MFT ONLINE 2019 - LEVEL 1 STARTS SEPT 4th

MFT ONLINE 2019 - LEVEL 1 STARTS SEPT 4th

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8 - 75 MIN INTERACTIVE WEBINARS

DATES:

7-815pm EST
Wed, September 4
Wed, September 11
Wed, September 18
Wed, September 25
Wed. October 2
Wed, October 9
Wed, October 16
Wed, October 23

LOCATION
Zoom

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Space limited to 20 students

The format and content will follow MFT Level One in person webinars with the added element of homework assignments requiring a partner or client to practice exercises and nervous system interventions with for all exercises that do not translate onto an online learning platform.

One month prior to the start, you will receive a digital copy of the MFT manual and a link to the external resources.

IF YOU CAN’T TUNE IN LIVE, YOU CAN WATCH THE SESSION AFTERWARDS.

To receive an MFT Level One certificate of completion and to qualify to attend MFT Level Two, you will be required to:

1) Either attend each session live or document when you watched each session on your own in the 7 days following each session.

2) Send in simple documentation of weekly practice exercises you did with a partner or client. Homework documentation sheets will be provided and we will use a file uploading service to simplify the process.

3) Access the MFT pre-training resources to ensure you can fully participate in the online sessions.

THIS ONLINE COURSE IS APPROPRIATE FOR PRACTITIONERS, HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, TEACHERS AND COACHES AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR GENERAL INTEREST OR SELF HELP UNLESS YOU ARE CURRENTLY PURSUING TRAINING OR CERTIFICATION FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE.

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LEVEL ONE INCLUDES: 

  1. An introduction to working with trauma as it presents in the body through experiential activities including partnered and group activities and through embodied experiments.

  2. Exploration of relational and task oriented movement and embodied mindfulness to reactivate the ventral vagal complex to allow for a greater sense of safety and support in your clients bodies.

  3. An overview of the cutting edge neuroscience of trauma including how to adapt the window of tolerance to stress model and polyvagal theory into movement and mindfulness practices for nervous system regulation.

  4. The impact of different types and intensities of movement on fight, flight, freeze, collapse and attach responses.

  5. Tools and strategies for assessing your client’s nervous system by learning to track your own and simple ways to resource a client outside sessions.

  6. Understanding our scope of practice when working with clients' histories of chronic and severe trauma and introduction to holding healthy boundaries with clients to prevent secondary trauma.

  7. The foundations of creating healthier breathing biomechanics in clients through fostering a greater sense of safety internally and externally.