Learn how to help clients integrate traumatic memories and resolve stress and PTSD symptoms through innovative mind-body work.
How long: 4 weekends (Friday night to Sunday afternoon) and 30 hours of group supervision over the next year
When: Current Training In Progress
Fridays: 6-9 p.m. Saturdays: 9-5:30 p.m. Sundays: 9-4:30 p.m.
Where: 1445 Holland St., Lakewood, CO 80215
Cost: $2,500 for 68 hours of training and 30 hours of supervision.
Discounts: Full payment (by February 2): $200
Student discount: $200
Payment plans are available--please inquire for more details.
Questions about the training or to register: Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Trauma Dynamics model www.traumadynamics.com
Click the above link to watch testimonials from former students of our Level I Trauma Dynamics training.
Additionally, through anonymous feedback solicited from a recent Trauma Dynamics cohort, 93% of students replied they would strongly recommend the training to a friend or colleague.
Current research shows, at the root of many physical and mental health diagnoses is trauma, specifically early childhood wounds of abuse and neglect. The research is so compelling it suggests working in the mental health field inherently means working with traumatic wounds. The field of trauma therapy is changing dramatically with second and third generation nervous system based modalities emerging into the mainstream.
The Trauma Dynamics model is a comprehensive, bottom-up, somatic approach that effectively addresses complex, relational PTSD as well as the dissociation at the heart of childhood familial trauma. It is a research backed protocol drawing from a number of different fields including: memory systems, autonomic nervous system modeling, mindfulness practices, attachment, and traumatic transference theory. The Level I Certification course serves as a reliable guide for therapists and clients to navigate the difficult, and transferentially charged waters of complex PTSD.
First and foremost, the Trauma Dynamics training is designed to develop skilled trauma therapists through hands-on experiential practice. To accomplish this, a full 50% of the training is dedicated to skill-development that occurs through supervised in-class trades. We also establish out of class practice groups with your cohort to further deepen new skills. Clinicians learn how and when to use foundational resourcing skills, how to work with long-term characterological wounding from trauma (boundaries, trust development, bonding), how to create the initial conditions and long term support for nervous system processing, and how to effectively incorporate traumatic transference into the healing process.
We also include 30 hours of supervision after the training is complete to allow therapists to integrate these new, often unfamiliar, skills into their practice with clients.
Join us for a truly innovative training that gets to the heart of trauma and supports clients to go beyond coping and genuinely heal.