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Changes coming in 2017

Our international team of LI instructors has put together a new training program. We feel these changes will enhance our training program and ensure that therapists who complete the training finish with a more thorough understanding of LI than those therapists who tried to learn LI in only two two-day segments.

Beginning in January of 2017 we will be moving to our new training format.  The new, expanded program will give therapists a better basic understanding of LI and the neuroscience on which it is based, plus will provide participating therapists more opportunity to practice a few of the various LI protocols under supervision.  We feel that our new system will better prepare LI therapists to get the best results when they begin to use Lifespan Integration with their clients.

Therapists who completed both Levels 1 and 2 of the Lifespan Integration training prior to 2017 will not be required to take the new Level 2 and Level 3, although if they choose to attend either of the newly structured courses they can attend for the discounted rate for repeating.

Description of the present Level 2 Lifespan Integration training

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The Level 2 Lifespan Integration course will give participants a deeper understanding of the mechanisms involved in neural integration and attachment.

Participants will be shown how the LI birth to present protocol combined with the therapist’s profound attunement can be used to improve a client’s ability to manage and regulate emotion.  Clinicians will learn how to optimize neural plasticity to maximize change at the level of neurons.  Understanding the neural mechanisms underlying LI’s effectiveness will enable experienced LI therapists to begin using LI more creatively and more effectively. Case examples will be discussed to demonstrate how to strategize LI treatment plans specific to each individual client.

Participating therapists will learn how to heal various complex psychological disorders which have at their root impaired affect regulation.  Mental health clinicians who have experience working with clients with histories of complex trauma, including DID and DDNOS clients, will find that LI offers them a gentle and non-intrusive way of activating and integrating the early traumatic experiences without re-traumatizing the clients.  Case examples will be discussed, and videos will be shown to demonstrate the effectiveness of Lifespan Integration when used with clients who have histories of complex trauma.

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.

In order to receive credit, each participant must remain present during the entire training.  There are no practices in the Level 2 training.[/text_output][button shape=”square” size=”regular” float=”left” info=”tooltip” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”” href=”https://lifespanintegration.com/upcoming-level-two-lifespan-integration-trainings/”]Click for details of Upcoming Level Two Trainings[/button][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][text_output]Cost of training

Early registration rate (paid 3 weeks or more in advance of training dates):

  • Full – $420
  • Repeating trainees – $340

Full rate – after early registration deadline:

  • Full – $460
  • Repeating trainees – $380

Continuing Education

14.5 Clock hours for MFT’s, MHC’s, and MSW’s thru NBCC
13.5 Psychologist CE’s thru WA-Psych and APA*
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