A Seven-Day In-Person Course
Spiral Process Method is an experiential healing modality geared towards therapists and healing arts practitioners. The method is primarily based on cellular wisdom of the body's natural impulses towards healing and collaboration, as well as the paradoxical allowance of every aspect of the unfolding experience. Our aim is to teach therapists to become sincere human beings and intervene using their innate spontaneity and skillful means.
During this 35 hour course, students will learn the roadmap to a Spiral Process Method experiential healing modality that is: experiential, process-oriented, present-moment centered, practitioner-and-client centered, depth-oriented, and self growth-oriented. Spiral Process Method acknowledges a number of influences, including Process Therapy as developed by Don and Carol Hadlock, Somatic Therapies, Gestalt Therapy, Daoism and Buddhism, and Transpersonal Psychology.
The course is highly experiential, where there will be many opportunities to observe demonstrations as well as practice as a therapist with the guidance of the teacher.
What you will learn:
Ways of expanding therapist’s state of being to enhance clinical effectiveness.
Ways to connect with client.
Guide client into an introspective, present oriented state of mind where habitual psychological patterns can be accessed and worked with.
Ways of helping you and client identify the process to work with.
How to work in different realms: relational, internal, external.
Distinguish between three different levels of directness of the therapist.
You will lean about different methods through which therapeutic work can happen (i.e. somatic, chair work, expressive arts, guided imagery, and more).
Learn the ingredients for creating and carrying out therapeutic experiments.
Describe and practice ways of recognizing and working with client’s resistance.
Learn ways of facilitating integration of the therapeutic change client experienced in therapy.
Dmitry Vulfovich LMFT, Clinical Director and Master Teacher.
Dmitry is a lifelong practitioner of meditation, self-inquiry and healing practices such as dance movement therapy, plant medicines, yoga and Zen. Dmitry has been studying and practicing the Process Model, taught to him directly by Don and Carol Hadlock, as well as other Experiential Somatic therapy modalities since 2010.
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10:00am – 4:30pm (with 1 hour lunch break and two 15 min breaks)
1925 Winchester Blvd #106, Campbell, CA 95008
The full cost includes a $300 deposit and $50 processing fee. Enrollees must pay in full no less than 30 days prior to the scheduled start of the training (unless prior arrangements are made for monthly payments plans, please inquire).
Students have to contact Program Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible if they are considering withdrawing.
If the participant chooses to withdraw 30 or more days prior to the scheduled start of the training, full refund will be issued minus $50 processing fee.
If the participant chooses to withdraw 29-1 day prior to the first scheduled training date, participants will receive full refund minus $300 deposit and $50 processing fee ($1400 total).
Once the class starts no refunds will be granted.
Spiral Process Therapy is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs. Provider number: 1000186. Spiral Process Therapy maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content. This course meets the requirements for 35 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. A continuing education hour is defined as a 60-minute hour. Continuing education credit shall be awarded only for instructional time. Lunch and other breaks shall not be included in total time awarded for continuing education credit.
Course completion certificates will be awarded over the email after completion of the course.
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