[TEST] The Sensory Motor Matrix Webinar
Soma Healing Center
This Zoom Webinar is designed to educate practitioners working in the trauma spectrum on incorporating sensory-based techniques to promote embodiment and heal the nervous system. The exercises will be held in breakout rooms and demos will be conducted by the presenter.
WEBINAR INTRODUCTION VIDEO BY ANA DO VALLE ABOUT THE WEBINAR This Zoom Webinar is designed to educate practitioners working in the trauma spectrum on incorporating sensory-based techniques to promote embodiment and heal the nervous system. The exercises will be held in breakout rooms and demos will be conducted by the presenter. Sensory Processing inadequacies are the core of disruption in the integration, and meaning of sensory messages from all the body’s senses, impacting perception and the sense of Self. It is recognized as a major contributor to impaired self-regulation among children and adults. It is commonly present in behavioral disorders, including anxiety disorder, depression, addictions, posttraumatic stress disorder, ADHD, AFD, and learning disabilities. It represents the brain-based substrate for the development of the syndromes of Complex Trauma to include auto-immune disorders. It contributes to many poorly understood medical disorders (chronic pain, irritable bowel, sleeping disorders, etc.) This is a theoretical and experiential webinar. We will be exploring art, movement, poetry, and rhythmical activities. Case studies will be shared. We will be encouraging co-regulation and co-creation in the healing process. WEBINAR OBJECTIVES
- Learn the clinical implications of sensory processing when treating dysregulation and trauma
- Learn how to apply the Sensory Matrix Model for tracking and regulating the nervous system as it organizes and heals
- Learn how to use the SSP (Safe and Sound Protocol) for treating complex trauma – SEGAN model
Recovering from dysregulation and trauma through the power of the senses The client, the attuned therapist, the experience, and the tools A Zoom webinar for therapists, educators, mental health, anthroposophical community and medical professionals.