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EACH PARTY OF THE CONFERENCE HAS POSSIBILITY TO CHOOSE UP TO 3 WORKSHOPS – 2 WORKSHOPS ON SUNDAY AND 1 ON MONDAY
The number of places for particular workshops is limited, the “first come first served” principle is applied, based on filling in the application form and paying for the conference).
When making your choice, please check the workshop hours so that they do not overlap.
The workshops run in English will be translated into Polish-consecutive interpretation.
SCHEDULE OF WORKSHOPS
descriptions of the workshops
Guide workshop – Marianne Bentzen
Levels of insight – in yourself & in your client
Most psychotherapy systems are built to help people change by getting new insights about themselves and their relationships. In fact, conscious personality change can only happen through discoveries, insights and decisions.
In this workshop, participants will explore their strengths and weaknesses in their own three levels of insight: embodiment, symbolization and verbal mentalization.
Based on personal findings and, if time allows, a case example, we will look at how to develop healthier and more mature capacities for insight and personality growth.
GUIDE WORKSHOP – GRZEGORZ Pawłowski
GUIDE WORKSHOP – RACHPORN SANGKASAAD TAAL
Find your most resourceful and powerful resource state on a somatic level to strengthening the Self
GUIDE WORKSHOP – MINNIE JEANNE LOUBSER
TITLE: EYE MOVEMENT INTEGRATION (EMI), SOMATIC EXPERIENCING (SE) and EGO STATE THERAPY (EST) AS PARTNERS IN THE RAPID AND EFFECTIVE HEALING OF TRAUMA
AIM: To introduce Eye Movement Integration (EMI and to demonstrate how powerful the combined use of EMI, Somatic Experiencing (SE) and Ego State Therapy (EST) is, for rapid brain-mind-body healing from Trauma.
FOCUS: EMI, SE, and EST when combined, create a powerful and unique synergy to facilitate complete and rapid healing from trauma.
Since eye work has been introduced into SE, it may be important for SE practitioners and body psychotherapists, to learn about EMI, (Andreas,1989; Beaulieu, 2003) a very innovative and powerful modality working with eye movements. During EMI, as in EMDR, guided eye movements are used. However, in contrast to the rapid eye movements (REM) used in EMDR, in EMI slow, guided smooth pursuit eye movements (SPEM) are used across the entire visual field of the client. This facilitates access to the fragmented traumatic memories, with all the sensory, affective and somatic information connected to them. The client also starts to access memories, experiences, insights and resources from other aspects of his life, thus integrating the traumatic memories into a wider, healthier context. This process helps to shift the trauma from present tense memory into past tense memory. Clients report that they experience EMI as a more respectful and kinder form of the use of eye movements in the healing of trauma.
During EMI the somatic/body memories are also automatically accessed and the discharge of the bound energy from the incomplete somatic responses can be facilitated. This process helps the brain-mind-body system, find a very rapid and effective way to self-healing.
GUIDE WORKSHOP – IZABELA GUZEK
GUIDE WORKSHOP – JACEK PANSTER
GUIDE WORKSHOP – ANNA ZUBRZYCKI
The heart of Mindfulness
GUIDE WORKSHOP – JACEK PASZKOWSKI
GUIDE WORKSHOP – AGNIESZKA KLIMEK
Time of role, norm and social role model crisis confronts us with the unknown. Going beyond professional, family and individual roles opens us to new possibilities. It can also evoke a sense of threat. It can evoke fear and wake up old monsters. One might need a lot of humanity, ability to listen, feel and accompany.
It could be a beginning of a new sensing community, #felt sense community. Focusing and finding one’s own #feltsense can be what is the most supportive for each of us. As individuals and as people functioning in communities. We invite you to experience “felt sense”.