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Somatic Integration and Processing

This training was specifically created to help new and seasoned therapists improve their skills of case conceptualization.

The theories and tools presented in SIP allow the clinician to interpret the symptoms and behaviors of their clients through a nervous system and trauma informed lens.

With these skills we can unravel the complexities of trauma presentations and choose interventions that are best suited to their needs.

Next training opportunity:

-July 22nd – July 24th, 2021 8:30 – 5:00 – Virtual, Zoom

This training is for Licensed Clinicians and Counselors. If you have a Master’s Degree in a helping field or are currently a student in a Master’s Level program in a helping field you are also eligible to attend. Upon completion of 21 approved training hours Beyond Healing Center will calculate and issue 21 NBCC hours.

Outline and Testimonials below:

WHAT IS IT?

Somatic Integration and Processing (SIP) is an interpersonal neurobiology based conceptualization tool that uses psychodynamic theory, adaptive information processing and nervous system focused conceptual frameworks to assist clinicians in their ability to understand, interpret and utilize diagnostic bio/psycho/social/cultural information about their clients.

WHAT ARE THE TOOLS?

Tools presented within SIP help to illustrate this diagnostic information in a structurally concentric template that can be used for tracking session goals, maneuvering through any processing issues that might come up during a session as well as understanding their psychodynamic origins, and it can even be used to track an entire therapeutic process.

HOW CAN IT HELP?

While SIP is not a therapeutic modality with its own interventions, SIP can be incorporated into a wide range of therapeutic orientations and their various approaches. All of this is for the sake of helping the therapeutic alliance move the client to the place of feeling safe in connection in both their mind and body.

COST PER PARTICIPANT
STUDENT RATE: $500 (For student purchase email: Training@BeyondHealingCenter.com)
EARLY REGISTRATION: $600
NORMAL REGISTRATION: $650
LATE REGISTRATION: $700

A Model for Case Conceptualization Training Outline:

Day 1:
Introduction to Case Conceptualization
Attachment and Neurodevelopment:
Triune Brain
Right and Left Hemispheres
Attachment Theory
Polyvagal Theory
Adaptive Information Processing

Day 2:
Introduction to Somatic Integration and Processing (SIP) as a Model for Case Conceptualization
Intersubjectivity and the Therapeutic Alliance
Case Presentation
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Conceptualizing from a Whole Brain Perspective
Subverbal Communication and Autonomic Activation
Anchoring in Safety

Day 3:
Bridging the Gap between Case Conceptualization and Therapy Intervention
How Do We Arrive as Therapists
Case Presentation
Case Presentation Workshop
Additional Resources

Testimonials:

-“Thank you for three days of discoveries, challenges, insights, uncoverings and connection. You have clearly worked so hard to pull all of this together, and the presentation is truly phenomenal. The command of the language, attunement to each other and the participants was beautiful to both witness and receive.” – T.W.

-“This course is immensely useful and also intellectually challenging which made it fun! The personalities of each presenter as well as their interactions together added to the depth of information shared which kept me engaged. Thank you so much for enriching my practice and adding to the healing in my client community. I look forward to my next training with Beyond Healing Center.” -C.A.

-“SIP is very validating as a clinician. A client noticed a shift in the relationship during a session following training and asked if I had a spiritual awakening!” -K.G.

-“This is the first training I’ve had that I feel will be applicable to my practice and I know I will be using it!” – P.B.

-“SIP is beyond great! This just makes intuitive sense, and gave me words to put to things I’ve seen and experienced. I absolutely see myself being able to put this information to use in my private practice immediately!” – J.E.