Portland, OR - Intermediate I - August 25-28, 2017

Summary & Registration Information

This four-day Intermediate I training module is the 4th of 8 modules constituting the Somatic Experiencing Professional Training.

Intermediate I Course Objectives:

  1. Identify the hallmarks and common symptoms of a nervous system displaying Global High Intensity Activation (GHIA). 
  2. Identify the key defensive impulses, symptoms and typical coping mechanisms of pre-and peri-natal trauma.
  3. Demonstrate understanding of and skills in working with anesthesia trauma.
  4. Demonstrate understanding of and skills in working with suffocation, choking, and drowning. 
  5. Demonstrate understanding of, and skills in working with, High Impact Accidents/Failure of Physical Defense (motor vehicle accidents, falls, etc).
  6. Demonstrate understanding of, and skills in working with inescapable attack (animal attack, rape, sexual abuse, escape inhibited).

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, you may request to take a module in an alternate location (if space is available) or to make up one of your Beginning or Intermediate modules by DVD.

 

Membership Information

Sign up for your student membership by going to the membership page - www.traumahealing.org/membership. Don't miss any of your great membership benefits!

 

 

Details

  • When

  • Friday, August 25, 2017 - Monday, August 28, 2017

  • Where

  • World Forestry Center
    4033 SW Canyon Rd.
    Portland, Oregon 97232
    503-233-6500

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