The perceptual concept of our limits could be compared at least in part with our sense of self. This leads us to say that the more positive our life experience and the more intense the positive sensory experience associated with it, the more solid our personal sense of limit will be. Boundaries are important to differentiate whats me, my space and what belongs to the other person. If this is in a grown up awareness than we can relate with ourselve and the other person.The stronger our limits, the more secure and effective we will be in relation to the outside world.
In Sckocktrauma, the most time happens boundary rupture. This means a loose of safety, trust and orientation in timeand space what creates dysregulation and a loose of selfcontact.
In developmental trauma is a lck of knowing about "what is a good boundary" because in the different ages of growing the boundaries were hurt.
During this 3 days of course we will theoretical understand about boundaries and explore in a safe atmosphare boundaries