SERTIP: SomatoEmotional Release Technique: Mastering the Inner Physician
SERTIP March 10-13, 2022 Hartford, Connecticut
THIS COURSE WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 10-13, 2020.
This course integrates CST with what Carl Jung called "active imagination" - a way to bridge the gap between the non-conscious and the conscious. Along with imagery and conversation, active imagination can include dream work and art. All of these things can go a long way in helping you to know yourself better and in so doing, know how to help your client better.
This class will focus on combining various Gestalt techniques from Fritz Perls, with Roberto Assagioli's Psychosynthesis ideas. You will learn how to actually become the objects that appear in your personal sessions, to recognize the foreground and background in a given scenario, to become more aware of being in the here and now. Most importantly, this experiential approach will help you identify and explore your various inner characters or "subpersonalities".
Discovering and integrating the various characters that live within us can be vital in helping us become more authentic, understanding human beings. As course developer Stan Gerome has said many times throughout the years. "The most valuable tool a therapist can bring to a session is a more integrated therapist".
Download and complete a handy preparation checklist here: https://iahedisk.synology.me:7456/sharing/taLwNDbXg
COMPLETE AND BRING WITH YOU TO CLASS. Your SERTIP teacher will ask for it on the first morning of class.
As a student transitioning into SomatoEmotional Release Technique: Mastering the Inner Physician (SERTIP), prior to SERTIP attendance, it is highly recommended that you:
~Continue practicing arcing for energy cysts - arc at the beginning of every session
~Continue practicing regional tissue release of energy cysts, with SD
~Continue using whole body evaluation and treatment in your treatment sessions
~Continue using and receiving mouth work protocols
~Give 5 or more sessions that incorporate dialoguing
~Receive 5 or more sessions that incorporate dialoguing, you can find therapists at upledger.com
To complement the material that will be presented in the workshop, it is recommended that students review the SomatoEmotional Release study guide and read Psychosynthesis by Roberto Assagioli M.D., The Act of Will by Roberto Assagioli M.D. and Owning Your Own Shadow by Robert A. Johnson.
Your preparation and your participation are both very important. Your attendance is necessary during lab and lecture.
These recommendations have been prepared by the Upledger Institute Faculty after decades of experience in teaching CranioSacral Therapy. These guidelines will help ensure that you will be well prepared to get the most benefit in your next step of training. Preparation and practice time will lead to more confidence, deeper learning in class, and better outcomes for your patients.
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