If your client believes from the outset that they cannot trust you, then you’ll never make any progress. And you’ll likely be stuck from the first session... Until they drop out of therapy altogether.
But it doesn’t have to be that way…
Leading trauma therapist Navroop Sood is known for her unique integrative blend of talk therapy and somatic work.
Using EMDR, Somatic Therapy and Compassion-Focused Techniques, her therapy approach builds trust and safety — so you can walk side-by-side with your client through trauma treatment.
And now you can discover how you can use Navroop’s therapy approach to help your clients heal their trauma and attachment wounds…
…so they can rebuild their self-worth and develop healthy relationships with authentic connections.
Even clients who’ve suffered childhood physical or sexual abuse, neglect, early losses, caregiver disconnection, vicarious trauma, and more.
You will have a comprehensive toolkit of evidence-based interventions, integrated modalities, and practical tools proven to be effective in supporting individuals impacted by relational trauma.
This online program is worth 6 hours CPD.
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Navroop Sood, M. Prof Couns, is a highly skilled and compassionate trauma therapist specializing in the complexities and impacts of trauma within interpersonal connections. With a deep understanding of the profound effects that traumatic experiences within relationships can have on individuals' mental, emotional, and relational well-being, Navroop is committed to creating a safe and empathetic therapeutic space. Here, clients can explore their experiences, process their emotions, and develop resilience.
As a registered psychotherapist with the SAC (Singapore Association of Counselling), Navroop upholds the highest standards of professionalism and ethical practice. Her extensive qualifications include expertise in Attachment-focused EMDR, Brainspotting, TRE (Trauma Release Exercises), Ego state work, and Somatic Experiencing. Drawing on these modalities, combined with a deep understanding of trauma and attachment dynamics, Navroop employs a holistic approach that integrates talk therapy and somatic work to facilitate profound healing and personal transformation.
Navroop is known for her heart-centered, compassionate, and calming demeanor, which contributes to creating a safe and nurturing environment for her clients. She firmly believes in empowering individuals to transcend their pain and discover a renewed sense of purpose and vitality. Through her unique integrative technique, she assists clients in enhancing their cognitive, emotional, and behavioral outcomes, guiding them on a path of growth and resilience.
Beyond her clinical work, Navroop is a dedicated mental health advocate. She is actively engaged in raising awareness about trauma and the importance of trauma-informed care. Through speaking engagements and educational initiatives, Navroop strives to foster a more compassionate and supportive society, where individuals affected by trauma can receive the necessary care and support.
By integrating various therapeutic approaches, Navroop empowers clients to navigate the complex layers of relational trauma and cultivate healthier, more fulfilling relationships. Her commitment to the well-being and healing of her clients is unwavering, and she continues to expand her knowledge and skills to provide the best possible care.
Session 1: Introduction and Setting the Foundation
Welcome and introduction to the workshop's transformative journey.
Creating a safe and compassionate space for exploration and learning.
Session 2: Understanding Relational Trauma
Defining and exploring the nature of relational trauma, ensuring participants grasp its significance and multifaceted nature.
Exploration of the vicious cycle of fear, mistrust, and loneliness often perpetuated by relational trauma.
In-depth examination of different types of relational trauma, such as abuse, neglect, danger, abandonment, shame, oppression, repression, denial, and enmeshment.
Session 3: Neurobiology of Relational Trauma
Unravelling the intricate neuroscience behind relational trauma, shedding light on the brain's response and adaptive mechanisms.
Understanding the adaptation of the nervous system in response to relational trauma, facilitating a holistic perspective on its physiological effects.
Session 4: Impact of Relational Trauma
Examining the profound effects of relational trauma on self, relationships, and the broader contexts of communities and cultures.
Deepening understanding of the long-term consequences of unresolved relational trauma, highlighting the urgency for intervention and healing.
Session 5: Prelude to Relational Trauma
Recognizing the significance of attachment styles in shaping relational experiences and their connection to trauma.
Investigating the role of implicit memories, the psychological floor, and the unconscious mind in relational trauma.
Emphasizing the vital link between the somatic self and relational trauma, acknowledging the profound somatic imprints.
Session 6: Supporting Clients heal from Relational Trauma
Cultivating secure attachment as a foundation for healing and resilience.
Addressing shame, one of the core aspects of relational trauma, and fostering strategies to overcome its impact.
Establishing healthy boundaries to promote safety and connection in relationships.
Equipping participants with evidence-based approaches and modalities, including attachment-focused trauma therapies and somatic-based interventions.
Engaging in case studies and interactive exercises to enhance participants' ability to recognize and respond effectively to relational trauma.
Session 7: Relational Trauma and Psychotherapy
Navigating the nonverbal realm in psychotherapy, understanding it’s significance in healing relational trauma.
Recognizing and skilfully working with evocations and enactments, harnessing their transformative potential in the therapeutic process.
Knowledge of self-care practices and strategies for professional resilience.
Session 8: Empowering Resilience and Growth
Empowering individuals impacted by relational trauma through strength-based approaches and positive psychology.
Equipping participants with tools to develop a self-regulatory toolkit, fostering post-traumatic growth and resilience.
Summarizing the key learnings and profound insights gained throughout the workshop.
Facilitating a dynamic question-and-answer session to address participants' queries and provide additional clarity.
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