Trauma is a huge catch word in recent years and its rippling and pervasive personal, familial, and broader systemic affects are being increasingly recognized and studied. Everyone has been impacted by some degree and type of trauma. For some, it can be utterly devastating.
While conscious breathwork has the powerful capacity to evoke the spontaneous processing and renegotiation of certain trauma responses, it also has the capacity to be overly activating and even fortifying for the trauma response when utilized in inappropriate ways or circumstances.
Now that you have foundational skill sets in place for your facilitation of breathwork, it is time to enhance your ability to track your client's nervous system in the moment and support them in safely and stably exploring and renegotiating their embodied echoes of trauma.
Within this advanced module you will:
learn more about the nervous systems role in shock trauma and more complex versions of PTSD
develop the capacity to recognize the signs and symptoms of mobilization and immobilization responses
foster the ability to track a client's nervous system and respond accordingly to support them in staying within their "window of tolerance"
learn methods to safely, gently, and slowly bring awareness to the embodied trauma and support its renegotiation
cultivate both methods and ways of being in therapeutic relationship that support the re-establishment of healthy self-regulation
learn to support the client in recognizing existing resources and locating new ones
expand your understanding of self-regulation and the tools and techniques that can be shared with clients to support their self-regulation
learn the difference between emergency methods to stabilize someone experiencing a trauma response versus supporting the processing of trauma while a client is within their "window of tolerance"
enhance your capacity to mindfully navigate your clients' processing of trauma via sensitive, experimental conversation both with and without breathwork
personally receive these practices so that you can then utilize them from a place of experience with clients
The total hours of training (50 hours) include one 5-day module (36 hours), a minimum of 12 hours of home studies and practice, and one 2-hour web group consult.
It is also highly recommended that during this time of study students also receive a minimum of five facilitated therapeutic sessions from a professional that specializes in the field of trauma therapy.
9am to 6pm, Wednesday - Sunday
**Note: Training schedules may vary by event. An updated training schedule will be sent out to registrants with course logistics approximately one month prior to the training.**
Training Cost: $895 + taxes
Completion of Level 4 Nūma Breathwork Facilitator training.