Somatic Integration Processing (SIP) as a tool in accurate case conceptualisation
Date: 31st March 2023
Time : 8.30am – 12.30pm
Cost : Early bird $250 (+GST), after 1 March $275 (+GST)
In this workshop:
This is the introductory overview of therapeutic case conceptualization and its relevance to EMDR Therapy. Somatic Integration Processing is introduced as a tool to support an accurate case conceptualization.
You will receive your training link a few days before the date of the workshop.
Jen Savage (host of Notice That and Beyond Trauma podcasts) and Bridger Falkenstein (host of Beyond Trauma, Notice That and The Evidence Based Therapist)
This is the introductory overview of therapeutic case conceptualization and its relevance to EMDR Therapy. Somatic Integration and Processing is introduced as a tool to support an accurate case conceptualization. SIP is an interpersonal neurobiology-based conceptualization tool that uses psychodynamic neurodevelopmental theory, adaptive information processing (AIP) and memory reconsolidation, and nervous system informed somatic psychology to assist clinicians in their ability to understand, interpret, and utilize diagnostic bio/psycho/social/cultural information about their clients. A holistic and detail-oriented case conceptualization tool can be used for tracking session goals and therapeutic targets, manoeuvring through any processing issues through understanding their psychodynamic origins, and it can even be used to track an entire therapeutic process from start to finish.
1. Establish a thorough understanding of case conceptualization and the impact that it has on the success and safety of a client in EMDR Therapy
2. Increase conceptualization skills with an emphasis on interpreting symptoms and behaviour through a developmental and nervous system informed perspective
3. Teach participants a clinical approach to case conceptualization that is trauma informed and focused on the impact of past experience on present behaviour, while also identifying and addressing barriers to the therapeutic process
4. Increase the therapist’s awareness of the relational impact of trauma and the opportunity of the therapeutic alliance to be a disconfirming experience throughout all phases of EMDR Therapy