St. Louis, MO - Beginning I & Group Case Consult - April 12-15, 2019


Thank you for your interest in the SE Professional Training.

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


Beginning I Course Objectives:

  1. Understand 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.

To Apply Online:

To pay in full with your credit card using our online application process, please have the these two documents completed and ready to attach to your online registration:

  1. A current curriculum vitae (resume)
  2. A completed training application form

As part of the application process you will also be required to sign our online SE Training Informed Consent and Release Agreement


You are NOT fully registered by just making a payment. Applications will not be reviewed or approved until all application materials have been received. 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 can 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.

Required Reading:

Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma by Peter A. Levine, PhD
In an Unspoken Voice: How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness by Peter A. Levine, PhD 



  • When

  • Friday, April 12, 2019 - Monday, April 15, 2019

  • Where

  • Brentwood Recreation Complex
    2505 S. Brentwood Blvd
    St. Louis, Missouri 63144

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