led by senior SPI faculty member Janina Fisher, PhD
In a climate of fear and social isolation, therapists are suddenly being asked to help clients deal with the imminent threat of a deadly disease without the person-to-person contact they value as the heart and soul of psychotherapy. To be alone and dysregulated in a dangerous world is not only frightening but also triggering for many clients. We will demonstrate ways of using Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in online and tele-therapy to meet the challenges of helping clients in a time of shared crisis.
Differentiate the effects of here-and-now threat from body-based implicit memories of danger with:
led by SPI founder Pat Ogden, PhD
This foundational course will teach you how to use the signals from the body to deepen your understanding of yourself and those around you. And if you have a therapy practice, you’ll learn interventions and principles that you can apply in your work with your clients to help them draw upon the natural intelligence of the body to transform the past.
Understand and Apply the “Intelligence of the Body” with: