Advanced Integrative Training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
OCTOBER 12, 2023 - MARCH 15, 2025
The Advanced Integrative Training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy consists of three components:
1) Skills Consolidation: Trauma (SCT) - Online
2) Skills Consolidation: Developmental (SCD) - Online
3) Advanced Integrative Training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy - In Person
Both the Skills Consolidation parts of the course are online, self-directed, self-paced components which support the consolidation of knowledge and skills introduced in the two basic SP courses for trauma and developmental work to prepare the learner for certification in SP. The SCT consists of 13 basic skills units, and SCD consists of 16 basic skills units, that guide the learner from SP Foundations through Essential Skills to the Five Stages of the Process. Building on the basic information and initial practice of skills application from the L1- Trauma and L2-Developmental trainings, the student will see new presentations from Pat Ogden and other SPI Faculty, review clinical application video content, participate in small group discussions, and complete self-directed learning activities using interactive media and provided worksheets to consolidate past learning and refine existing skills for Certification in SP.
The Advanced Integrative Training (AIT) course is presented in a hybrid learning format (in-person with online support), with 108 credit hours provided face to face. Students are provided with short preparation modules via SPI's online learning system to maximize the opportunities for live practice, feedback and integration of SP Foundations during the corresponding face to face meeting modules. The AIT's 6 module format deepens practical application and expands the student's awareness of the following topics:
1. Arousal Modulation and the Body as a Resource (Somatic Resourcing)
2. Orienting and Defensive Responses
3. Current Issue
4. Developmental Memory
5. Expanding Practice
Evaluation and Certification in SP: The Advanced Integrative Training in SP is an evaluative course. Completion of Advanced Integrative Training in SP does not guarantee Certification in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Certification is a highly individualized process that may require further work outside of the scheduled hours of the course.
SPI is neither a regulatory nor licensing organization and therefore not sanctioned to certify, license, or otherwise bestow the legal authorization to practice as a mental health professional.
Credit for this course is provided through CME Outfitters
This activity offers CE credit for:
All other clinicians will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
There is no commercial support associated with this educational activity.
Psychologists and other mental health professionals as appropriate.
Instructional level of this activity: Introductory
Statement of Need
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy provides mental health practitioners with the skills to notice and process the residues of traumatic experience that are held in clients' bodies. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy helps mental health practitioners to expand their practice to work with implicit somatic patterns related to traumatic experience to help inspire lasting change in the ability to regulate the autonomic nervous system.
Training Application (external website)
Location: IRPT, Rue du Rotillon 8, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Trainers: Kekuni Minton, PhD
Tuition: 7,200 CHF.
Successful completion of "Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for Developmental Injury" (Level II)
Contact: Support SPI, email@example.com.
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