Most trauma clients carry the burden of transgenerational trauma.
Whether it’s the result of abuse within a family … or the far-reaching, painful legacies of racism, oppression, and violence …
… these wounds can lead to decades of suffering and unhappiness, unless our clients get the help they badly need.
Fortunately, thanks to groundbreaking neurobiological research and clinical insight, we now have the knowledge and skills to expertly pinpoint and transform this often hidden form of trauma.
Now, in this all-new online CPD conference, we’re bringing together a world-class group of innovators and researchers to share their in-depth insights and proven techniques that will help your clients take back control of their lives.
Join us, along with hundreds of your peers, for a rare and exciting opportunity to engage with leading trauma innovators, including:
- Professor Rachel Yehuda: psychiatry and neuroscience professor and cutting-edge trauma researcher
- Dr Peter Levine: developer of the Somatic Experiencing psychotherapy approach
- Dr Pat Ogden: creator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy method and a pioneer in somatic psychology
- Professor Stephen Porges: neuroscientist and developer of the Polyvagal Theory
- And many more!
Transgenerational Trauma Conference:
Recognising and transforming legacies of pain
7-8 October 12.00pm - 7.45pm BST
£199 (VAT Included) Early Bird — Unbelievable Savings!
- 10 ONLINE sessions with leading transgenerational trauma innovators and researchers
- Digital access to ALL recordings, slides and clinical resources
- PLUS FREE BONUS workshop recording on healing Transgenerational Trauma with Dr Peter Levine (worth £129)
- Earn up to 13 hours CPD
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The embodied memories of vulnerability and resilience in response to past adversity reverberate in our bodies, our family and communal relationships, and in our symbolic cultural expressions. We will look at how to channel this intergenerational resonance in our clinical and community work with those who have endured individual and collective trauma.
In this conversation style live interview with video, we’ll hear directly from Master Therapist Peter Levine of how to heal transgenerational trauma using Somatic Experiencing.
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Much intractable suffering stems from multi-generational trauma that is not accessible through verbal consciousness alone. This presentation will overview the Generative Psychotherapy approach that uses somatic and field-based methods to safely connect and heal such collective wounds. Case examples and a few experiential exercises will illustrate this approach.
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More details to come!
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Friday 8 October 2021
This presentation will involve explorations of transgenerational trauma especially for persons of colour, and will look at how creative techniques common to the transpersonal become therefore a means of actually working with transgenerational trauma.
Kay Gardner, Senior IFS Lead trainer who helped develop the concepts of Legacy and Cultural Burdens in the IFS Model, will share how both Legacy and Cultural Burdens can keep people stuck in old and unproductive patterns that can continue on for generations. She will explain how this is an energetic process and all that goes into the process of healing it.
Healing the intergenerational trauma starts by understanding the cultural programming of cues that shift autonomic state and promote defence. Through an understanding of how our nervous system detects risk and embraces feelings of safety (i.e. neuroception), interventions can retune autonomic state to enable spontaneous social engagement and trust.
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Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT; Johnson) is best known as a potent couple intervention but has always, from its inception over 30 years ago, been used in clinical practice with individuals. This workshop will focus on the understanding and treatment of intergenerational trauma from an EFIT perspective.
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- How trauma is stored in the body-mind
- How to transform your practice by understanding the importance of orienting and defensive responses
- Why immobilised responses need to complete to heal trauma
- How boundaries are impacted as a result of trauma and how they can be reinstated
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