Trainings in Somatic Intervention with Ricki Bernstein

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About the Trainings

For therapists who work with trauma and attachment, these courses in Somatic Intervention will give you powerful tools to deepen and accelerate your work.

Target Audience
Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, MFTs, Counselors, Creative Arts therapists, Sex Therapists.
Geared for all professional levels.
26 CE hours available for each course!

Upcoming Trainings

Intro to Somatic Intervention

Zoom – עברית – Dec 2020

The Missing Piece: The Body in the Therapy Room (Part 1)

Learn to incorporate somatic tools into your therapy practice, and add new depth and control to your work by learning how to sense, notice and understand what the body is saying. Applying the latest neuroscience research, you will be able to create strength and safety, tame dysregulated emotion and work with stress and trauma. There will be an emphasis on building resilience, as well as experiential exercises to practice new interventions.

Zoom – March 2021
Zoom – June/July 2021
Zoom – January 2022

The Old Piece: Attachment Wounds, Then and Now (Part 2)

A somatic approach to work with attachment and relational patterns. Topics to be covered include pre and post natal trauma, parent/infant communication, attachment styles and treatment interventions.

Part 1 (or other somatic training) is a prerequisite.

Zoom – עברית – Dec-Jan 20/21
Zoom – February 2021
Zoom – July 2021

The Lost Piece: Reclaiming the Body after Abuse (Part 3)

Teach your clients to gain a sense of their body as a safe place to live. Working gradually and incrementally, we will use Somatic Intervention to repair the body and the sense of self which were compromised by abuse. Enable your clients to contain their internal experience, build trust, tolerate intimacy and approach pleasure.

Part 1 (or other somatic training) is a prerequisite.

Zoom – April 2021
Zoom – December 2021

Training Workshops

Grief – January 2021 – Zoom
PVT – May 2021 – Zoom
Grief – October 2021 – Zoom
Adv Attachment – November 2021 – Zoom