Application Form - Small Group Case Consult Provider

Thank you for your interest in becoming an Group Case Consult Provider with our Somatic Experiencing professional trainings.

Interested in Assisting or Providing outside the United States?

As a small group case consult provider, you are taking on an expanded leadership and educational role within the SE community. Group case consultations include elements of the teaching function, so special attention has been given in establishing criteria at this level of approval. Those approved for small group case consults will be on the SE Faculty Track, or will have significant related teaching or group consultation experience. Assisting at SE Professional Trainings and providing individual case consultations is not considered sufficient experience to qualify as an SE small group case consult provider.

Case consultation groups are intended for review of SE course material and consultation about clients with whom the SE trainee/SEP is working. Authorization as a small group case consultation provider does not authorize the provider to make actual presentations of SE material or to otherwise engage in teaching SE methods.

We appreciate the service that our approved session providers offer to our students. We understand that providers also benefit professionally and financially from offering these sessions. Please note, however, that being a session provider should not be considered a career path. We cannot guarantee that providers will progress through the provider levels or maintain approval to provide credited sessions/consults after receiving initial approval.

Please be sure you have read and understood our Group Case Consult Provider Guidelines.

Completing this application will take about 20 minutes. 
Please note that you will be required to upload your resume and faculty recommendations during this application process.

Also please note that in addition to this application and your resume, you are also required to sign the Provider Informed Consent & Release Agreement. You will be given a link to the agreement on the last page of the application.

Please make sure all required documents are included. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

If you have questions, please visit our FAQs. If you cannot find answers to your questions there, you may contact assisting@traumahealing.org .

Please allow up to 3 weeks for your application to be processed. Once approved, you will receive a letter via email authorizing you to assist or provide at the level for which you have applied. This letter may be presented to your local organizer, coordinator or faculty member as proof of your authorization.