At the end of the two-day workshop, participants will learn:
The Emotional and Psychosomatic Regulation Integrated Psychotherapy (PIREP) is an integrated psychotherapy clinical model with an evolutionary and relational approach, in favor of an intervention aimed at regulating the emotions and bodily sensation of the patient (self-regulation and autonomic regulation), as well as their psychosomatic wellbeing, both when they are with themselves and in their intimate and interpersonal relations (intimacy regulation). This is bio-psycho-social model of intervention, which is open to the innovations that continuously establish themselves in clinical psychology, clinical psychiatry, affective neuroscience and psychosomatic medicine, currently found around the attachment, evolutionary trauma, complex trauma and PTSD theory new possibilities of integration between the dynamic clinical and the interpersonal behavioral cognitive models.
In particular, the PIREP model is polyvagal informed, namely a clinical application of Stephen Porges’s Polyvagal Theory, an integrated therapeutic process which gradually allows the patient, through encouragement of the body-mind insight, to transform their own unconscious dysfunctional patterns and regulate their own emotions and psychosomatic states at the service of their safety in staying with themselves and with the others.
What does this On-Demand Course consist of?
Il presente workshop è destinato a psicoterapeuti e consulenti con una conoscenza di base sulla Teoria Polivagale, del Felt Sense e un interesse verso l’applicazione delle sue tecniche.
What this On-Demand Course is about
The PIREP Integrated Model: The Clinical Reasoning based on the Complex Trauma and the Integrated Psychotherapy Objectives.
Introduction to Clinical Cases: Using the Diagnostic Tests to Encourage the Body-Mind-Insight of the patient, the Therapeutic Relation as a healing factor in the different treatment phases.
The PIREP Integrated Model: The Psychosomatic Reasoning in the Therapeutic Setting, Techniques for the Therapist to Listen to the Patient, the Focusing and the Interactive Co-regulation in Psychotherapy.
Presentation of clinical cases: transference, counter-transference, managing ruptures in the therapeutic alliance, Focusing as a neural exercise in the setting.
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