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HWS Dissociation Masterclass

Healing the Whole Self: Part 1(Live Virtual) April, 2024

$265

with Sarah Jenkins

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 12, 2024

PART 1: Healing the Whole Self (Two Live Online Events)

Must attend both events, live. No partial credits

Friday, April 12th, 2024 (1-4:30 PM Arizona Time)

Friday, April 19th, 2024 (1-4:30 PM Arizona Time)

​This event does SELL OUT. 

(7 EMDRIA Credits For EMDRIA Approved EMDR Therapists

$265 After Friday, March 1st, 2024 

This live online workshop will provide attendees with an introduction to the treatment of complex developmental trauma and dissociation. A highly interactive and engaging training, participants will learn via live demonstrations, case studies, videos, interactive activities, and didactic discussion. Attendees will be provided an introduction to structural dissociation theory as well as specific "how-to" methods for addressing complex trauma.

This Healing the Whole Self master class material is currently divided into a Part I and Part II format. 

This Healing The Whole Self Part 1 live online workshop will provide attendees with an introduction to the treatment of complex developmental trauma and dissociation. A highly interactive and engaging training, participants will learn via live demonstrations, case studies, videos, interactive activities, and didactic discussion. Attendees will be provided and introduction to structural dissociation theory as well as specific "how-to" methods for addressing complex trauma.

Healing the Whole Self Part I is divided into two 3.5 hour online events, with a week in betwen, to support your integration of the material. 

Whether a seasoned EMDR therapist, or one who is recently trained, we all know that clients with complex developmental trauma disorders don’t necessarily “fit the mold.” Perhaps we find ourselves feeling “stuck” with these challenging cases, wondering why the EMDR Standard Protocol isn’t “working,” baffled by why a client destabilizes, and needing extra clinical support. It is not that the EMDR standard protocol doesn’t “work,” it is actually that with complex trauma, there is a dissociative process in place that must be treated, first. 

Clinicians will experience themselves as being “held” via the structure of the curriculum. As a result, clinicians can further conceptualize their clinical cases, integrate and apply what is learned through the lens of Structural Dissociation Theory and EMDR therapy, and deepen their understanding of structural dissociation in a supportive community of shared learning.





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