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Includes 2 breaks 15 min and 30 min each
This workshop is an add-on for people who have studied the Satir Model Level One or Foundations A and B. It would be presented to those who use the Satir Model in a helping profession, or students preparing for such a profession. This three-part online workshop will focus on the context and experience of the role of the body in the therapy process, how to experience and track both your own and your client’s internal state, and access the clues and wisdom inside the body, integrating it into the therapeutic experience. Participants will also learn tools for self-monitoring and self-referencing. The program will aid professionals in becoming more competent, more confident and more congruent.
It is designed to provide therapists and counsellors with context and experience of the role of the body in the therapy process. In the Satir Model there is attention paid to the body’s cues as a vehicle of communication from our inner selves to our cognitive selves. When we stop and listen, we can learn from our insides. When our clients stop and listen, they can shift from talking about their circumstance to being in their experience. This facilitates the therapeutic experience.
One of the ways we humans cope with trauma is to shift how our energy moves and how we hold information in our bodies. Some impacts of our trauma may be connected to some parts of our bodies. We might feel disconnected from them or be unaware of the information they hold for us. Using information in the body and exploring it can yield dramatic shifts intrapsychically, contextually and in relationship.
The focus of this workshop will be on how to experience and track both your own and your client’s internal state, and access the clues and wisdom inside the body, integrating it into the therapeutic experience.
The Satir Model requires that counsellors have a high level of therapeutic competence and congruence. The experiential aspects of the training will provide counsellors with opportunities to resolve some of the issues which may interfere with the therapeutic process. Counsellors will also learn tools for self-monitoring and self-referencing. Therefore, the program will aid counsellors in becoming more competent, more confident and more congruent.
Anastacia Lundholm will use lecturettes, small group discussions, structured exercises, demonstrations, experiential learning, and skill practice sessions as part of the program. The training program will focus on experiential learning, and developing and practicing skills to help therapists and counselors work with clients in a positively-directional, therapeutic and goal-oriented manner.”
Early Bird Rate to September 30, 2023
$375 SIP Clinical and Professional Members
$400 General SIP Members and Non-Members
After September 30, 2023
$400 SIP Clinical and Professional Members
$425 General SIP Members and Non-Members
No refunds after October 15, 2023. Refunds minus $60 administration fee before October 15, 2023
Zoom links sent out the week prior and the day prior.