Hakomi Workshop

Attending to Vicarious Trauma & PTSD: A Mindful Somatic Approach for Human Services Personnel

A two-day workshop with Aladdin Jones, Certified Hakomi Teacher

PERTH: Sat 14 Jul—Sun 15 Jul 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This workshop will be invaluable for: psychologists, therapists, social workers, teachers, police, lawyers, doctors & nurses and others working in the helping professions.

Stress and vicarious trauma can build silently and erode our capacity to access our deepest inner resources. In a safe and experiential environment, this workshop will provide skills and tools:

  • to strengthen ways of resourcing and choices in moments of stress and vicarious trauma
  • to understand the dynamics which create vicarious trauma and PTSD
  • as a healthy platform for self care and self awareness
  • to increase our capacity to stay in relationship with those involved
  • to develop mindful, heartfelt curiosity about what is triggered by situations, narratives and systems
  • to recognise, track and respond to body /somatic signals in yourself and in another (dual awareness)
  • to increase awareness of inter-personal boundary styles, dynamics and systems.
  • to develop your capacity for embodied mindfulness, and how to be grounded in the face of stress and trauma
  • to deepen your capacity for listening beneath the narrative.

Specific areas covered in this training are:

  • Attending to Vicarious Trauma & PTSD
  • Trauma Resilience
  • Mindful Heartful Presence
  • Resourcing
  • Somatic Mapping and Inquiry.
  • Boundaries
  • System Dynamics & Co-regulation
  • Centering amidst Chaos
  • Integration & Restoration
  • Neuroplasticity in Action

Date and Times:
Saturday 14 July:    9.00am — 5.30pm
Sunday 15 July:      9.00am  —  3.30pm

Professional Development
13 CPD Hours

Investment
$445 Early Bird (paid by 22 June). $495 Thereafter.
No cancellations or refunds after 7 July
Includes lunches and morning and afternoon teas.

Venue
Harvard Room, Trinity on Hampden
230 Hampden Road, Crawley, 6009

Parking:
There are ample free parking bays in the courtyard to the right of the entrance on Hampden Road.