Understanding Patterns of Behaviour, Working at Core Material : An Introduction to the Hakomi Method

Friday & Saturday,

February 14 & 15, 2020

9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Edmonton, Alberta

with Pamela Thompson

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Core Material Composed of beliefs, nervous system patterning, sensations, memories, images, emotions and attitudes about self and the world – and related more often to early formative experiences – core material shapes our patterns of behaviour, our bodily structure and our experiences. (Hakomi Institute)

Through lecture, demo and practice exercises, this workshop will introduce you to:

  • The Basic Principles of the Hakomi Method;
  • Skills to promote mindfulness within ourselves and our clients;
  • Tracking for conscious and unconscious patterns to identify patterns of self-organization;
  • Understanding of the Sensitivity Cycle of needs and developing patterns of behavior;
  • Intervention strategies for helping clients move through defensive barriers and faulty neuroceptions.

About the Instructor:

Pamela Thompson, Registered Psychologist, Certified Hakomi Therapist and Teacher. Pamela has been a psychologist for nearly 20 years. She has over 20 years instructing for both bachelor and graduate level psychology courses. She has provided years of supervision to those under Provisional status and has been working within the Hakomi community to advance skills in clinical practice through consultation and numerous workshops.