Houston, TX - Beginning I - February 26-March 1, 2021

 

THE AGENDA FOR THIS TRAINING HAS CHANGED. PLEASE CHECK THE AGENDA TAB FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION.

This training is going to be held ONLINE through Zoom. All necessary Zoom information will be emailed to students prior to the start of the training. The dates and agenda of this training may shift to better accommodate online learning. Any changes will be reflected on the Event Summary as well as through email to all registered students. If students cannot make the training due to the changes, we will waive transfer fees or offer full refunds. Email registration@traumahealing.org with questions.

 

CEs: ONLINE TRAININGS MAY AFFECT THE NUMBER OF AVAILABLE CES, PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES


 

Thank you for your interest in the SE Professional Training.

 

To Apply for the 3 Year Professional Training Program:

All prospective students for the 3 Year Professional Training Program must FIRST complete the Professional Training Application.

Click here to complete the online Application form.

Once your application has been reviewed and accepted, you will be invited to register and pay for your Beginning I Training Module.

 

 

This four-day Beginning I training module is the first of eight modules constituting the Somatic Experiencing Professional Training and is open to those enrolling for the full Somatic Experiencing Practitioner certificate program. If you are unsure about applying for the full Somatic Experiencing Professional Training, we invite you to first attend one of our introductory workshops to help you determine if the full training program is for you.

Beginning I Course Objectives:

  1. Describe the physiological basis of trauma and identify how maladaptive physiological responses to threat, and their lack of resolution, may contribute to the formation of PTSD symptoms.
  2. Track sensory and sensory-motor experience in clients and convert other elements of experience into sensory and sensory-motor experience.
  3. Demonstrate working through disorganized sensory and sensory-motor experience using the concepts of orientation, stabilization, containment, resourcing, titration, pendulation, and self-regulation to discharge un-discharged arousal in order to help organism return to homeostasis.
  4. Identify adaptive and maladaptive physiology of activation and deactivation in animals and human beings exposed to threat and its aftermath, such as incomplete orienting and defensive responses of fight, flight, and freeze.
  5. Demonstrate working with language that supports the tracking of sensation.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Students are STRONGLY encouraged to attend the first six modules (Beginning and Intermediate-levels) at the same training location to support a strong and cohesive group learning environment. If you are unable to attend one of your local training modules, please contact admissions@traumahealing.org to discuss your options.

 

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Details

  • When

  • Friday, February 26, 2021 - Monday, March 1, 2021
    9:15 AM - 3:30 PM
    Central Time

  • Where

  • ZOOM
    Texas

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