Presented by Dr Andrew Harkin
Current research is showing that trauma is largely remembered non-verbally, leaving the body and nervous system primed for future threat. Through a combination of lecture material, experiential exercises and discussion, this workshop will introduce a body oriented approach to working with unresolved trauma.
Andrew’s approach to training draws on Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and encompasses the most recent theoretical understanding regarding neuroscience and the impact of our experiences on our body, as well as providing a clear and pragmatic link between theory and practice.
Hobart: February 24 & 25, 2020
Launceston: February 27 & 28, 2020
Cost: $535 early bird, thereafter $595 per ticket
Prices include GST; early bird must be paid by November 15, 2019
This two day workshop is for practitioners who want to develop the skills and confidence to integrate the body into their trauma work. It is both experiential and skill development focused.
- · Review current neuroscience and practical applications in relation to safe trauma work.
- · Understand the role of the body in trauma treatment including the role of procedural learning and its relevance to trauma treatment.
- · Apply simple somatic techniques to facilitate client’s self-regulation including directed mindfulness.
- · Acquire increased knowledge and skills in assisting clients to develop body based resources and enable them to experience and stabilise embodiment.
- · Understand the significance of the relational field in body based psychotherapy.
Download the flyer and booking form to secure your spot in this workshop.