Free Resources from SPI
We all are grappling with the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic

We all are grappling with the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent issues of enormous scale and human impact. We all are learning how to connect, support and care for one another from a distance. In such a time of uncertainty and fear, many people are struggling to manage the variety of emotions that come up. Mental health professionals have a vital role in helping us all cope and even thrive.

That is why we are providing FREE resources to support the mental health community.  We hope these resources will offer inspiration, support, and some practical resources for the essential work you are doing, not only now in crisis, but each and every day.

Sincerely,

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute
WEBINARS
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Sensorimotor Psychotherapy from a Distance: Engaging the Body, Creating Presence, and Building Relationship in Online Therapy

As we move towards continued clinical practice using long-distance teletherapy, these resources offer informative, integrative tools for somatic psychotherapy when you can’t be in the same room with your client...

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Parenting Amidst the Pandemic

Creating Safe and Energizing Environments for Children, Caregivers and Families

Emphasizing the somatic narrative, we offer helpful resources for navigating the massive life changes associated with the pandemic, exploring the impact of the environmental threat and ensuing feelings of upset, aggression, irritability, fearfulness, avoidance, loss of interest in activities, etc. affecting children, caregivers and families.

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Parenting Amidst the Pandemic
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Primal Screams, Somatic Resources

Working with Parents and Caregivers of Children, Adolescents and Families at these Unprecedented Times

Inspired by the voices and stories from the multimedia report put out by The New York Times, "The Primal Scream," the aim of this workshop is to help mental health practitioners, parents and caregivers  augment the ability to manage stress in these challenging times and cultivate resilience and wellbeing.

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Additional Resources
Global Meditations for Peace & Strength

In this time of physical isolation from one another, humankind has perhaps never been so connected throughout the world. To honor our emotional and spiritual unity, SPI Senior Faculty Dr. Kekuni Minton conducted a global meditation series throughout April 2020.

Each of the meditations was inspired by one of the six principles of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. You can watch and share these recordings from Facebook or YouTube.

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Managing in The Midst of the Outbreak

In this Trauma Therapist podcast interview, Dr. Pat Ogden shares her thoughts on how this pandemic, and the trauma associated with it, is impacting us not only on an individual level, but on a global scale, as well. She shares her thoughts on the importance of recognizing our body’s responses and reactions as a means of regulating our nervous system, when we find ourselves in the center of anxiety.

Find More Online Programs
The drastic and immediate change to how the world interacts spurred SPI to create new avenues for teaching and connecting. View our growing list of online programs now available
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) actively incorporates awareness of the body into clinical practice, targeting the habits of physical action, autonomic dysregulation, and posture. By addressing the physical, as well as the psychological effects of adverse experience on mind and body, SP supports a deep and unified approach to healing. Go beyond theories and gain practical ways to open a new dimension for effective therapy...in person or online! 
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