How the Untold Unheard Story Tells Itself Nonverbally: Temporally Integrating Unconscious and Implicit Very Early Trauma
Course: How the Untold Unheard Story Tells Itself Nonverbally: Temporally Integrating Unconscious and Implicit Very Early Trauma
Instructors: Sandra Paulsen, Ph.D.
Approved for 3.0 Hours of CE Credit
Fulfills License Requirements
High Resolution Online Streaming Video
This is an advanced Temporal Integration module, revealing the mysteries of the client’s unheard untold story as it reveals itself in the non-verbals, and the verbal statements in the therapy office. The story tells itself in such diverse domains as client affect and body sensation, dreamscapes, therapist mirror neurons, reenactments in the therapeutic relationship and outside relationships, projective identification and more. The module will discuss how to deal with stuck processing in the ambiguity and virtual darkness of preverbal trauma, without being at risk for creating false memories.
Course Goal and Objectives
At the conclusion of this program:
- List five non-verbal domains in which the untold story tells itself.
- Utilize the self as an instrument of “biofeedback” to help client learn to reclaim their own story.
- Address reenactments in the relationship field.
Your access to the course material extends for 3-years from the date of purchase. This includes after passing the post-test, so you may continue to review its contents.