SP Interventions for Trauma & Relational Strife
Join Dr. Pat Ogden and Dr. Mason A. Sommers as they examine how the body’s patterns forecast the future, and are indicators of past adaptations to traumas and attachment figures. Implicit predictions and expectations of ourselves, others, and the world around us are reflected in autonomic arousal, movement and posture of the body.
Words are Not Enough: Sensorimotor Interventions for Suicidality among Adults, Adolescents and Children
Dr. Pat Ogden & Dr. Bonnie Goldstein invite you to discover the significance of the “somatic narrative” as a critical factor in suicidality, helplessness, hopelessness and despair. Join them for this FREE webinar with 2CEs complimentary from Lifespan Learning Institute.
Why Sensorimotor Psychotherapy?
Listen in as SP Pioneer, Dr. Pat Ogden, and SP Faculty, Kelly Callahan discuss their Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) journey and how it has compared to other somatic modalities. Discover how SP’s comprehensive approach with embedded relational mindfulness deepened their approach to psychotherapy and transformed their practice.
Building Resilience in Times of War, Violence and Other Traumatic Events
In light of recent and ongoing humanitarian crises, we are offering complimentary access to Building Resilience in Times of War, Violence, and Other Traumatic Events hosted by SP Founder, Dr. Pat Ogden and SP Faculty, Dr. Rebeca Farca.
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How does SP shape your work?
Founding SPI trainer, Kekuni Minton, PhD describes how each person has their own guiding intelligence and how therapists can help people delve into their client’s organization of experience and help them better understand the impacts. Listen in as he offers his personal insights on the question, “how does SP shape your work?”
What People Are Saying
Weaving Sensorimotor Psychotherapy theory and practice into psychodynamic or cognitive-behavioral models of therapy, including EMDR and exposure treatments, helps unify the body and mind in the treatment of trauma. Moreover, this work can be effectively used as an adjunct to already existing psychotherapeutic modalities.
– Daniel J. Siegel, MD, author of The Developing Mind: How Relationships and the Brain Interact to Shape Who We Are
Since re-living of trauma often occurs in the form of physical sensations…learning how to manage and uncouple physical sensations from trauma-based emotions has emerged as one of the essential aspects of the effective treatment of PTSD. Pat Ogden (originator of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy) is the undisputed master of teaching clinicians how to work with physical sensation to help people beyond their trauma. For me, her work has opened up a whole new dimension of effective therapy.
– Bessel A. van der Kolk, MD, author of Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on Mind, Body and Society