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Between Shock and Developmental Trauma
Join Dr. Peter Levine and Dr. Diane Poole Heller for… - ALL NEW ONLINE TRAINING NOW OPEN - Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST How to help your clients heal from the past and
find their way into fulfillment and connection

“In SE, we don’t work on remembering — what we’re doing is working with the memory as it presents itself in the now.”

Dr. Peter Levine

“We can restore and reconnect at all levels, regardless of our past. When when we heal ourselves, we heal our communities and the world.”

Dr. Diane Poole Heller

How can we help clients if they can’t tell us what’s wrong?

Help clients heal from trauma they can’t verbalize

When it comes to treating trauma, the path is almost never linear.

It’s not uncommon for a client who was making progress to become resistant, display avoidant behaviors and have strong emotional reactions. Other times, they may shut down entirely. If asked, they may not be able to articulate what they’re feeling or name the source of their distress.

Needless to say, this can pose a problem since therapy relies on spoken communication. And too often, trauma therapy does just that—depending almost entirely on a client’s ability to recall and retell the painful events causing their suffering.

So what do we do when they can’t?

Or what if they simply aren’t certain where their pain originated? After all, many people experience multiple traumas in their lifetime, and the effects can be vastly different. Complicating matters, a client could remember one trauma in painstaking detail yet have no conscious awareness of another.

As therapists, how do we proceed when we need crucial information our clients can’t provide?

At that point, it can be challenging to know how to help them move gently beyond this impasse and into the flow of healing.

Here’s the good news: words may sometimes fail us, but the body is always talking.

So we must learn how to listen.

With somatic tools and strategies, you can tune in to the physical signals hiding in plain sight, revealing what your client needs to release lingering trauma and open up to fulfillment, wholeness, and connection.

To begin healing these traumas, IT’S IMPORTANT TO…

Understand the intricacies of developmental and shock trauma and their somatic connection to the body.

Identify the symptoms of developmental and shock traumas, unmet needs and incomplete developmental tasks.

Become attuned to the body’s encoded messages, using Body Reading to gain insights and guide therapeutic interventions.

Apply Somatotyping and Character Structure principles to reveal unaddressed blocks to growth and healing.

Learn how to implement and adapt clinical interventions to each Character Structure while avoiding re-traumatization.

Tap into implicit memory using somatic methods, so you can expand the innate resilience within each of us that allows us to live fully present and free of the past.

To begin healing these traumas, IT’S IMPORTANT TO…
Understand the intricacies of developmental and shock trauma and their somatic connection to the body.
Identify the symptoms of developmental and shock traumas, unmet needs and incomplete developmental tasks.
Become attuned to the body’s encoded messages, using Body Reading to gain insights and guide therapeutic interventions.
Apply Somatotyping and Character Structure principles to reveal unaddressed blocks to growth and healing.
Learn how to implement and adapt clinical interventions to each Character Structure while avoiding
re-traumatization.
Tap into implicit memory using somatic methods, so you can expand the innate resilience within each of us that allows us to live fully present and free of the past.

“I have worked to develop a safe, gentle and effective way for people to heal from trauma. It works by understanding that trauma is purely physiological.

Trauma is something that happens initially to our bodies and our instincts. Only then do its effects spread to our minds, emotions, and spirits.”

– Peter Levine, PhD

“I have worked to develop a safe, gentle and effective way for people to heal from trauma. It works by understanding that trauma is purely physiological.

Trauma is something that happens initially to our bodies and our instincts. Only then do its effects spread to our minds, emotions, and spirits.”

– Peter Levine, PhD

Here’s What’s Covered In This 5-Week Program

Led by Dr. Peter Levine, the originator of Somatic Experiencing® and your host, Dr. Diane Poole Heller

Differentiate & Decode Traumas

Examine the nuances and relationship between developmental and shock trauma, what happens when they become intertwined, and why those with developmental trauma are more susceptible to PTSD and shock trauma.

Dr. Levine will personally guide our deep exploration into the connection between trauma and the mind, body and emotions on a detailed, specialized level unavailable in most trainings.

Master Character Structures

Learn how to identify and differentiate childhood trauma through non-verbal cues like body traits and adult behavior patterns.

Dr. Levine will bring the theory to life through client demonstrations, in which he will cover the identifying characteristics of the character structure, what to look for in the body, possible development history, and specific techniques you can use to safely and effectively alleviate suffering.

Access Expert Tools & Somatic Interventions

We’ll go beyond theory and operationalize information, so you can easily apply practical processes and therapeutic interventions to your clinical sessions.

You’ll learn directly from Dr. Levine, which tools and techniques he uses to tune into nonverbal clues, get to the root of the trauma and reconnect clients with their resiliency, vitality and life.

Strategies to Prevent Re-Traumatization

As therapists, it is essential to work with trauma without
re-traumatizing the client.

Discover how Dr. Levine activates old wounds while maintaining safety. He’ll share crucial methods for titration and pendulation that allow your clients to heal wounds from the past while remaining fully in the present.

Strengthen Attunement & Gain Clinical Confidence

Gain the knowledge and skills to engage your clients with greater confidence in this collaborative work.

Guided by your intuition and attunement, you’ll be able to invite your client’s curiosity into their own process and support them, so they can emerge from the stagnation of trauma and move toward self-acceptance, love, and growth.

Don’t miss your chance to join us for this unique new program to learn from the world’s leading expert in the Somatic Experiencing Approach!

Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST
Here’s What’s Covered In This 5-Week Program

Led by Dr. Peter Levine, the originator of Somatic Experiencing® and your host, Dr. Diane Poole Heller

Differentiate & Decode Traumas

Examine the nuances and relationship between developmental and shock trauma, what happens when they become intertwined, and why those with developmental trauma are more susceptible to PTSD and shock trauma.

Dr. Levine will personally guide our deep exploration into the connection between trauma and the mind, body and emotions on a detailed, specialized level unavailable in most trainings.

Master Character Structures

Learn how to identify and differentiate childhood trauma through non-verbal cues like body traits and adult behavior patterns.

Dr. Levine will bring the theory to life through client demonstrations, in which he will cover the identifying characteristics of the character structure, what to look for in the body, possible development history, and specific techniques you can use to safely and effectively alleviate suffering.

Access Expert Tools & Somatic Interventions

We’ll go beyond theory and operationalize information, so you can easily apply practical processes and therapeutic interventions to your clinical sessions.

You’ll learn directly from Dr. Levine, which tools and techniques he uses to tune into nonverbal clues, get to the root of the trauma and reconnect clients with their resiliency, vitality and life.

Strategies to Prevent Re-Traumatization

As therapists, it is essential to work with trauma without
re-traumatizing the client.

Discover how Dr. Levine activates old wounds while maintaining safety. He’ll share crucial methods for titration and pendulation that allow your clients to heal wounds from the past while remaining fully in the present.

Strengthen Attunement & Gain Clinical Confidence

Gain the knowledge and skills to engage your clients with greater confidence in this collaborative work.

Guided by your intuition and attunement, you’ll be able to invite your client’s curiosity into their own process and support them, so they can emerge from the stagnation of trauma and move toward self-acceptance, love, and growth.

Don’t miss your chance to join us for this unique new program to learn from the world’s leading expert in the Somatic Experiencing Approach!

Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST
A Personal Invitation from Dr. Diane Poole Heller

Welcome!

Lately, I’ve been more grateful than ever for you, my professional healing community. It’s an incredible privilege to be able to hear your concerns, share stories and provide support and guidance as you strive to meet the mental health needs in your communities.

By the same token, I can’t overstate what a gift it’s been to have my own circle of colleagues to turn to when I need encouragement, resources, or a fresh perspective… as well as mentors who remind me there is always more to learn—and who lead by example, generously sharing their wisdom.

Because as it turns out, no matter how much education or experience we may have, we all face moments as therapists when we wonder if we have the right answers.

Like when clients stagnate. Or when they dig their heels in and rebel against a particular methodology. Or when they simply can’t explain what they’re experiencing.

And as a result, we may begin to feel like we’re experimenting instead of confidently choosing the safest or best interventions.

For better or worse, we’ve all been there. It’s the nature of working with trauma. There is just so much to understand—and so few opportunities to go beyond the basics.

That’s exactly why I invited my close friend and mentor, Dr. Peter Levine, to help teach a new online training program, Somatic Strategies to Address the Interplay Between Shock and Developmental Trauma, an intensive course concentrating on trauma and therapeutic strategies for recovery.

As the founder of the Somatic ExperiencingApproach, there is no one with more experience and knowledge than Dr. Levine in the body-oriented approach to healing trauma and other stress disorders.

For five weeks, beginning February 3rd, Dr. Levine and I will explore Character Structures, the complexities of developmental and shock traumas, and the ways emotional distress can manifest in the body.

Dr. Levine will show you a powerful framework, as well as practical strategies to guide clients compassionately in completing developmental tasks, releasing pain held in their body, and healing the past in the here and now.

If you’re new to Somatic Experiencing, I promise you’ll gain priceless insights and highly effective modalities that improve your therapeutic skills, so you can easily recognize and work more confidently with any type of client trauma.

And I know you’ll be inspired by Dr. Levine’s client demonstrations—he has a special kind of magic. If you’re a seasoned Somatic Experiencing practitioner, you likely already know what a valuable opportunity this is to develop your skills in a specialized way while learning from the leading pioneer in our field.

We may never live in a world devoid of trauma … but I believe we can live in a world full of healing. Together, we can help bring that future into existence today. And so, it’s my mission to champion education that reduces suffering and empowers more people to unlock resiliency and live an embodied, expansive life.

I hope you’ll join me for this next, unforgettable step in our learning journey.

Warmly,

Dr. Diane Poole Heller
Founder, Trauma Solutions
Author, The Power of Attachment

Don’t miss your chance to join us for this unique new program to learn from the world’s leading expert in the Somatic Experiencing Approach!

Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST

A Personal Invitation from Dr. Diane Poole Heller

Welcome!

Lately, I’ve been more grateful than ever for you, my professional healing community. It’s an incredible privilege to be able to hear your concerns, share stories and provide support and guidance as you strive to meet the mental health needs in your communities.

By the same token, I can’t overstate what a gift it’s been to have my own circle of colleagues to turn to when I need encouragement, resources, or a fresh perspective… as well as mentors who remind me there is always more to learn—and who lead by example, generously sharing their wisdom.

Because as it turns out, no matter how much education or experience we may have, we all face moments as therapists when we wonder if we have the right answers.

Like when clients stagnate. Or when they dig their heels in and rebel against a particular methodology. Or when they simply can’t explain what they’re experiencing.

And as a result, we may begin to feel like we’re experimenting instead of confidently choosing the safest or best interventions.

For better or worse, we’ve all been there. It’s the nature of working with trauma. There is just so much to understand—and so few opportunities to go beyond the basics.

That’s exactly why I invited my close friend and mentor, Dr. Peter Levine, to help teach a new online training program, Somatic Strategies to Address the Interplay Between Shock and Developmental Trauma, an intensive course concentrating on trauma and therapeutic strategies for recovery.

As the founder of the Somatic ExperiencingApproach, there is no one with more experience and knowledge than Dr. Levine in the body-oriented approach to healing trauma and other stress disorders.

For five weeks, beginning February 3rd, Dr. Levine and I will explore Character Structures, the complexities of developmental and shock traumas, and the ways emotional distress can manifest in the body.

Dr. Levine will show you a powerful framework, as well as practical strategies to guide clients compassionately in completing developmental tasks, releasing pain held in their body, and healing the past in the here and now.

If you’re new to Somatic Experiencing, I promise you’ll gain priceless insights and highly effective modalities that improve your therapeutic skills, so you can easily recognize and work more confidently with any type of client trauma.

And I know you’ll be inspired by Dr. Levine’s client demonstrations—he has a special kind of magic. If you’re a seasoned Somatic Experiencing practitioner, you likely already know what a valuable opportunity this is to develop your skills in a specialized way while learning from the leading pioneer in our field.

We may never live in a world devoid of trauma … but I believe we can live in a world full of healing. Together, we can help bring that future into existence today. And so, it’s my mission to champion education that reduces suffering and empowers more people to unlock resiliency and live an embodied, expansive life.

I hope you’ll join me for this next, unforgettable step in our learning journey.

Warmly,

Dr. Diane Poole Heller
Founder, Trauma Solutions
Author, The Power of Attachment

Don’t miss your chance to join us for this unique new program to learn from the world’s leading expert in the Somatic Experiencing Approach!

Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST

- ALL NEW ONLINE TRAINING NOW OPEN -
Join Dr. Peter Levine and Dr. Diane Poole Heller for…
Somatic Strategies to Address the Interplay Between Shock and Developmental Trauma
A 5-Session Online Intensive Course beginning February 3, 2021
How to help your clients heal from the past and
find their way into fulfillment and connection
Here’s What’s Included

5 Weekly, Demo-Based Sessions
Including Q&A with Dr. Peter Levine and Dr. Diane Poole Heller

Meet us LIVE—online each Wednesday—for a client demonstration and in-depth discussion on theory, skills and strategies. Learn how to implement and apply them to your own therapeutic sessions.

Each call ends with a 30-minute Q&A session, where you can ask follow-up questions and get answers about trauma and somatic practices, directly from the renowned experts.

  • Module 1: Understanding Basic Developmental Stages, Connecting Unmet Needs and Repairing Misattunement
  • Module 2: Titration and Pendulation to Avoid Re-Traumatization
  • Module 3: Body Reading to Identify Shock and/or Developmental Trauma
  • Module 4: Reading the Living Body Types: Embodied Energetic Approaches
  • Module 5: Untangling Shock Trauma and Developmental Trauma
Learn Somatic Tools & Techniques

We’ll learn somatic techniques you can apply immediately to your therapeutic session to integrate the mind, body, and emotions, restoring embodied presence and setting the stage for your clients’ growth.

Complete Access to Audio & Video Recordings

All training videos are accompanied by transcripts, because we know some people prefer not only to watch material, but also to have the written copy on hand.

Download the transcripts and use them for easy reference and note-taking.

Access to a Private Online Community

You’ll join a warm, friendly and encouraging online community that supports you while you support others.

Discuss difficult cases, share your insights, or tell us about your frustrations and wins.

“SE is the only method I have found that consistently helps people reorganize their nervous system and greatly reduce, if not completely erase, their trauma symptoms.

Although I understand that the SE techniques are grounded in biology, the results are nothing short of miraculous.”

-Shirly Impellizzeri, PhD, Psychologist, Author, Talk Show Host, SEP

Here’s What’s In the Training Curriculum
MODULE 1: February 3, 2021 @ 11:00 am MT
Understanding Basic Developmental Stages, Connecting Unmet Needs and Repairing Misattunement

ANGUS is a man with a long trauma history beginning in infancy, including his own near-drowning, foster care, getting hit by a car at age 2, the death of 20+ friends from drugs and alcohol, and intergenerational trauma.

This has resulted in abandonment, dissociation, addiction, limited boundaries, multiple overdoses. He has never had long-term partner intimacy. He is in recovery now.

Angus will work somatically towards more presence using visualization and sound. Dr. Levine will offer generational trauma exercises.

Explore the plight of the wounded inner child and how unmet developmental needs may intrude on the adult self
Discover how to help the client build an intrapsychic alliance between the inner child and their adult self, as well as with the facilitating therapist
Distinguish between chronic and toxic stress as it relates to deficits in adult development
MODULE 2: February 10, 2021 @ 11:00 am MT
Titration and Pendulation to Avoid Re-Traumatization

LU is a shy, very creative 11 year old, but she feels she is weird. She lives with her mother, Julie. Her father is an addict; Lu loves him but cannot have a healthy relationship with him. He has supervised visits, following the dissolution of the parents’ abusive and argumentative marriage. His mother, Lu’s grandmother, can be overbearing. She is very close to her two older maternal half-siblings.

Dr. Levine will guide Lu in Smovey movement with the Haaa sound, and work on boundaries with Voo/jaw and drawing.

Observe Dr. Levine touch into the edges of trauma and insert positive contradictory experiences to be embodied
Learn manageable steps to “pace and dose” the integration of high arousal and shutdown while metabolizing the traumatic symptoms
Understand the importance of working with one energy level at a time to help the client’s somatic experience to unfold and to build resilience without collapse
MODULE 3: February 17, 2021 @ 11:00 am MT
Body Reading to Identify Shock and/or Developmental Trauma

ALYSON has chronic pain and trouble with intimate relationships. At the core, she feels, “not good enough.” Her story begins with birth trauma and her parents’ divorce when she was 3, and is compounded by severe bullying, serious car accidents, a face-first fall off a chair lift, and multiple surgeries.

As she got older, the pain became inescapable; she relied on pills to get through law school. Then, she lost father. She has been inconsolable with grief. Somatic Experiencing® has helped her pain subside and resolved her reliance on pills.

Dr. Levine will be working with imagery to tap into the bracing/anxiety loop and Alyson’s chronic pain.

Uncover the reasons shock and developmental trauma are often intertwined
Understand why developmental trauma makes individuals more susceptible to shock trauma
Learn somatic clues and effective interventions to help clients gently unmingle their traumas
MODULE 4: February 24, 2021 @ 11:00 am MT
Reading the Living Body Types: Embodied Energetic Approaches

JULIE has trouble asking for what she needs from others. She either gives everything or she isolates/freezes. Julie’s father and uncles were brutally murdered by the Mexican mafia when she was an infant, and Julie raised herself and her siblings while her mother worked to provide. Later in life she had 3 children and two marriages. Her last marriage was an abusive relationship with an addict. Her youngest daughter (from that relationship) is Lu from Module 2.

Julie will work with the tragedy that fell upon her ancestors through trans-generational trauma exercises. Dr. Levine will also help her connect to her child self and her unmet needs from her mother who had to always work.

Discussion of body somatotypes – endomorph, ectomorph and mesomorph
Explore their roots in development as confirmation of character structure
Detect developmental trauma in the basic somatotypes to inform therapeutic interventions and meet energetic needs
MODULE 5: March 3, 2021 @ 11:00 am MT
Untangling Shock Trauma and Developmental Trauma

MONIQUE endured childhood neglect and abuse, giving rise to an eating disorder. Following a hit-and-run that left her in a coma and required many surgeries, she experienced abandonment, intimate betrayal, and job loss. Monique has developed PTSD and is unable to work. She is currently living on disability, with her dog as her sole companion.

Dr. Levine will work with her shock trauma and her early developmental neglect/abuse through Bellicon play.

Develop an awareness of the subtleties of shock and developmental traumas
Learn about the similar yet different interventions needed in treatment
Discover how working with corrective experiences for developmental trauma can support the treatment of shock trauma and vice versa
Plus, You’ll Get the Following Bonuses…
From your host, Dr. Diane Poole Heller
BONUS #1
5 NEW Video Trainings on Character Structure

Recorded video training sessions from Dr. Diane Poole Heller on Character Structure, where we take a deep dive on each of the five main structures.

Includes over 4.5 hours of additional instruction, video/audio, transcripts and downloadable handouts.

BONUS #2
Mastery Interventions for Character Structure Needs

Get a detailed guide to Mastery practices and therapeutic applications for each Character Structure, including adaptations and interventions that help you achieve deeper, more attuned work and guide clients in overcoming trauma.

BONUS #3
Understanding Ayurvedic Doshas

In this lesson, Dr. Diane Poole Heller discusses the ways the principles of Ayurvedic doshas can support body reading and enhance understanding of physical expressions of developmental limitations or psychological issues.

She’ll also cover specific routines, behaviors and nutrition used to bring the doshas into balance and restore mind-body connection.

Join Us Now!
Choose Your Payment Option
Single Payment
$247
3 MONTHLY Payments of
$89
Single Payment
$247
3 MONTHLY Payments
$89
We start on February 3, 2021
Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 PM PST

*taking this program does not replace the 8-module training through Somatic Experiencing to be SE Trained.

Your Satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed

We’re confident this program will be a valuable investment in your education and clinical practice.

Try the Somatic Strategies to Address the Interplay Between Shock and Developmental Trauma course, 100%, risk-free. If for any reason, you don’t feel it meets your needs, please contact our friendly Support Team within 7 days of purchase—and we’ll happily issue you a refund.

Meet Your Instructor

Peter A Levine, PhD, is the developer of Somatic Experiencing, a naturalistic and neurobiological approach to healing trauma, which he has developed over the past 50 years.

He is the Founder of the Somatic Experiencing Institute/Foundation for Human Enrichment and the Founder and President of the Ergos Institute of Somatic Education™. His work has been taught to over 50,000 therapists in over 45 countries.

Dr. Levine served as a stress consultant for NASA in the early space shuttle development and has served on the American Psychological Association task force for responding to the trauma of large-scale disasters and ethno-political warfare.

He holds doctorates in both Biophysics and Psychology and is the author of several best-selling books on trauma, including Waking the Tiger, which is published in over 29 languages. He is currently a Senior Fellow and consultant at The Meadows Addiction and Trauma Treatment Center in Wickenburg, Arizona and continues to teach trauma healing workshops internationally.

About Your Host

Diane Poole Heller PhD, is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and expert in the field of child and adult attachment theory as well as trauma resolution.

In 1989, Dr. Heller began working with Dr. Peter Levine, founder of SEI (Somatic Experiencing Institute). As Senior Faculty for SETI, she taught Somatic Experiencing trauma work internationally for over 25 years.

Her work with adult attachment has forged a path for adults with childhood attachment injuries to develop Secure Attachment Skills (SAS) that lead to more connected and fulfilling adult relationships. She believes that by healing ourselves we heal our families, our communities, and the world as a whole.

Continuing Education (CE) Option
Do you need CE Credits?

As part of a joint sponsorship with Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES), you can earn 12 CE credit hours for this program, for an additional fee of $69.

Course Level: Intermediate
Target Audience: Licensed mental health professionals

Continuing Education Credit is pending through Commonwealth Educational Seminars for the following professions:

Licensed Professional Counselors (MUST attend live calls to be eligible)
Licensed Clinical Social Workers
Marriage and Family Therapists
Psychologists

For further information, please contact Commonwealth Educational Seminars, 1-800-376-3345, or [email protected].

A Certificate of Completion is available to all participants at the end of the course (upon request) at no additional charge

It is the participant’s responsibility to check with their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for their state. For detailed information regarding CEs, please visit: https://dianepooleheller.com/ce/information

Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
Identify developmental trauma’s connection to shock trauma to help clients complete disturbed development stages and heal from fractured family dynamics and conflictual relationships.
Demonstrate how to map the complex fabric of developmental and shock trauma as a way of helping clients grow into their authentic selves.
Integrate clients’ awareness of their internal experience of nonverbal behaviors, including involuntary gestures, posture changes, and your observations of external indications of shifts in the autonomic nervous system.
Explain the importance of embodied awareness with the support of an empathetic witness as a vehicle for transforming traumatic experience.
Define the often-fleeting physical cues of clients’ internal states that indicate crucial resources that can be accessed as one moves toward healing.
Integrate ancestral awareness into therapeutic practices as a form of transgenerational healing that can care for the inner wounded child.
Analyze embodied, archetypal experiences to more deeply renegotiate developmental traumatic experiences.
Identify each Character Type’s core issues, with a focus on resolving challenging areas for each particular Character Type.
Describe two body traits that are characteristic of the Love/Sexuality Structure.
Demonstrate how to map the complex fabric of developmental and shock trauma as a way of helping clients grow into their authentic selves.
Demonstrate how to map the complex fabric of developmental and shock trauma as a way of helping clients grow into their authentic selves.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can we help you?
Do I need to be a therapist to be in this program?

No, you do not. While many of the people who join our program are both novices and experienced practitioners, the process and techniques you learn with us can be very helpful to anyone who would like to understand trauma more deeply or help support others.

How long can I access the program materials?

You’ll have lifetime access to ALL training materials, including videos, transcripts, worksheets, and BONUSES too.

Is this theoretical or practical training?

It’s both. We’ve structured this program in such a way so we don’t just tell you how to use theoretical concepts — we show you.

You’ll be able to watch actual client demo videos, expert training calls and participate in LIVE Q&A sessions with Diane and Peter, where they’ll answer your questions and give you tips on how to apply skills and techniques to your client therapy sessions.

Will taking this course qualify me as SE Trained?

Taking this program does not replace the 8-module training through Somatic Experiencing to be “SE Trained.” This program ensures you will be “SE Informed.”

What if I can’t show up live for all the training calls?

I would love to have you join each session live, but if you are unable to do so, all our sessions and training calls (including the Q&A) are recorded, so you can still receive all the information and coaching you need.

Additionally, the program module materials are yours to download and keep in your professional reference library. The only thing you cannot download are client demos—because we need to honor and respect client confidentiality.

Ready to take the next step?
Here’s Everything You’ll Get In…
Somatic Strategies to Address the Interplay Between Shock and Developmental Trauma
Help Your Clients Heal from the Past and Find Their Way Into Fulfillment and Connection
  • 5 Training Modules giving you an in-depth look at how to apply Somatic Experiencing to your clinical practice.
  • LIVE Interactive Q&A Sessions, so you can get your questions answered immediately directly from Dr. Peter Levine and Dr. Diane Poole Heller.
  • Downloads, Transcripts, Worksheets and Demos, so you have access to all the resources in a variety of learning formats — and learn exactly how to apply tools and techniques to individualized interventions in a clinical setting.
  • Your Own Private Learning Dashboard where you’ll have lifetime access to all your course materials at any time.
PLUS, these special
BONUSES!
  • 5 NEW Video Trainings on Character Structure
  • Mastery Interventions on Character Structure Needs
  • Understanding Ayurvedic Doshas

NOW Specially Priced

Hurry! Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 PM PST
Single Payment
$247
3 MONTHLY Payments of
$89
Single Payment
$247
3 MONTHLY Payments
$89
We start on February 3, 2021
Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 PM PST

*Taking this program does not replace the 8-module training through Somatic Experiencing to be SE Trained.

“I would like to express my gratitude for all the information you make available. After attending a masterclass with Peter Levine about ICU and ventilator trauma, I read the hand-out I received from you yesterday about the 5 Character Structures.

Today, I was able to help a fibro patient make an enormous shift towards healing when I realized that she had the “right to be alive and well”… and that was exactly what she needed to know in the moment. That was clear in my mind because I had read your hand-out a few hours before that.”
 
Caterina Marzoli
Rome, Italy
Physiotherapist and Feldenkrais practitioner (currently in SE training)

Is this the right training for me?
You should join us if…
  • You’re a seasoned Somatic Experiencing therapist and you want to participate in a focused, in-depth study of trauma and somatic therapies with Dr. Peter Levine.
  • You’re a newer therapist or mental health professional who wants to strengthen your knowledge and clinical skills relating to developmental and shock traumas and Character Structures.
  • You want more tools for identifying the physical attributes of trauma and safe clinical techniques to guide your clients toward healing and living more fully.
“Without tools, trauma rules” - Dr. Peter Levine

Reserve your seat TODAY for just $247!

Hurry! Registration closes February 2, 2021 at 11:59 PM PST

*Taking this program does not replace the 8-module training through Somatic Experiencing to be “SE Trained.”