Healing The Trauma Body - William Smythe

  • Advanced Structural Integration
  • May-25-2018
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A Workshop for Structural Integrators

Three the biggest mistakes SI Practitioners make when working with trauma

  • Failure to provide a safe container leading to client and practitioner overwhelm
  • Unclear boundaries
  • Not knowing how to navigate the intersubjective field

The process of touching and being touched engages all aspects of our being – physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual. We can no longer separate ourselves from our clients as an object needing fixing, but rather engage with them in a relational field where thoughts, feelings, and personal history of client and therapist are intermingling (intersubjectivity). Who we are is expressed as a resonance that can be felt by others within this relational field – they are feeling us as we are feeling them.

This introductory workshop weaves together the perspectives of Somatic Experiencing®, polyvagal theory, interpersonal neurobiology, and somatic psychology in providing us with a foundation for a “hands-on” experiential investigation into resolving trauma through the Structural Integration paradigm.

In this course you will learn how to:

  • Identify traumatic symptoms… what you need to know!
  • Create a holding environment for both you and your client – resonance.
  • Differentiate between somatic transference and somatic countertransference.
  • Discover the right use of clinical intuition.
  • Use the autonomic stress response to resolve traumatic wounding.
Registration, Tuition & Refunds

Email newssi@me.com to be put on the waiting list for the next class.

Posted By Company / May-25-2018


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