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REGISTER HERE: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/b231a60c257420747c24e00bf0acd2b8

Join us for a lively and informative evening with Anne Isaacs, LCSW and Joel Isaacs, Ph.D., who will be talking about how understanding the psychological functions of muscles makes verbal psychotherapy more efficient and effective. As opposed to traumatic experiences, which are imprinted primarily in the autonomic nervous system, the Bodynamic model describes how all the lesser but cumulative developmental disruptions are imprinted mostly in the voluntary nervous system, the related muscles, and the mind. This refined therapy offers precise yet simple interventions for resolving your clients’ current issues, leaving them more resourced, with new psychological abilities.

Bodynamics is praised by Raja Selvam, PhD, Senior Somatic Experiencing Trainer as “probably the most body-oriented and comprehensive developmental psychology and character structure model there is”. Babette Rothschild, author of “The Body Remembers: The Psychophysiology of Trauma and Trauma Treatment”, has described Bodynamics as: “the most sensible, comprehensive, easily applicable and accessible personality theory that I have ever encountered.”

Bodynamics was developed from empirical research in Denmark over 25 years ago. This 17-day training is offered across North America by the Isaacs, who continue to develop and innovate this important work and its teaching. The webinar will introduce you to the use of Bodynamics, including some enlightening case studies and an overview of the training, for which CEU’s can be earned.

For more information please visit: www.bodynamicusa.com

Healing Developmental Disruptions: Experience the Precision of Bodynamic Therapy by learning to use the body to support verbal therapy

Evening Intro: (Sept 9, 2016 6:30pm – 8:30pm) Free

During this talk we’ll focus on the Autonomy Stage of Development; 8 months to 2.5 years of age. We’ll demonstrate how disruption during this stage creates a fear of commitment and dependency on others. We’ll demonstrate how to work with specific muscles to transform this internal experience. This can create an immediate sense of curiosity, joy, and creativity, typical of a healthy child at this age.

The presentation will include didactic and experiential work with time for questions.

One-day Workshop: (Sept 10, 2016 9:00am – 5:00pm) $75

Exploring the impact on adult behavior of disruptions in the Will Structure Stage, ages 2-4 years.

We will explore related developmental movements, and how the muscles involved hold needed resources for the resolution of therapeutic issues. We will offer demonstration sessions. Problems originating from this age include:

· Feeling overly responsible

· Blaming others

· Being stuck in a victim role

· Problems with planning

· Fear of your own power

Registration & Tickets: https://www.picatic.com/BodynamicSFbay

Full training begins October 20, 2016

About Bodynamics:

Bodynamics is a precise and practical approach to working with the body to make verbal psychotherapy more efficient and effective. This somatic therapy enables the practitioner to make precise interventions related to the developmental origins of your clients’ current problems.

Based on a wealth of empirical research the Bodynamics model describes how non-traumatic developmental disruptions are encoded in both mind and body. Bodynamic trainees learn to use specific muscles to build somatic resources that will guide, extend, and contain verbal therapy. This precision aids clients to sense new psychological competencies, resolve issues sooner, and integrate these changes directly into their lives.

Learning Bodynamics also sensitizes you to the themes of the developmental stages around which relationships and psychological development take place. Building your relationship with a client around these themes will greatly facilitate your ability to heal attachment disruptions.

More info at: www.bodynamicusa.com

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