Trauma includes events perpetrated by individuals, groups and society as a whole (e.g., systemic oppression, racism, colonization, and so forth), all of which leave a profound imprint on the body.
Trauma includes events perpetrated by individuals, groups and society as a whole (e.g., systemic oppression, racism, colonization, and so forth), all of which leave a profound imprint on the body. Memories of these traumatic experiences may remain unsymbolized, remaining stored in the lower brain and the body, not readily accessible for direct reflection and verbal representation. Trauma first and foremost impacts the body, lead to post-traumatic symptoms, and often result in the formation of dissociative parts of the self. This course will illustrate Sensorimotor Psychotherapy approach and intervention to clarify how the body carries the legacy of individual and societal trauma, both past and current, and how clients can draw on the wisdom of their own bodies to change this legacy. Drawing on the body to address conflicts between internal parts of the self, and help such parts communicate will be explored. Participants will learn how to actively incorporate the body to change the physical actions and reactions that keep clients stuck in the past and support a more unified approach to the treatment of the effects of trauma.
- Describe the significance of targeting movement and posture of the body in trauma treatment
- Discuss how the body might adapt to the trauma of systemic oppression or racism.
- Apply embedded relational mindfulness interventions
- Explain somatic resources for stabilization and arousal regulation
- Discuss interventions to address posture to support well-being
- Describe the use of movement and self-touch to address dissociative parts of the self
Sunday, January 16, 2022 (10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. EST)
Online, live via Zoom
6 CEUs available for New York State Psychologists, Social Workers LMFT and LMHC
$150.00 – General Admission
$125.00 – Derner Alum, Adelphi Faculty/Clinical Supervisor, Derner Student/Postgraduate Candidate, Non-Adelphi Psychoanalytic Candidate/Student, Social Work Alumni and Field Instructors/Staff
$75.00 – Veterans
Pat Ogden, Ph.D.
Pat Ogden, PhD, (she/her), is a pioneer in somatic psychology, the creator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy method, and founder of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (sensorimotor.org). Dr. Ogden is a clinician, consultant, international lecturer and the first author of two groundbreaking books in somatic psychology: Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment (2015). Her third book, The Pocket Guide to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in Context, advocates for an anti-racist perspective in psychotherapy practice. Her current interests include couple therapy, child and family therapy, social justice, diversity, inclusion, consciousness, and the philosophical/spiritual principles that underlie her work.
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