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Over the past year we have worked to create what we think is an amazing new offering that is only eligible to the graduates of the foundational Tapping out of Trauma (1.0) course that we have been teaching for the past five years. We have heard your requests for more training and paid attention to your feedback and our proud to deliver just that. We feel honored to be a part of supporting our tapping profession in continuing and deepening the trauma informed education and skillsets that make Trauma Informed Tapping Practitioners leaders in the world of somato-emotional transformational work.
Do you know:
The Tapping out of Trauma 2.0 Training Webinar (offered ONLY to graduates of Tapping out of Trauma 1.0) will:
BRING YOU the most cutting-edge specific trauma research & knowledge from the work of luminaries like Bessel Van der Kolk, Peter Levine, Pat Ogden, Stephen Porges, Babette Rothchild, Dan Siegel, Sharon Stanley and more. And cutting-edge knowledge from luminaires in the tapping field who specialize is specific aspects of working with trauma: Lori Leyden, PhD, Michael Reddy, PhD, Peta Stapleton, PhD, Sharon King, Alina Frank and of course – yours truly Craig Weiner, DC and Suzanne Fageol.
ENHANCE YOUR SKILLS as a tapping practitioner by teaching you which pertinent tapping techniques and complementary somatic regulation tips might be best used in a particular type of trauma to enhance your effectiveness in working with dissociation.
HELP YOU develop clearer guidelines for recognizing signs of early and latent trauma patterns and how to work with them.
PROVIDE YOU with a wealth of information on how to work with clients who present a specific signature trauma.
SHARE WITH YOU case studies and demos working with different types of trauma.
TEACH YOU how to recognize and work with specific trauma types.
Webinar Class Details:
This course is a unique webinar on advanced trauma education tailored specifically to the needs of the EFT/Tapping professional! This is MORE than just an on online reading course! It is a program that integrates instructional materials, technique instruction, interactive connection with the instructors, weekly homework to integrate new knowledge and somatic trauma release approaches to support your tapping practice.
Each Friday, for 6 consecutive weeks beginning Sept 17 you will be given access to both the trauma teaching module and a video interview or tapping demonstration for you to view on your own in preparation for the next week's live (and recorded) hour long discussion and question and answer period on a secure Zoom platform which will take place at 1 pm Seattle Pacific time.
Our private forum will enable you at any time to ask questions, share insights and bring case studies for us to consider best practices.
What are all the Things You Get?
Six video interviews and tapping demonstrations with our trauma experts.
Six webinar video classes (available 24/7 for viewing at your convenience) with private password entry.
Six live Q & A classes.
All classes remain viewable on the site for 8 weeks (until 2 weeks after the final class is broadcast).
Supporting course materials includes video interviews from top tapping instructors and researchers and two pre-recorded demos plus articles and books.
A website based forum personally monitored with individualized instructor feedback and support.
PDFs of all PowerPoint slides.
A Certificate of Course Completion is provided after successful passing of the course examination.
Module 1: Physical / Medical / Dental Trauma (video materials released for access on Friday, Sept 17 and LIVE Q and A/Discussion on Wed. Sept 22 at 1-2 pm Pacific)
Module 2: Perinatal and Birth Trauma (video materials released for access on Friday, Sept 24 and LIVE Q and A/Discussion on Wed. Sept 29 at 1-2 pm Pacific)
Module 3: Intergenerational Trauma(video materials released for access on Friday, Oct 1 and LIVE Q and A/Discussion on Wed. Oct 6 at 1-2 pm Pacific)
Module 4: Sexual Injury Trauma (video materials released for access on Friday Oct 8 and LIVE Q and A/Discussion on Wed. Oct 13 at 1-2 pm Pacific)
Module 5: Community Violence/Natural Disaster Trauma (video materials released for access on Friday, Oct 15 and LIVE Q and A/Discussion on Wed. Oct 20 at 1-2 pm Pacific)
Module 6: Trauma and Addiction (video materials released for access on Friday, Oct 22 and LIVE Q and A/Discussion on Wed. Oct.27 at 1-2 pm Pacific)