This training is already being integrated and used in all kinds of bodywork, social work, business consulting and mental health and care professionals who want to expand their knowledge and precision by learning the muscles coding system.
This training holds the standards that are required by EABP (European Association of Body Psychotherapy).
It is also doubly certified: DGERT certification at a national level and Bodynamic certification at an international level.
Topics covered in the Practitioner training:
In depth coverage of all 11 Ego Functions and their sub functions
Further deepening of the 21 developmental positions and 7 character structures + Perinatal and Adolescence and Puberty
The 5 Ego Aspects and how to work with them
The Full Bodyknot and how it facilitates building an Observing Ego
Learn to read and analyze the whole Bodymap -Identify resources -Identify Trauma -Formulate a therapy plan
The F8 model on Group Dynamics (the 8 group functions are similar to ego functions)
The jukebox layer model of macro to micro issues in society
Conflict resolution & negotiation
How to do Bodynamic therapy
Trans-marginal effects – flipping to extremes under stress
Basics in how to touch and sense hypo, and hyper muscles
Demo sessions by instructors
Practice sessions done in triads
Intro to Ditte’s Bodyreading. Learn how to interpret holding patterns, gait, twists and asymmetries in body posture
Learn how to use Body reading in therapy
Learn basic understanding around Developmental Trauma, Shock trauma and PTSD/ Complex PTDS
Adolescence and puberty as a developmental stage – core decisions, prefrontal cortex conscious identity formation
Personal life history and environmental/societal impacts on development
Psychopathology from a Bodynamic perspective – Narcissism and Borderline Personality Disorder
Lisbeth’s famous Energy Exercises: ex. center line breathing
“Hands On” – Bodynamic massage techniques
13 modules x 6 days (Total: 78 days, throughout 3 years and 3 months)
Classes are from 10AM to 6PM every day
Language: English, with the possibility of simultaneous translation to Portuguese, if minimum number of students interested in receiving translation is met
Module 1 21-26 jun 2022
Bodynamic's vision on Humans and theory and affiliations
Go through the most important work models
Mirroring and imitating
Forming work groups
Module 2 11-16 oct 2022
Life story: students tell part of their Life story in the whole group
Tina is a Certified Bodynamic Therapist, specialist in Shock Trauma and International Teacher from Denmark.
Tina does individual therapy in Denmark and online. In addition to Bodynamic she is educated in NLP, NADA and has a diploma in Psychology.
Her life before kids was very different (she worked as a ship broker in Denmark, Norway and England), but becoming a mother of two boys 15 years ago changed her focus.
She has taught parenting skills, worked with women who recently has given birth, led a project that physically and psychologically supports overweight children. She has also physically trained prison inmates, and supervises prison guards in their daily contact with inmates.
Daugher of Bodynamic's founder, Ditte has been a member of Bodynamic since 1994. Ditte is a Bodynamic therapist and supervisor and has coordinated and taught in the Fundamental course since 1995, as well as having been a senior teacher in the practical trainings since 2003.
She is one of the creators of Bodynamic's approach to shock, having profoundly influenced this system with her concepts of Dignity, Me and different layers of feelings.
She is responsible for Bodynamic training in the US, Canada, Russia, Bielorussia, Ukraine, Japan, Greece, Holand and Brasil and she was Bodynamic's CEO from 2008 to 2019. She held the position of president of EABP's forum committee.
Kalliopi is a Bodynamic educational therapist, supervisor and teacher and a can do Full Bodymaps
She has studied and is certified in Counseling Skills, Personal Coaching Practitioner (PCP), NLP and Gold Counseling. She also has also studied in Analytical Cognitive therapy, Gestalt therapy, Hypnotherapy and has a Diploma in Systemic Thinking and Practice.
Kalliopi has been working as an Integrative psychotherapist in a private practice since 2004. She is a member of PESOPS (Greek Association of Body Psychotherapy).
Kristina’s work has consisted of individual therapy for several years, making Basic Bodymaps – now Full Bodymaps, the diagnostic tool used in Bodynamic approach, assisting and co-teaching in different workshops and educational programs of Bodynamic (like masterclasses and the Foundation training). She was also a translator in the Bodynamic Shock and Trauma Training.
Kristina is coordinator of trainings and workshops in Holland and will be teaching at several of the modules and she develops and organizes her own training’s with different themes using Bodynamic principles in Rotterdam. At the same time she is a volunteer in the shelter home for women who experienced domestic violence.
She started with an education in Pedagogy, later enrolling in psychology at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. She has done many additional training’s in things like ‘Rebirthing’, Psychoanalysis and completed education as a gestalt therapist. She speaks English, Dutch, Lithuanian and Russian.
Wolfgang got in contact, in his first career as a banker, with spirituality, movement arts and bodypsychotherapy. These became his main interests, which he followed the last 30 years. In 2000 he became a natural health professional with a state license for psychotherapy (HPG).
After working 7 years in a clinic for Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, he opened his private practice for bodypsychotherapy in Dresden, Germany and worked as a trainer for bodyoriented psychotherapy. Beside years of experience in humanistic therapy, he has been trained in NLP, Qigong, Feldenkrais ® and Somatic Experiencing®.
Finding Bodynamic in 2012 allowed him to integrate his main interests in a way, which was not possible before. He is a Bodynamic therapist since 2017.
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