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DATE(S): 2/21/20 – 2/24/20
LOCATION: Portland, OR
PRESENTER(S): Kathy L. Kain & Stephen Terrell, PsyD, SEP 
DATE(S): 3/6/20 – 3/9/20
LOCATION: Corte Madera, CA
PRESENTER(S): Kathy L. Kain & Stephen Terrell, PsyD, SEP 
DATE(S): 2/19/21 – 2/22/21
LOCATION: Seattle, WA
PRESENTER(S): Kathy L. Kain & Stephen Terrell, PsyD, SEP 
DATE(S): 2/27/21 – 2/28/21
LOCATION: Vancouver, BC
PRESENTER(S): Kathy L. Kain & Stephen Terrell, PsyD, SEP 
DATE(S): 5/21/21 – 5/24/21
LOCATION: Seattle, WA
PRESENTER(S): Kathy L. Kain & Stephen Terrell, PsyD, SEP 
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Course Information

Somatic Resilience and Regulation: Early Trauma: Module 2

A somatic approach to supporting recovery from developmental trauma

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Presenter

Steve Terrell is a single adoptive parent of two children, living and practicing in Austin, Texas. Steve specializes in Attachment and Developmental Trauma Therapies. He has fully integrated touch work into his practice, which focuses on children and adults who have been affected by early trauma. He is a recognized leader in his work with adopted children and their families (both domestic and international). He combines his training in Neurosequential Development, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Play Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Touch Skills Training for Trauma Therapists, Reality Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization (EMDR). He has also worked with first responders, and is trained in Trauma First Aid. Steve is a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops on attachment-related issues, and the neurobiology of trauma.
 

Module 2

  • Auto-regulation, co-regulation and self-regulation
  • Closer look at Anxious and Avoidant attachment patterns and their relationship to regulation and survival response
  • Introduction to neurosequential development in developmental trauma
  • Window of Tolerance, and the “Faux Window” management strategies commonly used
  • Adaptive/maladaptive responses: threat response behaviors (immobilization, mobilization, social communication or engagement, submission), physiological dysregulation
  • ACE study: indications of dysregulation and lack of resilience
  • Understanding when social engagement is too much for your client
  • Applying somatic approaches to the repair of shame
  • Introduction to working somatically with low tone physiology (dorsal system)
  • Supporting increased regulation and capacity for social engagement/bonding