SOMATIC TRAUMA RELEASE March 8, 15 & Apr 5, 12, 2017 ~ Somatic Module II - Working With Somatic Trauma Part 1 of 5 (Self-Mutilation & Addiction Somatization)
Call to Register: 719-231-5715
Must be enrolled in Dual IMT/STR Certification Program to attend.
March 8, 15 & April 5, 12, from 4-10pm
Specific Course Objective: The objective of this module is to teach students how to appropriately facilitate a Somatic Trauma Release session based on an individual’s needs. In this module students will build upon what they learned in Somatic Module I.
Students will actively work with each other in dyads and triads learning specific techniques indicative to Somatic Trauma Release. Students will actively participate in unwinding their own somatic patterns in order to begin to facilitate others. This module is incredibly important to teach and show students how to start unwinding the somatic patterns that present themselves after a trauma has occurred both through their own experiences and by witnessing others. Discussions and techniques will cover a myriad of somatic trauma patterns which are a direct result from emotional, verbal, sexual & physical abuse. Students will learn unique ways of working with the individual’s body in order to reduce these patterns somatically. This module encourages students to look at their clients as individuals and not as a textbook case. Pre-requisites: Somatic Module I & Entrance into the Somatic Trauma Release Program or Permission of the Instructor