Helping Clients Survive the Experience of Fear and Threat
led by SPI senior faculty Janina Fisher, PhD
In a climate of fear and social isolation, therapists are suddenly being asked to help clients deal with the imminent threat of a deadly disease without the person-to-person contact they value as the heart and soul of psychotherapy. To be alone and dysregulated in a dangerous world is not only frightening but also triggering for many clients. We will demonstrate ways of using Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in online and tele-therapy to meet the challenges of helping clients in a time of shared crisis.
Differentiate the effects of here-and-now threat from body-based implicit memories of danger with:
- 3 hours of teaching from Dr. Janina Fisher
- Recorded video with printable slide handout and transcripts you can download