapeutic practice that incorporates her knowledge of somatic depth psychology, grief counseling and contemplative practices.
You can Visit Compassionate Care ALS at: www.CCALS.org
Julie has a private practice in Laguna Beach CA. She also works on Skype/Facetime with individuals across the globe.
Although it is powerful to work through trauma in weekly or bi-weekly sessions, planning an intensive can be a profound way to get to the crux of anguish and pain, uproot it, and transform your life.
An intensive is a two or three day period. The program is always personalized and spontaneous given the person’s unique needs, depth and intentions.
For those who are looking for a more immediate and profound transformation, to unleash and engage in their full creative potential, the intensive maybe the growth platform to take you into a deeper region of consciousness, allowing a greater wisdom to emerge.