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Post Qualifying Certificate in Biosynthesis Somatic Trauma & depth-psychology oriented Psychotherapy

Event Details
Venue:
Primary Care Psychotherapy, Suite 1 & 2, Vista Primary Care, Naas, Co Kildare
Dates:
30-01-2020
CPD :
112

Post Qualifying Certificate in Biosynthesis Somatic Trauma & depth-psychology oriented Psychotherapy (One Year Training starting January 2020)

Are you working with complex trauma clients & struggling to understand how to include somatic interventions effectively in order to help your client build regulation & resilience? 

In this one year training Counsellors, Psychotherapists & Psychologists are supported to achieve deeper relational levels of competency in their work by engaging in Biosynthesis Structural Exercises and process work. Traditional Psychotherapy addresses the cognitive and emotional elements of trauma and early attachment issues but lacks somatic interventions that work directly with the physiological symptoms. Research shows that trauma and early attachment profoundly affects the body and that many symptoms of afflicted individuals are somatically driven.

This course presents you with a Theoretical and a Clinical Experiential model for the inclusion of the Body in Trauma work, specifically within a Biosynthesis Somatic Trauma perspective. The aim is to provide you with sufficient theoretical knowledge and experiential skill to facilitate the inclusion of a body awareness context within the therapeutic relationship. In this course Senior International Trainers will help you to integrate the Polyvagal Theory along with recent neuroscientific research and Biosynthesis Somatic touch in order to affect healthy emotional and physical regulation.

This one year training certificate is signed by the founder of Biosynthesis & International expert on human trauma & recovery, Dr. David Boadella & validated by the International Institute for Biosynthesis in Switzerland. Biosynthesis Psychotherapy has been scientifically recognised by the European Association for Psychotherapy since 1998.

Testimonials 2019

'Of all the courses I have been too, I can honestly say that this was by far the best. This has been a wonderful learning experience and I can't wait for the rest'

'The humanity (shared), integrity, warmth, honesty and safety in the facilitator within the group. The mix of experiential work and Biosynthesis theoretical input was excellent'

'Thank you Attracta & Austin for creating the opportunity for me to be part of this learning and for brining Maria del Mar into our lives. Deep blessings'

'Please know your work and vision have started something profound and clever and funny and touching. From my heart to yours, I am deeply grateful. This will change many people lives'

Dates 2020:

30th/31st January 1st/2nd February

21st/22nd/3rd/24th May

17th/18th/19th/20th September

26th/27th/28th/29th November

Venue:

Primary Care Psychotherapy, Vista Primary Care, Suite 1 & 2, Naas, Co Kildare.

Cost: €3,000

€2,600 Early bird price if paid in full before 19th April 2019

To Book:

For more information & for Programme Details please contact jenny@primarytherapy.ie

www.primarytherapy.ie www.biosynthesisireland.ie

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