MFT LEVEL ONE - CORRESPONDENCE
MFT LEVEL ONE - CORRESPONDENCE
If you are interested in becoming certified in MFT Level One but can't attend any of my in-person trainings, this correspondence option might be a fit for you.
THIS IS APPROPRIATE FOR YOU IF YOU:
Have strong self directed learning motivation
Have a current professional healing arts, movement or therapy practice that will provide the needed integration of the MFT principles as you complete your learning
Are not in an active state of traumatic stress or in intense trauma care and are well resourced to dive into this material on your own
WHAT YOU GET:
4 personal mentorship online coaching hours with me which allows us to personally tailor the MFT principles to your professional practice. Please note that my regular one on one coaching sessions are $155 per hour.
Access to the Movement for Trauma Level One training manual (90 pages of rich goodness)
Access to the recommended external resources to supplement the manual
Access to the Power Point presentation that we will refer to as a guide during our coaching
HOW TO APPLY:
If you're interested, please send me an email to email@example.com letting me know how you qualify based on the above requirements for study with a paragraph description of your intent to use this is your professional practice.
This correspondence option is not open for sliding scale or scholarship. Payment must be received in full before starting this offering. Please do not purchase this until you have been accepted.
TIMELINE FOR COMPLETION:
3 months from the date of registration which means you need enough time to review the material and then book your four mentorship sessions.
I will advise you of acceptance within 5 days of receiving your application wherein you can complete registration by making a payment at which time I will send you the MFT Level One learning resources.
LEVEL ONE INCLUDES:
An introduction to working with trauma as it presents in the body through experiential activities including partnered and group activities and through embodied experiments.
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.
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.
The impact of different types and intensities of movement on fight, flight, freeze, collapse and attach responses.
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.
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.
The foundations of creating healthier breathing biomechanics in clients through fostering a greater sense of safety internally and externally.