NICABM – How to Work with the Part of Trauma That Your Patient Can’t Verbalize
How to Work with the Part of Trauma That Your Patient Can’t Verbalize
We can’t help our patients fully recover from trauma if we don’t treat the unspoken part of their experience.
But how can we treat what our patients can’t verbalize?
Peter Levine, PhD has been at the forefront of developing strategies for working with the unspoken voice of trauma.
That’s why we’re bringing you this short, focused course (at a discount) . . .
How to Work with the Part of Trauma That Can’t Be Verbalized
Peter Levine, PhD
- Why Memory May Not Be Necessary for Patients to Heal from Trauma
- The SIBAM Method: Five Steps to Help Patients Track Trauma in Their Bodies
- How Body Awareness Can Help You Detect and Treat What Your Patient Can’t Verbalize
- One Practice to Help Clients Contain Feelings and Sensations
- How a Sense of Aliveness and Vitality Promotes Healing from Trauma
Peter will guide you through an approach you can use to observe and read your patients’ body signals following trauma. You’ll also get strategies to help clients contain emotions and sensations so they can reclaim a sense of safety.
Plus, we’ve layered this course with practical tools you can use to fully integrate Peter’s teaching into your work.