The Level 3 Lifespan Integration Training is the third part of the LI basic training series. Participants will be refreshed on the LI Attunement Protocol, which was taught in Level 2. There will be three supervised practice sessions during which participants will experience the LI Attunement Protocol from the roles of therapist, client, and observer.
During the Level 3 training, participants will learn to create individualized treatment plans for their clients.
Two important LI protocols: Relationship Clearing and Script Clearing will be introduced in Level 3.
During Level 3 therapists will learn how to use the LI Preverbal Attachment Repair protocol to repair breaches in attachment which may have occurred at various stages of development.
To be eligible for Level 3, therapists must have completed Levels 1 & 2.
Therapists who completed what was called “Advanced LI ” prior to 2010 will need to take Level 2 (at the discounted rate for repeating) before taking Level 3.
This training is suggested for all clinicians working toward LI mastery, and is required for therapists seeking certification.*
*Therapists who completed Level 2 under the old system (prior to January 1, 2017) are advised to take Level 3; however for these therapists Level 3 is not a requirement for certification.
Cancellation Policy: Tuition will be refunded in full if notice of cancellation is received at least three weeks prior to date of the workshop. For cancellations less than three weeks prior to the date of the workshop, tuition will be refunded less a $ 30 cancellation fee. Cancellations within 72 hours of the workshop will not be refunded, but can apply to any Lifespan Integration training offered through this website within the next two years.Click for details of Upcoming Level Three Trainings
Cost of training
Early registration rate (paid 3 weeks or more in advance of training dates):
- Full – $450
- Students and Repeating trainees – $375
Full rate – after early registration deadline:
- Full – $490
- Students and Repeating trainees – $415
14.5 Clock hours through NBCC