Human beings are created to connect with others. When we feel safe, we spontaneously engage with others, and this in turn helps us to feel stable within ourselves. Stephen Porges (2016) explains trauma as a “chronic disruptedness of connectedness,” which in turn, upsets that internal stability. This understanding has significant implications for working with clients who have experienced complex trauma. Much of the connectedness and reparative work in trauma treatment involves implicit right brain to right brain communication between the client and the therapist. How do we communicate implicitly with our clients' right brains? How do we help clients who have experienced complex trauma to feel safe within themselves? How do we enable them to connect with others? These and other questions will be addressed in this interactive workshop.