Because trauma lives in the body, traditional talk therapy cannot access the deeply rooted, pervasive wounds that complex trauma leaves behind. Many traumatised clients present with overlapping symptoms including self-hatred, self-alienation, addiction, internal conflict, numbing or shame.
With these clients, you may constantly feel stuck treating surface-level symptoms or the “crisis of the week.” As a result, you are left overwhelmed and frustrated that you can never get to treating the trauma, despite your best efforts.
Go beyond symptom reduction and take your work with traumatised clients to a whole new level by implementing this transformational approach to trauma treatment.
Watch world-renowned complex trauma and attachment expert Janina Fisher for this exclusive workshop. Her cutting-edge approach will shift your clinical perspective so you’ll see your client not as a traumatised whole person, but rather as fragmented pieces that are in need of healing.
Janina will teach you to go beyond treating surface-level symptoms and give you the tools you need to look at trauma treatment through a whole new lens. Janina’s innovative approach integrates Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems and Ego State Therapy to get to the root of the problem where trauma can truly be processed.
Janina will teach you how to help clients struggling with suicidal and self-destructive impulses, loss of identity, and self-hatred caused by childhood trauma. You’ll walk away with the skills you need to help your fragmented and traumatized clients achieve self-compassion and acceptance of all aspects of self.
Through real-life, in-session videos, practical mindfulness exercises, and unique insight from the field of neuroscience, you’ll learn powerful strategies to use in your practice to overcome the devastating impacts of childhood abuse and repair childhood wounds.
Register today to earn your certificate and revolutionise the way you treat trauma!
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Utilise clinical strategies to identify signs and symptoms of fragmentation and internal conflict.
- Teach clients to apply non-judgmental language to their trauma-related symptoms and inner experience.
- Facilitate increased mindfulness-based dual awareness in clients to decrease client phobias of emotion and inner experience.
- Foster the development of mindful observation of fragmented parts of the self in clients.
- Utilise somatic interventions for regulating autonomic arousal and affect dysregulation to calm the body as it relates to clinical treatment.
- Integrate interpersonal neurobiology and social engagement techniques in session to improve treatment outcomes.
- Drive the growth of empathy for wounded child parts of the self to increase self-compassion in clients.
- Transform traumatic memory in clients using somatic, visualisation, and ego-state techniques.
- Utilise clinical strategies to foster ‘earned secure attachment’ in a clinical setting.
- Facilitate client use of internal communication to improve treatment outcomes.
- Employ the language of parts, mindfulness strategies and unblending techniques to alleviate the symptoms of shame, depression, suicidality or shutdown.
- Apply strategies from Internal Family Systems and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in session to aid in the repair of internal attachment.
She is past president of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, an EMDR International Association Credit Provider, Assistant Educational Director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, and a former Instructor, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Fisher lectures and teaches nationally and internationally on topics related to the integration of the neurobiological research and newer trauma treatment paradigms into traditional therapeutic modalities.
She is co-author with Pat Ogden of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Attachment and Trauma(2015) and author of Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation (2017) and the forthcoming book, Working with the Neurobiological Legacy of Trauma (in press).