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New Directions in Child & Adolescent Treatment: A Biosynthesis Somatic Trauma Psychotherapy approach

Event Details
Venue:
Primary Care Psychotherapy, Suite 1 & 2, Vista Primary Care, Naas, Co Kildare
Dates:
23-04-2020 , 24-04-2020, 25-04-2020, 26-04-2020
Time:
10am
CPD :
25

New Directions in Child & Adolescent Treatment:

A Biosynthesis Somatic Trauma Psychotherapy approach

Dates 2020


23rd/24th/25th/26th April

Times:
Thursday & Friday 10-17.30 Saturday 10-18.00 Sunday 10-14.00
 

Venue: Primary Care Psychotherapy, Suite 1 & 2, Vista Primary Care,

Naas, Co Kildare

Fee €500 Early Bird if booked before 30th September 2019 €450 

This ground-breaking 4 day workshop will explore the process of affect regulation, attachment dynamics and the affects of trauma & repair on the developing brain and body.

Learn how to help & support children and adolescents who are presenting with depression, ADHD, Aspergers, Rage attacks, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Bulimia & Anorexia by remapping the trauma in the Body, from Fear to Safety by cellular memory transformation through Biosynthesis Body work and recent research in neurobiology.

Through the lens of Biosynthesis Somatic Psychotherapy the presenter will guide you through the neurobiology of under-supported developmental phases and the fight, flight, freeze and submission of trauma which can often bring younger clients to therapy. With an emphasis on a meaningful somatic therapeutic contact and through an exploration of movement patterns, sensation, postures and other non-verbal cues, you will learn how to become 'somatically attuned' to your child & adolescent clients. Through the Biosynthesis method you will learn new ways to help this age group build self-regulation & resilience, personal power & adaptive meaning-making.

This 4 day training 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.

TRAINER BIOGRAPHY:
TATI NEVES ECP, Portugal

Tati is an experienced Body psychotherapist for children, adolescents and young adults in Portugal and Spain. She is an International Junior trainer in Biosynthesis and Local trainer at the Portuguese Center for Somatic Psychotherapy in Biosynthesis (CPSB), in Lisbon. She has been a Training Assistant at the International Institute for Biosynthesis (IIBS), in Switzerland and Training Assistant for the Course in Trauma and Neuroscience in Body Psychotherapy. Teacher and co-coordinator of the Post-Graduation Course in Psychosomatic and Epigenetics in Psychotherapy in Portugal and Spain. Designer and leader of the therapeutic group Solidarity Harmony Interchange for Natural Evolution (SHINE) for youths and BE Program, Emotional Education Project in Educational Biosynthesis. Language tutor for children and adolescents. Former training in Philosophy for Children.
CCP holder, certified in Trainers Pedagogical Training by the Portuguese Department of Employment (DGERT).

To Book:

For application form please contact jenny@primarytherapy.ie

www.primarytherapy.ie www.biosynthesisireland.ie

 

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Please note this is not an IACP run event.

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