SomatoEmotional Release 2 (SER2)

SomatoEmotional Release 2 (SER2)

Date: Spring/Summer 2022               Time: 9:00am – 6:30pm

Venue: TBA, Christchurch

CPD/CPE– 24 Hours

Full Fee $945. Early Bird $845 applies until 6 weeks prior to the commencement of the course.

Instructor: TBA

Course Description

In this advanced level workshop you will learn how the SomatoEmotional Release technique may integrate with various creative imagery and dialoguing methods. Participants will become more proficient in the SER techniques and focus on the development of therapeutic imagery and dialoguing skills. This workshop will also review and enlarge upon the release techniques for the avenue of expression. The goal is a comfortable wholistic mind-body approach to the resolution of problems and obstacles related to patient/client progress and growth.  It includes lecture, demonstration, and practice for each technique presented.

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, participants will have learned the following:

  • Locate the history, key concepts and therapeutic process of psychosynthesis, Gestalt and Jungian psychology
  • Demonstrate application of the integration of psychosynthesis, Gestalt and Jungian psychology  with SomatoEmotional Release and therapeutic  imagery and dialogue
  • Classify the throat and hard palate techniques for releasing vocal apparatus
  • Differentiate methods for inviting a solicited image, maintaining an unsolicited image and discovering an image’s purpose
  • Conduct skills for facilitating dialogue between the patient’s levels of consciousness
  • Conduct skills for facilitating dialogue between the patient’s levels of consciousness
  • Name the 10-Step Protocol for imagery and dialogue
  • Demonstrate exercises in active imagination, archetypes, self  awareness and dialogue and facilitated imagery
  • Solve approaches to dreamwork
  • Match continued focus on craniosacral rhythm as significance indicator

Prerequisite: Successful completion of SER1

Required Reading SomatoEmotional Release and Beyond by John E Upledger