Healing Early Imprints: Prenatal & Birth Therapy

healing early imprints

August 17-20, 2018
Colorado School of Energy Studies
4900 Nautilus Ct. Ste. 210, Boulder, CO


The growing field of pre- and perinatal somatic psychology offers profound insights into how our early experiences fundamentally shape and inform our lives and behaviors as adults. Understanding the impact of early trauma and helping clients of all ages heal and transform offers a critical therapeutic paradigm.

Ray and Anna will present practical principles and emphasize hands on subtle energy skills that deepen Pre- and Perinatal Somatic Psychological skills and understanding that expand your capacity to track babies and children in the context of their family relationships.  Ray will show videos of his work with babies, children and families. Ray and Anna will emphasize how to orient and track innate resources and blueprint energies in ways that amplify healing and secure attachment for babies, children, parents and families.

This workshop is especially geared towards birth workers, professionals who work with infants and young children and therapists interested in how early trauma affects their adult clients.

This is a rare and exciting chance to catch Ray and Anna together in Colorado. Space is limited, advance registration will ensure you a place in the workshop.


Dr. Raymond Castellino (DC retired) began his journey into the healing arts in 1969.  He has been at forefront of understanding the impacts of early trauma since 1980. In his innovative approaches to healing, he facilitates people of all ages to resolve and re-pattern prenatal and birth trauma imprinting. This includes facilitating babies and children in the family setting and adults in individual and small group settings. He is the director of Castellino Prenatal and Birth Trainings; Co-founder and Co-Clinic Director of BEBA (Building and Enhancing Bonding and Attachment) a non-profit research family clinic.

Anna Chitty is the co-founder of the Colorado School of Energy Studies in Boulder, Colorado and has been teaching and practicing Polarity Therapy and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy for over 40 years. She has developed a unique approach to teaching that combines experiential and cognitive approaches based on an understanding of the Autonomic Nervous System. During her career, she has focused on understanding how body, emotions, and mind are essentially interdependent and unified in their function.

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