Level 3 (Advanced)
Before attending the Level 3 Lifespan Integration training
To participate on Level 3 you must have completed Level 1 and 2 (since 2011), and had one LI session treating early childhood trauma. You will also need to have undertaken three supervision sessions with an approved LI consultant. Before attending the Level 3 LI training, therapists are required to receive one session of the LI Baseline protocol from a certified LI therapist. (Therapists who received a session of Baseline from a certified LI therapist prior to Level 2 have already fulfilled this requirement.)
Content of the Level 3 Lifespan Integration training
During the Level 3 training participants will learn:
How Attachment theory informs LI treatment planning in Stage II of LI therapy.
More about how to use Baseline protocol with the addition of a sorting process to create a shift away from embedded introjects and toward more authentic, healthy behaviors and cognitions.
LI Birth protocol, used to resolve known and unknown birth trauma.
LI Attunement protocol, used to give the client an energetic experience of existing within an attuned caregiving dyad, thereby building a more solid core self and meeting primary attachment needs.
Continued treatment planning, incorporating the LI protocols learned in Levels 1, 2, and 3, in order to increase each client’s integration and coherence.
Over this two day training there will be three supervised practice sessions. During these practicums participants will observe and practice giving and receiving the LI Attunement protocol from each of three roles: therapist, client, and observer. In order to receive credit, each participant must remain present during the entire training, and must fully participate in all three practices.