The Use of Sculpting in Therapy
February 28, 2020 - February 29, 2020
CoWorks by Elevate 20627 Fraser Highway, Surrey, BC V3A 4G4Register
Virginia Satir often used sculpting in her work to externalize the internal dynamics of what was happening both within and between individuals. The Use of Sculpting in Therapy therefore is a vehicle for change as it taps into the wisdom of the body to access possibilities that are out of an individual’s awareness. Memories are stored at a cellular level in the body. Sculpting is one way of accessing cellular memory and the subconscious knowledge that would otherwise be unavailable to them.
Therefore in this experiential workshop, we will explore a variety of ways to use sculpting in therapy and group processes. We will also take a look at the neurobiology of sculpting for a greater awareness of the power of experiential processes to bring about transformational change.
In addition we will also explore creative options for how to use sculpting in individual, couple and family therapy. And through lectures, small group discussion, and experiential learning, participants will have an opportunity to both conceptualize and experience sculpting for themselves, enhancing clinical skills to facilitate transformational change.
The Use of Sculpting can be used in many situations such as unclear communication, people are in a "stuck" place, to illustrate a event or situation, to stimulate an experience.
Presented by Jennifer Nagel, Registered Clinical Counsellor, MA, RCC has been doing training in the Satir Model with a diversity of groups including therapists, educators, school programs, community groups, at-risk adolescents, therapeutic programs, non-profit organizations and corporate groups.
Jennifer is a member of the British Columbia Association for Clinical Counsellors, the International Family Therapy Association, the Virginia Satir Global Network and a Clinical Member of the Satir Institute of the Pacific (SIP). She is the Director of Training for The Satir Institute of the Pacific, a senior trainer and faculty member for the Banmen Satir China Management Centre, and the Director of Training for the Satir Marriage and Family Institute of Africa. Jennifer also works with individuals, couples, families and youth in private practice, and provides clinical supervision to other therapists. She is passionate about teaching Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy programs around the world.
The Use of Sculpting in Therapy: Externalizing the Internal Dynamics
February 28, 29, 2020 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fees include tuition, and morning coffee
Pre-requisite Level 1 TST using the Satir Model training
Early Bird to January 16, 2020
SIP Members $300
Non Members $325
After January 16, 2020
SIP Members $325
Non Members $350
Please submit payment via PayPal below and after your transaction is complete you will be taken to a registration form. If not you can register here
No Refunds after February 6, 2020, but before February 6, 2020 refunds minus a $50 administration fee.
For More Information Contact:
Cindi Mueller, Administrator
Satir Institute of the Pacific