Level 3 training in Holographic Memory Resolution (HMR) builds on the work begun in Levels 1 and 2 (online video, face to face, or zoom training prerequisite), to raise your training to another level. Reinforcement and elaboration upon the basic skills for simple Level 1 emotional reframing and Level 2 trauma patterns and archetypal encoding are deepened and supported. Level 2 and more complex interventions are reinforced and amplified, support using the emotional reframing of multi-layered trauma patterns and deeper levels of dissociation. Exercises and skills for the reinforcement of safety are required for assisting individuals who are farther along on the trauma continuum. While you may not deal with more dissociative individuals in your own practice, training in recognizing these symptoms and knowing the protocols for more complex “parts” interventions is helpful for making proper referrals. Included in the teachings are rounding and safety exercises that you may need while reframing, for example, a single Level 1 sexual abuse event in which a client disassociated from the body.
Level 3 includes training in assessment skills, effective models for treating trauma and dissociation, advanced training in principles of somatic encoding discovered through observing patterns of imprinting in the body-mind, and facilitating the emotional reframing of more than 150,000 memories.
By deepening your skills and effectively employing body-centered, client-centered clean language techniques, the body-mind of the client can spontaneously unwind and map its trauma history. When engaged, this spontaneous mapping provides the infrastructure needed to treat complex PTSD and the intricate parts interactions that often occur at Levels 2 and 3 in the trauma continuum. HMR can be integrated with parts therapies and cognitive behavioral therapies or interventions. This is reviewed in the training.
Part A includes the deepening of skills introduced at Levels 1 and 2 with half of the Level 3 manual and training video content presented. Additional resources are offered for supporting the core of the individual, including modified or direct dialogue to address resistant parts, options for the reframing of negative beliefs induced from trauma, and guidance for integrating all HMR process dynamics. New assessment tools go beyond traditional resources to provide unique insight into the mind-body relationship. Principles for understanding and applying the emotional reframing options that are revealed during HMR are outlined and reviewed in specific case studies. Additional stages of energy sensitivity are introduced, these emerge spontaneously with the practice of HMR. The use of the optional nervous system support and ground at, or near, cervical vertebra seven.
Part B continues your skills development in addressing complex trauma, resistance issues, and recognizing both limitations and contraindications to treatment. A review of the latest evaluation of medications that interfere with the application of HMR is provided. Controversial issues and complications regarding the storage and reporting of memory are discussed in depth. Additional resources are provided for you, the practitioner, regarding the importance of personal care, mindset maintenance, and boundary awareness: all which are challenged when facing the deeper end of the trauma continuum. Ethical and legal issues that may emerge during your practice of HMR and its integration with your private practice or other modalities are discussed. The requirements for certification in HMR also are reviewed.
Because of the current situation with the novel coronavirus, this course is only available on Zoom. You will be emailed a Zoom link closer to the time of the class. There will be a morning and afternoon break and a 90-minute lunch break.
Course 212135 | 14 CEUs available
Date Part A Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26
Course 212136 | 14 CEUs available
Date Part B Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24
Date Prerequisite: Level One and Two training
Time 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST
Audit Cost $140/125 payment 10 days in advance