Day one provides an overview of Somatic Experiencing,a body-centered approach to treating trauma that will help participants understand the physiology of trauma and integrate concepts of containment, resourcing, orienting to safety and more. Skills such as grounding, tracking sensations, titration and more will be introduced.
Days two examine case studies and experiential exercises to help participants identify the correlation between Sensory Processing Disorder and Trauma.
Who Should Attend
Target audience: Early childhood therapists, educators, occupational therapists, couples therapists, addictions therapists, individual psychotherapists, trauma therapists, body workers, medical staff, and parents.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Attendees will
- Recognize the inter-connection between the body senses, auto/self-regulation and their importance in relationships
- Apply a Sensory Motor Integrative model for treating disorders of trauma and attachment