June 27, 2020
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (PST
6.5 CE Credits
6.5 EMDRIA CE Credits
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
SUPER RESOURCING is an innovative approach I developed for healing attachment wounds. While it has its roots in the EMDR tradition, unlike EMDR, it is not trauma based. Super Resourcing focuses on healing the attachment wounds in the person who experienced the trauma rather than working to resolve the trauma itself. When the client is well resourced in a neurologically integrated manner, there is a corresponding reduction of disturbance in relationship to the trauma without having to process the trauma directly. Super Resourcing takes the trauma out of trauma processing.
The procedural steps of Super Resourcing are designed to neurologically integrate positive sensations, emotions and cognitions. The integrated internalization of positive resources facilitates an enhanced present-time experience of self. More fully resourced clients are better able to tolerate doing deep trauma work. Resolving the attachment wound interwoven in a trauma unfixes it in the client’s psyche and it processes more easily during subsequent sessions. A systemic experience of well-being allows dissociation and fragmentation to heal and an experience of present-time wholeness becomes possible.
In this workshop, through lecture, PowerPoint, video clips of client sessions and practice, we will:
- Define the underlying principles of EMDR, which are the foundation of IRP.
- Compare how EMDR and SR differ.
- Discuss how Ego State Psychology and Attachment Theory are integrated into IRP.
- Explore research on the brain and the power of positive imagery.
- Delineate the procedural phases and steps of SR.
- Demonstrate how to heal ego parts in the resourced field.
- Provide ample time for Q and A.
- Provide practice time for the protocol.
TO REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP please get in touch with me.
You will also have an opportunity to purchase 6.5 CE Credits.
A direct registration link will soon be available.
6.5 CE Credits are available for: Psychologists, Psychoanalysts, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Creative Arts Therapists, Chemical Dependency Counselors, and Nurses.
Please Note: Licensing Boards change regulations often and while we attempt to stay abreast of their most recent changes, if you have questions or concerns about this course meeting your specific board’s approval, we recommend you contact your board directly to obtain a ruling.