M.E.T.A. Experiential Trauma Psychotherapy

M.E.T.A. Experiential Trauma Training synthesizes the best emerging research and clinical approaches to the treatment of trauma with META’s powerful principles and techniques. The META approach to trauma is relationally based and grounded in mindful awareness of the client’s present moment experience. In this training we will offer theory, assessment and treatment skills to support your clients through the process of trauma healing and recovery. This training spans the initial phase of creating the basic safety needed to turn toward the traumatic material, to the second phase processes of engaging with the traumatic material directly for the purposes of reworking it on physiological and psychological levels.

 

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Professional Development Training: M.E.T.A. Experiential Trauma Therapy, Module 4

About the M.E.T.A. Professional Skills Modules:

The M.E.T.A. Professional Skills Modules are thematically organized around the major M.E.T.A. modalities (Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychotherapy, the R-CS Model, Experiential Attachment Psychotherapy, and Experiential Trauma Therapy). Modules #2-6 stand-alone trainings assume some capacity with Hakomi basic skills, since they focus on new skills and shifts in clinical conceptualization related to character development, attachment, trauma, and/or habituated state-based treatment needs. Though these modules may be taken in various order, we generally recommend a grounding in Hakomi, such as Module #1 or a Hakomi Primer or another Introductory workshop or equivalent training elsewhere in Hakomi.

For participants who have not studied Hakomi, we offer Hakomi Primers on an as needed basis so professionals new to Hakomi enter these specialized treatment modules with sufficient mindful experiential basic skills. If you are interested in one of these Primers, contact Selin Strait, Training Coordinator to discuss options.


M.E.T.A. Experiential Trauma Therapy, Module 4 Includes:

  • A relationally based approach to fostering the client’s sense of basic internal and interpersonal safety which is a prerequisite to deeper trauma healing work.
  • An approach to directly reworking the traumatic material that is based in emerging theories of nervous system and brain function.
    Insights and approaches culled from Interpersonal Neurobiology, including Poly-Vagal theory.
  • A weaving of the best new clinical and theoretical findings with META and Hakomi’s proven skills, techniques and philosophy.

Learn more about this training

acep-300dpi-2M.E.T.A., LLC, has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6818. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. M.E.T.A., LLC, is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Advanced Clinical Tutorial: Principles of Trauma Resolution within the M.E.T.A. Model

About the Advanced Clinical Tutorial:

In this tutorial, we will offer theory, assessment, and treatment skills to support your clients in the process of trauma healing and recovery. The tutorial will include:

  • an exploration of resourcing skills and techniques to promote basic internal and interpersonal safety as crucial to the contact phase of trauma healing work,
  • assessment methods for determining trauma activation and regulation
  • skills to develop capacity and readiness to move toward processing trauma,
  • insights and approaches grounded in findings of Interpersonal Neurobiology
  • skills to develop a repertoire of resources with clients
  • trauma-informed modifications to the Hakomi 4-step and The Re-Creation of the Self Model of Human Systems (R-CS) that promote resilience and choicefulness in the trauma recovery process,
  • an opportunity to learn and practice

Learn more about this Advanced Clinical Tutorial

NBCC LogoM.E.T.A., LLC, has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6818. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. M.E.T.A., LLC, is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

 

 

M.E.T.A., LLC

4531 SE Belmont St, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97215
Training Center 503-450-9911
Counseling Clinic 503-450-9999

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