As therapists, trauma informs much of our work. Many of our clients go through life events that might be experienced as traumatic. Although traumatic events can be hugely varied in terms of intensity of the experience and the support (or lack of support) afterwards, their impact on one’s life is undeniable.
Following her successful talk on "Post Traumatic Strength: Changing The Lens When Working With Trauma" and demand for another workshop on the topic, Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari presented more techniques for self regulation. In this recording Kalanit discusses the signs for therapists to look out for so that they are aware of when self regulations are needed for themselves as well as the client and when other therapeutic interventions might be appropriate. This experiential talk and workshop is suitable for both therapists who attended the first talk as well as for those who were unable to attend.
In this workshop Kalanit demonstrates and describes more that 10 self- regulations techniques that you can use for your own personal needs or with clients.
Kalanit's approach is based on two decades of working as a therapist and with several integrative models. Attendees will gain a resource of practical knowledge to help support and empower their clients within the therapy room and beyond.
In the last section you will also find a resources page with further reading and clips.
By purchasing this course you will gain 30 days access to this recording.
About this online recording
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Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari is the Chair of Imago Relationship Therapy UK, author, trainer, supervisor, and advanced couples therapist for almost two decades. She is an Associate member of the Imago International Training Institute and author of two books: Small Steps to Great Parenting: An Essential Guide for Busy Families, and children's book The Lost Book.
Kalanit is an international speaker who facilitates training around the world and online and she is also a certified Brainspotting and Neurofeedback therapist.
Kalanit gained a BA and an MA in Clinical Social Work, specialising in Clinical Child Development, at the University of Haifa, Israel and a Doctorate in Psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. Her main research area was the influence of psychological processes and childhood experiences on adult romantic relationships.