Curriculum Year 3: 2017-2018

2017 – 2018 SCHEDULE

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YEAR THREE is — INTENSIVE SUPERVISION, BUILDING A VITAL PRACTICE, A HOLISTIC AND PROFESSIONAL APPROACH 

tree2MODULE 1: CREATING TRUST FROM THE HEART – 14 CE Credits

Saturday October, 21, 2017 – Sunday, October 22, 2017.

Building Trust and Safety

• The first and last session

• Establishing a positive “yes” current

• Informed consent and introducing body therapy right off the bat

• Body Therapy in sessions number one to six

• Confronting the client’s mask

• Observing physical structure, muscular development, and posture

  • Review  valuable, intensive CORE ENERGETICS techniques
     SUPERVISION:  Communication,  Movement, and Timing.

• Verbal, nonverbal, and energetic techniques to go deeper

• Appropriate silence, authenticity, talk and body therapy in harmony

• Release the ego:  I/Thou process

• In-depth supervision

• Full Day of Group Supervision

 

tree3MODULE 2: Sexuality and Core Energetics: 14 CE Credits

Saturday, December  2, 2017 – Sunday December 3, 2017

  • Meeting the client’s sexual higher self
  • The pelvis in relationship to the rest of the body
  • Unification of the head, heart and pelvis
  • Balancing active and receptive sexual energies
  • Sexual transference in the therapy
  • Changing dysfunctional belief systems about sexuality
  •   Sexual Techniques and Character Structure

Supervision

Physical Armoring in the Body: How tp release It

• Chest and pelvis armor

• Facial armoring,  jaw, forehead,mouth, and eyes

• Lower self expression, involuntary muscle movements, and unburied aggression

Full Day of Group Supervision

tree1MODULE 3: The Core Energetics Group Therapy Practice 14 CE Credits

Saturday, January 19, 2018 – Sunday, January 20, 2018

 

  • How to be a Core Energetic group leader
  • The energy field in a group, increasing group energy
  • The meaning and use of the mandala
  • Using the group to work with transference and resistance
  • The individual process in a group process
  • Body work in group therapy
  • Revealing and penetrating the mask, the path to deepening the group process
  • Releasing and transforming the lower self in group therapy

SUPERVISION: Focus on Transference and Counter-Transference in a Group

  • How to  work with Transference in a group
  • Specialized body and energy healing  group techniques
  • Understand how energy shapes the group and vice versa

Full Day of Group Supervision

tree7MODULE 4: CORE ENERGETICS WORK WITH COUPLES – 14 CE Credits

Saturday, April 21, 2018 – Sunday, April 22, 2018

Core Energetic Couples Therapy
• Couples training for holistic therapists
  • The deeper aspects of love, sex and eros

 • Body readings for couples identify unconscious aspects of the relationship

• Treating resistance in a  relationship

• Balance giving and receiving energies

• Lack of trust, affairs, sexual anorexia, emotional abuse, and communications problems

• Release and transform the lower self

  • Move love to a deeper level, open hearts

• Power struggles, fairness, and anger  in relationships

SUPERVISION: Practice Sessions with Couples

• Approach couples with sensitivity, create safety

  •  Techniques and methods for couples work

• Gender issues, power struggles, and competition in a marriage

Full Day of Group Supervision

tree8MODULE 5:  SPIRITUALITYAND PHYSICAL HEALTH – 14 CE Credits

Saturday, May 19, 2018 – Sunday, May 20, 2018

  • Keeping the body vital and improving cellular health.

•Working with the body as a biological, physiological and anatomical structure.

  • Patients with disease, disabilities, and chronic pain
  • The aura in illness and health.
  • Energy flow and cosmic communication in  physical health.
  • The interplay between disease, emotion, prayer, and meditation
  • Teamwork with medical practitioners

SUPERVISION: The Relationship Between Spirituality, and Physical Health

• Take a health history of the client

• Sexual energy and physical health

• Energy healing

• What creates illness: Blocks and resistance in the body

  • Energy balancing and soft techniques
  • Regions of holding in the body

Full Day of Group Supervision

Sunlight and trees with green leaves, soft focus, lens flare, Osaka prefecture, JapanMODULE 6: MAINTAINING A VITAL, ETHICAL PRACTICE – 14 CE credits

Saturday, June 17, 2018 – Sunday, June 18, 2018

Establishing an Ethical Practice

• Confidentiality.

• Competence and informed consent-form

  • • Dual roles and appropriate boundaries

• Telecommunications, social media, and email

• Set sexual boundaries

  • Sexual violations

 

Diagnosis and Assessment: From Eating Disorders to OCD• The most common diagnoses seen by body therapists

  •  How diagnosis and character types relate
  • Diagnosis and appropriate techniques

Marketing Your Somatic, Body Centered Practice

• The context in which you work: inviting, accessible, private

• The power of social media

  •  Keeping your practice alive, vital, and safe

• The transparent therapist

 

SUPERVISION: Practice Sessions; •

• The effects of touch on the body

• The lower self and anger

• Limits of confidentiality  and the duty to warn

• What techniques are contraindicated

Full Day of Group Supervision

PRESENTATION OF FINAL PROJECTS: VIDEO OF A TWENTY MINUTE SESSION

GRADUATION- Third Year

Year 3: You receive a certificate of  Advanced Practice in Core Energetics and it allows you to apply to assist in future trainings. DOWNLOAD APPLICATION

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