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NP0024 The Latest Advances in Trauma Treatment: New Perspectives on PTSD

This blog focuses on discussion regarding the course NP0024 The Latest Advances in Trauma Treatment: New Perspectives on PTSD.
 
 

The Body in Trauma Work with Pat Ogden

 

The Latest Advances in Trauma Treatment: NP0024 – Session 3

Learn how to help trauma clients create a “somatic narrative” with Pat Ogden, the founder and director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute in Boulder, Colorado. Discover how helping clients gain greater awareness of their bodies and creating a somatic narrative will help them work through experiences and distressing emotions that may be otherwise inaccessible to them cognitively.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org.


09.06.2012   Posted In: NP0024 The Latest Advances in Trauma Treatment: New Perspectives on PTSD   By Psychotherapy Networker
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  • 0 avatar Kim Lundholm-Eades 09.06.2012 15:06
    Thank you Pat for sharing your work. I am currently in finishing my second year of SE training. Hearing your presentation helped deepen my understanding of what I am learning.

    I did not get to hear the last 9 minutes of the presentation because I had a client and the training was longer than one hour.

    Thanks again. I am enjoying the series so far.
    Kim Lundholm-Eades
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  • Not available avatar Mary Beth Murray 09.07.2012 15:49
    Thank you for the wonderful conversation and presentation. I have read about the sensorimotor approach and Pat Ogden's work, but it was a treat to hear about it in her words. Mary Beth
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  • Not available avatar Gail Van Buuren 09.09.2012 20:05
    Thanks so much for another great interview. I learn so much from each one. Rich, I deeply appreciate your approach of taking the work into the session with clients. "I am a client coming in with this problem. What would you do?" Great!
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  • Not available avatar Salony Setya 09.10.2012 14:21
    Hi am not able to view the video, I have tried on several different computers and had our IT dept. look at it & it seems it's not streaming? Always enjoy & learn a lot from these interviews, would really like to be able to view this one. Thanks.
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    • Not available avatar PN support 09.11.2012 08:51
      Hi Salony,

      Are you still having trouble viewing the video? If so, please contact support@psychotherapynetworker.org and let us know what browswer you're using.
      Reply
  • Not available avatar Simon 09.10.2012 16:40
    I am not able to receive the feed. Is there a problem? Maybe you could fix it and the re-offer the free watching.
    simon
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  • Not available avatar ziona brotleit 09.10.2012 20:46
    Hi Pat and Rich -
    Wonderful series. Thank you so much for making it available to so many.
    Listening to this interview, I am finding overlaps with Dance/Movement Therapy theory and practice. I don't remember learning about SM Therapy in my master's degree training in D/M therapy and I'm wondering which came first. Our M/D therapy work may have lessons for S/M clinicians and vice versa.
    Again, thank you very much - ZB
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  • Not available avatar Laura Bender 09.11.2012 00:01
    Hi Pat. Thank you so much. I was working with a client trying to have him access sensory awareness and he began getting activated just by the thought of doing so. He deals with chronic pain issues and expends a lot of energy avoiding sensory awareness. Any advice on how you would approach this?
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  • Not available avatar Andrew Schwartz 09.11.2012 11:51
    Nice. I appreciated, in addition to whatever is innovative in Pat's approach, her respect for the somatic lineage in the psychotherapy field. Combining innovation with respect for history seems to me a good way to stay balanced as we evolve as a field.
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