SFSTBD Workshop November 1st, 2013
SFSTBD Workshop November 1st, 2013
WhenFriday November 1, 2013 from 8:15 AM to 5:00 PM EDTAdd
Lifeskills of South Florida
1431 SW 9th Avenue
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
Workshop: November 1, 2013
Registration: 8:15 am
Presentation: 9:00 am-5:00pm
Lunch Break: 12:00-1:30pm
At the door $85
must register before 10/24/13
The South Florida Society for Trauma Based Disorders is
approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling as provider
of continuing education (Provider #BAP400, exp. 3/15).
SFSTBD is approved by the American Psychological
Association to offer continuing education for psychologists
(Provider #PCE-43, exp. 5/31/14).
by October 24, 2013 for the
November 1, 2013 workshop
It is important that you RSVP so that we can insure enough seating. Seating is limited. If you do not RSVP we cannot guarantee
a seat will be available.
Send your prepayment made out to SFSTBD with your
name, address and phone number to:
Alison Johnston LCSW
15049 SW 35 Street
Davie, FL 33331
Payment will also be accepted at the door. But
please be sure to RSVP!
For further information about
the workshop, email Alison Johnston:
Lifeskills of South Floridais east of I-95 and south of SW 10th St. Deerfield Beach
Take I-95 to SW 10th St East.
Take the first right onSW 11th Way.
Take the first left ontoSW 15th Street.
Take the second left ontoSW 9th Avenue.
Destination will be on left.
It is highly recommended that you consult a map so
that you will not have difficulty with the directions.
Restoring the Wisdom of the
Body in Complex Trauma:
Inge Sengelmann, LCSW, SEP
Inge Sengelmann, LCSW, SEP is a clinical
social worker licensed in Florida and
Colorado, as well as a Somatic
Experiencing® Practitioner and intensively trained
DBT therapist. At The Counseling
Group in Miami, she is a founding member
of an intensively-trained DBT consultation
team and the DBT outpatient treatment
program for eating disorders.
A graduate of Florida International
University (FIU), Inge has completed postgraduate
clinical trainings in Dialectical
Behavior Therapy (through Dr. Marsha
Linehan’s BehavioralTech), Somatic
Experiencing® and Somatic Attachment
Training and Experience (through Dr. Peter
Levine’s SE Trauma Institute), Mindfulness-
Based Stress Reduction.
She assists Somatic Experiencing Trauma
Institute faculty at various trainings around
the country to teach others how to tap into
the wisdom of the body.
Inge recently was published in the
academic journal Research on Social Work
Practice and has presented locally, nationally
and internationally on the topic of eating
disorders, somatic psychotherapy, and
integrative mind-body healing.______________________
_______________________COURSE DESCRIPTION:Complex trauma is characterized
by pervasivecore deficits in the regulation of emotion,cognition and behaviors. Traditional “talk”therapy generally ignores the sensory-motoraspects of experience and is limited in its access toimplicit, automatic or “subconscious” patterns,relying solely
on declarative memory and explicitcontent. But the body holds both subconsciousinformation as well as self-regulating resources.Participants will learn to “speak” and “read” thelanguage of the autonomic nervous system andtailor their preferred methods of interventions
tosupport autonomic regulation and coherence. This6-hour workshop is designed for mental healthprofessionals who want to develop an understandingof how cortical, subcortical andautonomic nervous system activation play a role inthe formation and maintenance
of symptoms, andskills to incorporate somatic awareness to facilitateregulation.WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES:This course will provide mental health practitioners,psychologists, and other licensed professions with theability to:
- Learn basic principles of the neurobiology of emotional distress using Stephen Porges’ polyvagal theory and Alan Schore’s theories of attachment and brain development.
- Recognize various autonomic nervous system phase shifts and skills to move client from one phase to the next.
- Differentiate between working with narrative memory in talk therapy and implicit memory in somatic awareness therapy.
- Integrate sensory-motor responses with cognitive and affective processing to reduce symptoms and increase resiliency.
- Understand the role of interpersonal neurobiology and the use of the therapist’s nervous system to regulate high affect states in clients.
- Practice interventions to facilitate change in the nonverbal realm.
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