Loading Training

Japan – 2022

Training Overview

New to our training or want to learn more about them? Then join us during one of our free webinars or watch previous sessions by clicking here.

This training is taught in English and translated into Japanese sequentially.

For each module, you will watch 6 hours of pre-recorded lecture with Japanese subtitles, and Kathy and Steve will offer 2 days of Q&A in each morning and triad exercise in each afternoon. Q&A will be sequentially translated between English and Japanese.

Prerequisites:

SEtraining is ideal but not required. The course is open to therapists in general.  This course is not open for those who are in a client situation.

The following is a list of topics that will be addressed in each module. We use an experiential and emergent design model for teaching, which means that topics evolve from the group exercises and discussion. The following gives an approximate order for the material presented, but there will be variations for each group experience.

Module 1

  • Introduction and Overview of the Model
  • Window of Tolerance, Faux Window of Tolerance, Defensive Accommodations
  • Normal Birth Sequence
  • Attachment Styles – Overview
  • Bowlby’s Four Points and Attachment Styles
  • APGAR
  • Parent Attachment Styles
  • Neuroception, Interoception, and Safety Memory
  • Polyvagal Theory, Homeostasis, Allostatic Load
  • Feeling of Threat
  • Demos:  Working with Body Layers session; Kidney and Adrenal/Safe Haven session; Identifying our Attachment Style (small group discussion); Brainstem within Safe Haven/Secure Base session.

Module 2

  • Introduction to Module 2
  • Adverse Childhood Experience Study
  • Allostatic Load and Dorsal Vagus
  • Microbytes
  • Pace and Regulation
  • Scope of Practice (this may not be included for the Japan students since it’s focused on the US)
  • Neurosequential Development
  • Shock vs Developmental Trauma
  • Neuroception Review
  • Demos:  Allostatic Load session; Microbytes session; Building Regulation/Relationship session; Neuroception practice

Module 3

  • Introduction to Module 3
  • Romanian Orphanage Study (2 videos)
  • Deeper Dive into Attachment
  • Comparing Disorganized Attachment and Syndromal Clients
  • Transition from High to Low Tone Dorsal
  • Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and Developmental Trauma
  • Signaling and Neurotransmitters and Trauma
  • Thymus and Trauma
  • Mediastinum (lecture and demo session)
  • Traumatic Transference and Countertransference
  • Demos:  Transition from High to Low Tone Dorsal session; HPA session; Sternal Stimulation/Thymus; Mediastinum.
  • Bonus videos:  Disorganized Attachment; Trauma and Neurotransmitters; Demo of Pre-HPA/Brain Stem session.

When And Where

Location(s):

Online Webinar

Date(s):

The dates for the Skills Building Experiences are below. Dates are shown in US and Japan formats.

Module 1

February 11-12, 2022 (US)
February 12-13, 2022 (Japan)

Module 2

May 6-7, 2022 (US)
May 7-8, 2022 (Japan)

Module 3

September 23-24, 2022 (US)
September 24-25, 2022 (Japan)

Time(s):

Times for the Skills Building Experiences are below. Times are shown in CDT and JST.

Module 1

6:00pm - 2:00am CDT
9:00am - 17:00 JST

Module 2

7:00pm - 3:00am CDT
9:00am - 17:00 JST

Module 3

7:00pm - 3:00am CDT
9:00am - 17:00 JST

Payment And Related Information:

Tuition:

Please use the registration link in the Register section below to view tuition details.

Cancellation Policy:

Please use the registration link in the Register section below to view the cancellation policy.

Inquiries:

Instructors:

Kathy L. Kain
Stephen J. Terrell, PsyD, SEP

Click here to learn more about Kathy and Stephen.

Continuing Education Information:

CE Information is being updated.

Register:

NOTE: Please Log In or Register to track purchases and course progress. You may register for trainings without an account, however, you won't be able to track your history unless you create an account first.

To register for this training, please register using this link.