How to Work with the Part of Trauma That Your Patient Can’t Verbalize
We can’t help our patients fully recover from trauma if we don’t treat the unspoken part of their experience.
But how can we treat what our patients can’t verbalize?
Peter Levine, PhD has been at the forefront of developing strategies for working with the unspoken voice of trauma.
That’s why we’re bringing you this short, focused course (at a discount) . . .
How to Work with the Part of Trauma That Can’t Be Verbalized
Peter Levine, PhD
- Why Memory May Not Be Necessary for Patients to Heal from Trauma
- The SIBAM Method: Five Steps to Help Patients Track Trauma in Their Bodies
- How Body Awareness Can Help You Detect and Treat What Your Patient Can’t Verbalize
- One Practice to Help Clients Contain Feelings and Sensations
- How a Sense of Aliveness and Vitality Promotes Healing from Trauma
Peter will guide you through an approach you can use to observe and read your patients’ body signals following trauma. You’ll also get strategies to help clients contain emotions and sensations so they can reclaim a sense of safety.
Plus, we’ve layered this course with practical tools you can use to fully integrate Peter’s teaching into your work.
Extra bonus when you order
Working with the Effects of Early Life Trauma and PTSD on the Brain
with Ruth Lanius MD, PhD
- How to Integrate a Sense of Time, Thought, Body, and Emotion into Your Interventions
- How to Adapt a Body Scan for a Traumatized Client to Uncover What’s Goin
- How to Help Clients Emerge from Shutdown So They Can Feel a Wide Range of Emotions
- Moving Trauma Survivors from a Fragmented to a Coherent, Integrated Sense of Self
Here's What You'll Get:
Everything is yours to keep forever in your professional library
|Downloadable video and audio so you can watch or listen whenever it’s convenient
|TalkBack Segment to distill key ideas (this is where we “land” the session)
|Next Week in Your Practice video to give you concrete strategies to use with patients
|Printable QuickStart Guide to make review and action simpler than ever
|Professionally-formatted transcript of the session
Peter Levine is the creator of Somatic Experiencing (SE), a clinical method to resolve trauma symptoms.
Peter is also the founder of The Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute which continues his groundbreaking research into the effects of trauma and stress on the body and the nervous system.
He is the author of a number of books on trauma, including Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma, In an Unspoken Voice: How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness. His most recent book is Trauma and Memory: Brain and Body in a Search for the Living Past.
Starting Today, This Program Can Change the Way You Practice
Some of the most valuable work being done today . . .
“I thoroughly enjoyed Peter Levine’s presentation . . . learn more of this valuable theory and you will be rewarded with the sense of how extraordinary (and valid) these ideas are. . . . I think it is some of the most valuable work being done today.”
Donna Arking, LCSW
(I find) Peter Levine’s work . . . clear and deep.
“I’ve worked with Peter Levine’s work for many years and find it clear and deep. But, experiencing this while involved in shock and displacement has been a real gift. I appreciate his humility as well as his courage in forging this work for all of us.”
Paula Michal-Johnson, PhD
. . . I very much appreciated the talk back at the end of this segment . . .
“. . . I very much appreciated the talk back at the end of this segment, as the review emphasized the harm that can be done when trying to solicit memory when one is not in a “safe” space, or the “clinician” is not caring, or is not qualified to treat or assist another . . . in this capacity.”
Ruth Buczynski, PhD
You'll Get Practical Tools to Help You Quickly Integrate Levine's Teaching into Your Work
Synthesize Key Concepts So You Can Use Them Immediately
In the TalkBack Session, Ron Siegel, PsyD and Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD join me to dig more deeply into the key ideas. Our job is to make yours easier by streamlining the information and making sure each point is crystal clear. We’ll clarify critical concepts and break it all down so you can gain confidence in your understanding.
Discover Concrete Practices That Will Work in Your Life (and with Your Patients)
Then, with “next week” in mind, we’ll turn smart ideas into easy-to-use solutions. In Next Week in Your Practice, Bill O’Hanlon, LMFT and Rick Hanson, PhD join me to give you specific strategies for helping people who have experienced developmental trauma self regulate. We’ll show you how to translate Peter’s teaching into practices and exercises that you (or your clients) can use right away.
Uncover Core Ideas and Techniques at-a-Glance So You Have a “Cheat Sheet” When You Need It Most
The QuickStart Guide will help you stay fresh and confident as you turn Peter’s insights into action. It’s an at-a-glance reference to the most powerful concepts and strategies for working with patients who have experienced trauma. We’ve gathered all the essential tools and methods into a concise, easy-to-use guide so you can quickly review and apply these ideas when you need them most.
Quickly Recall Crucial Details So You Can Apply Them with Confidence
Our Professional Transcript will help you reinforce key ideas so you can integrate them into your life and work. We’ve designed your transcript with an easy-to-use table of contents, clear, organized formatting, and helpful highlight quotes so you’ll have the information and exercises you need at your fingertips.
Why the Transcript Is Essential:
- The transcript makes it easy to go back and double check concepts, citations and names that are mentioned
- We put in a table of contents to make it easy for you to find the exact part of the webinar you need
- Having the concepts already written allows you to take notes on how you’re going to use the ideas rather than transcribing the ideas
- Some people simply learn better by reading than by listening or watching
- You will be able to print out and share techniques presented in the session with your patients
“I really liked being able to follow along with the transcripts as I listened…it was nice not to feel like I had to take notes. I really feel like I remember more when I both hear and see at the same time.”
Mary Ellen McNaughton, Masters in Counseling, Psychology Counselor
Kelowna, British Colombia, Canada
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