somatic psychotherapy dreambody training

Learn to work with the body as a channel for the unconscious

 

Skills and attitudes for working with the client’s emergent somatic process

 

Work with dreaming as an ongoing process, not just a nighttime phenomenon

The Somatic Psychotherapy Dreambody Training program course is a highly experiential training program for practitioners working in counselling, psychology, social work, psychotherapy and psychiatry.

It is specifically for those wanting to develop skills for working in a deeply experiential, subjective, and phenomenological way that follows the unique change process of the client, as opposed to an externally imposed program of change, while also deepening their own self-knowledge and relationship to their own process of growth and change.

In particular, the course will be of interest to practitioners wanting to work with the meaningful processes within body symptoms experienced by their clients, and the ways in which these connect with nighttime dreams.

This course is designed to help clinicians go confidently beyond talk-therapy to help their clients find the rich meaning and wholeness encoded in their aches, pains, and illnesses.

2020 DATES

5-7 June, 24-26 July, 18-20 September, 6-8 November.

LOCATION

The training seminars are conducted in Randwick, Sydney.

FEES & PAYMENTS

Fees range from from $3,430-$4,570, including early bird, group (2+), work-study, and ANZPOP Alumni discounted rates – payment plans available. See the Course Prospectus for full details.

ATTEND AN ONLINE INFORMATION SESSION

Meet the course architect and lead trainer Dr Silvia Camstral and find out all about the course.

ANZPOP acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, Torres Strait Islander, and Maori peoples. We pay respect to their elders past, present and future. We give thanks for the wisdom of these peoples that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience and spirit of traditional peoples in the face of the devastating impact colonisation has had and continues to have on their culture, wellbeing, and sovereignty.