Learn how to approach healing trauma from a somatic perspective. Whether you're a therapist, clinician, health care provider, someone who is supporting a loved one, or in the recovery process yourself—join us to learn body-mind techniques that can help you understand how to work with trauma from an embodied perspective.
We’ll teach you important interventions to help leverage the body-mind connection to assist others in healing from trauma. We will cover foundational somatic concepts like grounding, titration, pendulation, resourcing, and dual awareness.
You will learn pragmatic tools that can help individuals who are experiencing trauma recover from a triggering episode.
You will learn what the three phases of trauma treatment are and why it is so important to work with somatic resources.
While nothing can replace an in-person training, this course will provide an introduction to somatic psychology and articulate a few of the primary somatic techniques for working with trauma.
Learn foundational techniques to help raise a person's capacity to resource, contain, and ground themselves in the face of difficult emotional experiences.
Discover important techniques for how to work through implicit memory in order to help metabolize frozen bodily responses.
Gain a deeper understanding of how to access resources and use pendulation and dual awareness to stabilize a trauma response.
This is a reduced fee that is appropriate for students or individuals with low-income.
This fee is the standard course fee which is recommended for most individuals.
Lesson 1: What is Trauma?
Lesson 2: What is Somatic Psychology?
Lesson 3: Three Quotes
Lesson 4: To Feel Felt
Lesson 5: Three Phases of Trauma Treatment
Lesson 6: Survival Resources
Lesson 7: Creative Resources
Lesson 8: Other Resources
Lesson 9: Somatic Resources
Lesson 10: Grounding Resources
Lesson 11: Boundary Resources
Lesson 12: The Orienting Response
Lesson 13: The Arousal Cycle
Lesson 14: Implicit Memories
Lesson 15: Linking Implicit Memories
Lesson 16: Using Pendulation with Implicit Memories
Lesson 17: Moving Forward: Integration and Connection
Lesson 18: Consolidation, Integration, and Next Steps
Lots. But primarily we review the three phases of trauma treatment, somatic resourcing, grounding, centering, titration, pendulation, working with implicit memories, and why the body is essential to consider in the treatment of trauma.
The course consists of approximately 2 hours of training broken down into 18 video lessons.
To view the presentations, you will simply need an internet connection and a device (computer, laptop, tablet, mobile phone) that is connected to the internet to view it.
Yes! There is an extra fee for this, but upon successful completion of this course you may be able to receive CE Credit. Please see section below on "Information on Continuing Education Credit for Health Professionals."