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Webinar: SEGAN The Sensory Mosaic of Healing: A Portal Into Transformation – The Client, The Attuned Therapist, The Experience, and The Tool – A Course For Trauma Therapists 10/3/2021 – 10/7/2021
October 3, 2021 - October 7, 2021$380.00
DATES: 10/3/2021 TO 10/7/2021
This Online Webinar will be recorded for those who cannot attend live via Zoom.
11:00 AM – 1:30 PM MTN Time
COST: $380 USD
This workshop is designed to educate practitioners working in the trauma spectrum on how to integrate the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) created by Dr. Stephen Porges as a preparatory and/or intervention tool for treating complex trauma, wounds of attachment, addictions, and other emotional and physical conditions related to Autonomic Dysregulation.
We will be discussing applications of the SSP among pediatrics, couples, individuals, and family systems. The SSP prepares the nervous system to respond to the ‘Essence of Safety’ (Neuroception). The SSP utilizes algorithms that progressively kindles the natural biological rhythms of homeostasis in the Nervous System.
The SEGAN MODEL will allow the client and therapist to develop a narrative that supports the essence of a felt sense-based intention that integrates the implicit memory, thereby guiding each individual to create their own Mosaic of Healing.
When adopting the SEGAN MODEL (Sensation, Emotion, Gesture in colors, Action, and Narrative), the listening sessions are supported by artistic and creative activities and gestures that encourage expression, embodiment, coherence, and empowerment.
This model applies the integration of our life patterns. It correlates each hour of the SSP to a deeper relationship and organization of the “I.” It supports the somatic “bottom-up” approach of creating the opportunity for the arousal shift, inviting intuition, imagination, curiosity, and connection to the “here and now.” This inspirational process is a dynamic rhythmical healing co-creation that is accessed by one’s capacity to “Feel and Be in the present moment.” By embracing the 12 Human Senses, one will have a direct experience with the inner Self; therefore, able to mobilize forces of healing. It applies the principles of Salutogenesis by fostering coherence and promoting orientation, therefore creating empowerment towards the awakening of one’s own healing forces.
We will be exploring the somatic, emotional, and creative elements of a journey that encompasses a trajectory that is similar to the crossing of the “Eye of the Needle.” By establishing an intention and allowing its natural unfolding (effortless), the client begins the process. Thus, the listening days are portrayed as a “Sacred Journey.”
You may implement this simple yet potent model in various settings, including therapy offices, hospitals, residential facilities, outdoors, home, trauma centers, and community.
As a participant in this webinar, you will be able to create your own “Mosaic of Healing” and experience your life narrative in a new inspirational, and transformational way. During this webinar, you will have the opportunity to compose your personal journey in a “fabric of poetry and art.” No previous experience with expressive arts is required in order for you to attend this webinar.
A listening cohort of the SSP listening hours following the SEGAN Model will be offered during the month of October. Webinar participants that are interested in experiencing this process themselves will be invited to register. Costs and dates will be discussed during the course.
- Name and describe the stages of the SSP when treating trauma
- Learn therapeutic activities utilized in the SEGAN The Sensory Mosaic of Healing model (developed by Ana do Valle) for tracking your client’s healing journey
- Participate in an experiential process that will support your learning and understanding of this model
ADDITIONAL SOMATIC EXPERIENCING / SSP GROUP CONSULTATION
ALL LEVELS: 10/11/2021 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM MDT
SE CREDITS OFFERED
Ana do Valle. Ana is a licensed and registered mental health occupational therapist who has been working and practicing in the field of trauma and self-coregulation for the past 38 years. She has been teaching the SEGAN model since 2017 in the US, Norway, and Israel.
She has been a featured guest speaker at the Pre-Conference at the International Trauma Conference sponsored by Bessel Van der kolk in Boston in 2019. She also has also presented the SEGAN model at the International Safe and Sound Protocol gathering in Atlantic Beach, Florida in 2019.
In addition, Ana is an approved Somatic Experiencing Practitioner Consultant for all levels of students undergoing the three-year graduate SEP (Somatic Experiencing Practitioner) training. She is a Member of the Clinical Advisory Team (CAT) for Unyte, providing quarterly webinars to all practitioners utilizing the Focus System and the SSP, also supporting general program development.
Ana is a graduate of the 3-Year Program offered through the Anthroposophic Psychology training in 2016. And, is certified in Sensory Integration.
For the past three decades Ana has been working with the First Nation in the US, Alaska, and Brazil on the subject of early childhood education, trauma prevention, and healing. This collaboration is on addressing emotional and behavioral dysregulation, addictions, wounds of attachment, and trauma fragmentation.
She holds a private practice, Soma Healing Center in Boulder CO, running an anthroposophical inspired trauma recovery clinic applying Somatic Experiencing, Brain Spotting and Sensory Integration techniques.
Ana works with children, adults, couples and families implementing the SEGAN model with the Safe and Sound Protocol.
Kathleen Thompson. Kathleen has a lifelong learning path including environmental sciences, psychology, theology and mythology at the Ph.D level. Kathleen is a certified Waldorf/Steiner educator, specializing in curative education. She is certified as a New Adult Learning educator and works as a Career Development Practitioner: advising organizations for development of holistic employee support programs and coaching individuals about meaningful employment training for both getting a job and keeping a job. She helps parents (as a certified Simplicity Parenting coach and counselor), educators, local government and business professionals learn how to story their lives as if soul and spirit matter by including artistic expression. Kathleen also serves on the Board of the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP). Most of Kathleen’s work has been empowering First Nations in Alberta and Saskatchewan since 1973 in the economic, cultural and rights spheres.
Amy Bjorkman, PhD. I am a Licensed Psychologist with a private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona. I specialize in adult psychotherapy and the treatment of trauma, eating disorders, depression/mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship and family-of-origin issues, abuse and related issues.
I have been active in the fields of psychology and mental health for over 20 years, obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Missouri State University, and my Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Counseling Psychology from Arizona State University. I received advanced specialty training in eating disorders during my APA-accredited internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the university counseling center at Arizona State University. I have advanced training in Somatic Experiencing® trauma resolution. I am a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator (CDWF), as well as a certified facilitator of the Safe and Sound Protocol. I also obtained Level II EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy) certification from the EMDR Institute.
As a psychologist, I integrate a variety of treatment approaches while working collaboratively with my clients to develop skills that will improve their quality of life. My goal is help clients feel empowered by discovering their true potential in the healing process. My style is direct, compassionate and sometimes humorous within a professional and relaxed atmosphere. For More about Dr. Bjorkman, visit her website at: https://dramybjorkman.com/
Bonnie Colby, PhD. Meditation teacher & Professor, University of Arizona. Bonnie Colby became intrigued with the nervous system through observing effects on group problem solving over decades of work on cross-cultural water and environmental conflicts. She has authored dozens of journal articles and seven books, provided invited testimony to the U.S. Congress and taught at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Dr. Colby participates in research exploring effects of meditation and other nervous system interventions on personal and social well-being, and serves as faculty advisor for meditation research projects.
Bonnie has taught meditation for 18 years, offering classes for University of Arizona Campus Health, College of Medicine and Honors College, Tucson Community Meditation Center, professional conferences and the broader public. Bonnie focuses on sensory awareness practices that assist in nervous system regulation and has a background in Continuum restorative movement. She is certified in Dr. Stephen Porge’s Safe & Sound Protocol and active in learning and teaching real-time practices to address stress. Dr. Colby is a trauma-informed meditation teacher, with extensive training from the Institute of Applied Meditation, Unified Mindfulness and other meditation teacher training organizations. She lives in Tucson with her husband, Ted Weinert. They have five adult sons and three grandchildren.
What to Bring for this Experiential Webinar:
- 60 inch long silk scarf
- Nine pictures from birth to current age illustrating your life span. If you do not have pictures, small objects you have collected in your life can replace them.
- Twelve small crystals (for stacking). If you wish to select your crystals based on the crystal’s spiritual meaning, there are many websites that offer this. An example is: https://crystalearthspirit.com/pages/crystal-meanings
- Cafeteria-type tray filled with play sand
- Two copper balls or pellets that can fit in the palm of your hand
- Beeswax. Suggested: Stockmar modeling beeswax which can be found online
- Soft chalk pastels (not oil) and pastels paper (Honsell Gallery Artist’s hand-rolled – MUNGVO)
- Four copper rods approximately 76 cm (29.9 inches) length and 1.3 cm (0.5 inches) diameter
- 4 caps (0.5 inches) which will be used to hold in the sand inside the copper rods
- 4 cups of sand
- Uriel Aurum Lavender Rose Cream which can be ordered online at:
- Uriel Pharmacy at: https://shopuriel.com/product/aurum-lavender-rose-cream/ or by calling (866) 642-2858
- Rudolf Steiner College Bookstore at: https://rscbookstore.com/products/uriel-aurum-lavender-rose-cream
- Acupressure Spiky Sensory Finger Ring which can be bought online
- A blindfold
- A bag of rice (2 kilos) inside your favorite pillowcase
- A soft and texturized mat for your feet
- A picture of your favorite place
- Large play-silk big enough for you to hide under it