Sensorimotor Psychotherapy – Combating Shame
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy – A body-centered approach, for developmental and event trauma is an amazing tool for clinicians.
Janina Fisher along with Pat Ogden wrote Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment.
With the development of sensorimotor psychotherapy, a client is able to examine how past traumatic experiences are affecting them somatically.
This form of trauma treatment addresses physical symptoms, especially those of a dissociative nature such as bodily anesthesia or motor inhibitions, which can cause difficulties in emotion regulation, cognitions, and daily functioning.
By paying attention to the connection between client’s dissociations from their bodies and their psychological concerns.
Janina Fisher PhD will be presenting a series of two-day workshops in which participants will learn how to assess and make sense of trauma-based symptoms and how to apply neurobiologically informed treatment techniques in clinical practice.