Trauma and the Body: The Theory and Practice of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
MAY 12, 2018
Does it ever feel like healing from past trauma through traditional therapy is incomplete?
Clinicians can learn to tap into the wisdom of the body to help their clients heal from trauma. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is based on current research on neurobiology and trauma and the technique is used to address both traumatic and non-traumatic attachment related issues incorporating the wisdom of the body.
During the various stages of the work, through embedded relational mindfulness, we integrate the emotional, cognitive, and bodily processes to achieve adaptive strategies for self-regulation with respect to traumatic experience, and for relationship in daily life. The work seeks to increase the emotional repertoire of the individual for healthier attachment relationships, and more functional daily living.
Discover how the body holds past trauma, and how it also provides inroads into what clients need in order to recover and move on, even if the trauma occurred decades ago. Find out what to do and where to start with simple relational mindfulness interventions that will help your clients draw upon the intelligence of their bodies.
Credit hours: 6
Location: Corr's Corner Hotel, 315 Ballyclare Rd, Newtownabbey, UK BT36 4TQ.
Instructor: Anthony Buckley
Tuition: 75 GBP.
Contact: SPI Admissions, 3034473290, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local Contact: Terence Patrick Shevlin, 02825657212, email@example.com.
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