Level II: Emotional Processing, Meaning Making, and Attachment Repair
JUNE 29, 2018 - JULY 28, 2019
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy identifies two general kinds of interrelated psychological issues: developmental and traumatic. Developmental issues result from disturbed early attachment relationships that lead to limiting beliefs about oneself and the world. Post-traumatic stress disorder results from overwhelming experience that remains unintegrated. Early attachment disturbances can lead to a wide variety of adult relational problems, especially when combined with unresolved trauma.
Level II of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Training Program illustrates how traumatic, attachment, and developmental issues influence one another and how to provide effective treatment given their inevitable intertwining. In this training, research from the attachment and neuroscience fields provides the theoretical foundation for Sensorimotor Psychotherapy interventions and practices that address the effects of suboptimal and/or traumatic early attachment.
The Level II Training consists of approximately 180 contact hours.
Continuing Education Credit: Continuing education credit for this Training is co-sponsored by Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI) and The Institute for Continuing Education (ICE). The opportunity to secure credit is included with tuition; materials to secure credit will be provided for participants onsite.
Times: Fridays & Saturdays: 9:00am-5:30pm (two 15 min. breaks, 1.5 hour lunch)
Sundays: 9:00am-3:30pm (two 15 min. breaks, 1 hour lunch)
Location: Rudramandir, 830 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94710. Map
Trainers: Ame Cutler, Ph.D., Kelley Callahan, PhD
Tuition: 5,500 USD. A deposit of $500.00 is due to provisionally secure a place in the training - deposit is not due at time of application. Refund Policy
Contact: SPI Admissions, 3034473290, email@example.com.
Local Contact: Janina Fisher, PhD, 510-891-1809, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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