SP in Action! AEST
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
in Action!
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Australian Eastern Time 

Pat Ogden, PhD, Tilly Rodrigues, PhD, MA Psych, and Natajsa Wagner, MA Psych, CP, and Organizer for SPI in Australia, explore the role of the body in trauma treatment and share video footage of a consultation session illustrating a Sensorimotor Psychotherapy approach to body distortion symptoms, preverbal trauma, and early attachment disruption.  
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Why Sensorimotor Psychotherapy?   
Trauma first and foremost leaves its imprint on the body, yet, for many reasons, the body has historically been omitted from therapeutic inquiry. SP can help clients release the hold and effects of traumatic experiences, and draw upon the wisdom of their bodies in ways that enrich their lives.  
 Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) actively incorporates awareness of the body into clinical practice, targeting the habits of physical action, autonomic dysregulation, and posture. By addressing the physical, as well as the psychological effects of adverse experience on mind and body, SP supports a deep and unified approach to healing. Go beyond theories and gain practical ways to open a new dimension for effective therapy...in person or online!  
About Pat Ogden
Clinician, consultant, author, international lecturer and pioneer of somatic psychology, Pat Ogden PhD is the creator of the SP method, and Founder and Education Director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute. A leading light in working with the body to resolve trauma, Pat is fluent in a variety of somatic and psychotherapeutic approaches, with over 45 years’ experience working with individuals and groups. SP training and courses are now available all over the world. 
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