2021 Radical Recovery Summit
Watch free January 8 to 17th

Check out the impressive experts I was fortunate to interview for our summit including Stephen Porges, Scott Kiloby, Pete Walker, Rhonda Freeman, Mark Wolynn and Heidi Green. This year Teri Wellbrock interviewed me! Click here then scroll down on our Teachable platform to see a short clip of all our speakers in action.


Please note Zoom needs: PASSCODE 397228 to come into our Daily Morning Meditation 8AM Eastern
Meeting ID: 645 904 638
PASSCODE: 397228

OR this new link

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/645904638?pwd=NStrWWdBTXJUNW1GaGpndGQxNlJaUT09

Join us live every day 8AM Eastern Zoom

Kindness and Compassion 7 practices on this YouTube playlist

Thank you Daniela Hess for your warm reception and this opportunity to share my work with your Yoga Farm Ithaca Community. Yogafarm.us
Invitation to sleep (10 min)
This is difficult and we can work with it (22 min)
Many in our community listen to this often (22 min)

Online Learning
When Crisis Hits

We are all affected when crisis trauma happens. It could be a tragic accident, a sudden death or loss. This course is for you if you are experiencing that now or if you would like to be prepared by building resilience and strength. First 10 people to use this link receive the course free. Preview all 4 courses, Details and Coupons

Healing is possible!

Women’s Healing Trauma 
Weekly Small Group
with Lynn Fraser

Thursdays January 7 to February 25
2PM Eastern 19.00 UK
OR: Sundays at 7PM Eastern
Please email lynnfraserstillpoint@gmail.com or sign up

This is a small group of 10 women. By signing up for this, you are invited to be my guest for my Sunday 10AM class.

We need safe places to speak our truth. To be listened to, believed and experience the trust that grows from a foundation of kindness and respect. These classes can be that place.

Safety IS the treatment. In this experiential series of classes together we do practices to begin and deepen trust in yourself and nurture authentic kindness and compassion within.  We cover the essentials of “how it works” so you understand your body, feelings, nervous system, shame, judgment and the essential role of social trust and connection. You strengthen your capacity to see through and release identification with experiences that commonly lead to core deficiency beliefs of unworthiness, unlovability – that feeling like there is something basically wrong with you. Details


Trust and Connection
Sundays 10AM Eastern
January 3 through February 28

Is it okay to be me?

Now Free

Sundays 10AM Eastern January 3 through February 28
Zoom No. 582 534 511 Passcode 469878
Join us! I have waived fees for these classes during the Pandemic

Okay, I finally get the courage to know who I am and say what I really feel. Maybe I even like myself. What now? Am I just going to be rejected or ridiculed the way I was so many times in the past? I’m beginning to understand that what happened when I was a child wasn’t my fault. But … is feeling all this pain worth it? I know from a lifetime of experience that people will hurt me. Is it worth reaching out again? Is it even possible to be free?

Neuroception is our unconscious perception of danger and safety. It is an ongoing involuntary response of our nervous system and it drives more of our life experience than we might realize or want. Our system is set up with a negativity bias to avoid danger. This is how the primitive brain evolved to increase our chances of survival. It makes a split second analysis and doesn’t stop to consider options like our more developed pre-frontal cortex, our thinking brain. And wow, does this ever get us in trouble!

Developing a regulated nervous system is the most important work we can do to heal from our past. With this steadiness and confidence, we still move up and down on the polyvagal ladder between freeze, fight/flight, and trust and connection. We allow ourselves this movement without shame. We recognize early signs of flight/ fight/ freeze and move into repair. We see when we turn our backs on ourselves and we know how to reconnect. We are rewiring our brain and nervous system to feel comfortable with authenticity and truth. We are becoming free. 

How do we bring this freedom and trust into deepening our friendship with ourselves and relationships with others? Let’s explore this together Sundays in January and February. 10AM Eastern for 75 minutes. It’s free during the pandemic.

Details here. Please email at lynnfraserstillpoint@gmail.com to let me know you’d like to attend so I can send you the recordings.
Zoom 582 534 511 Passcode 469878


Gabor Maté, James S. Gordon, Pete Walker, Joan Tollifson, Rick Hanson, and 10 more amazing people generously gave us help during the Radical Recovery Summit. They’re back with pandemic support bringing more FREE programs, workshops and wisdom. Their brief interviews live HERE


The Healing Place Podcast
Thank you Teri Wellbrock for our in-depth look at trauma-healing strategies. It’s a delight to find passionate like-minded people.
Available on Apple Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and more.

Should you want to watch, we’re on Youtube as well.

Trauma Therapist Podcast

It was a thrill to be interviewed by Guy MacPherson on the Trauma Therapist Podcast. I have learned so much from his guests over the years.
Listen on iTunes Episode #304.   TraumaTherapist.com
Read my blogs about the experience and reflection on my healing journey.
Interview and Telling the Truth

Not Another Anxiety Show Podcast

Not Another Anxiety Show Podcast, with Kelli Walker, R.N., M.S.N.
Not Another Anxiety Show Episode #160
Available on Apple Podcasts (iTunes)


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