Weekend One with Jaci Hull
Lead Hakomi Trainer
for the Hakomi Institute of Calgary
March 16-18, 2018
This approach draws from the basic Principles of Hakomi and the work of Peter Levine, Pat Ogden, Kekuni Minton, Janina Fisher, Dan Seigel, Bessel Van Der Kolk, Bob Scaer, Manuela Mishke Reeds, Stephen Porges, Francine Shapiro, David Grand and others.
Students will learn:
Weekends Two and Three with Taryn Prodan
Body psychotherapist, C. Psych.
April 27-29, 2018
May 25-27, 2018
Because traumatic activation is a neuro-biological process, it is critical to build physical resources. Teaching a client to sense particular muscular resources helps them to regulate their autonomic nervous system and to safely contain the high charge involved in processing a shock ‘file’.
In these two weekends, students will learn body-based inventions drawing predominantly on Bodynamic muscle resources & other psycho-physical strategies.
March 16 – 18
April 27 – 29
May 25 – 27
*Each training day will run 9am-4pm*
$1,150 if enrolled by December 15, 2017. $1,350 thereafter. (GST not included)
VISA / MC / cheque / e-transfer accepted. T2202A Tax Receipts available.
Full refunds for cancellation (minus a $100 administration fee) are available up until 4 weeks prior to the start date. Partial refunds of 50% available until 1 week prior to the training. No refunds will be provided less than 1 week before the first date.
Completion of Hakomi Professional Skills Training.
Disclaimer: We do not believe that these 9 days of body-based resource training will necessarily enable a regular Hakomi graduate to help a client process childhood pre-verbal shock trauma. Instead we would hope that they would be able to recognize the issue, contain the session, and make an appropriate referral.
Jaci Hull, M.A., L.M.F.T., Certified Hakomi Trainer since 1996, leads Hakomi trainings and workshops throughout the U.S., Canada and Brazil. She has served as as faculty for the Somatic Psychology M.A. program at Naropa University and for the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute. Jaci serves on the Hakomi Institute Board of Directors and was a co-developer of Experiential Couples Psychotherapy. She also contributed to the recently published book Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy. She received her degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University in 1997. Her post-graduate training includes Family Therapy, EMDR II, Somatic Trauma Resolution, Brainspotting, Group Leadership Training and she is a Certified Relational Life Therapist. A licensed psychotherapist in Boulder, Co. for over 30 years, Jaci works with individuals and couples.
Taryn Prodan is a body psychotherapist and Clinical Psychologist who works in Calgary, AB. She has trained in Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychology as well as Bodynamics Therapy, and has a special interest in body-based interventions for pre-verbal trauma.