Quick Links that will get you directly to things from here:
- SE Reflections Blog and Podcasts – Free! Informal musings, answers to questions and general cheerleading for SE People.
- Communicating with Traumatized Clients workshop – An Improv infused workshop for helping care professionals to help them better understand and successful communicate with distressed people.
- Polyvagal Theory Explained by Twig – Resources to help you appreciated and utilize the Polyvagal Theory in your helping profession.
- Marketing Your SE Work: A workshop reviewing the language and process of introducing SE to new and prospective clients.
- Where to Start – How to Proceed: A session series protocol suggestion for SE practitioners.
- Practicing Our Lines SE Languaging Rehearsal Weekend Information here – Twig’s funnest SE languaging workshop ever! 3 rehearsals in the US this year (LA, Seattle, Amherst)! Sign Up here.
- Phone Consultations for Practitioner Development – Individualized support for your SE studies and practice. Appropriate for SEP credit requirements and seriously good for both of us.
- Private SE Sessions – I’m available seasonally in Seattle, WA and by luck out there in the wider world.
- Details for 4-Day SE Session Clinic Study Intensives – Silly name but totally worth checking out if you’re into going farther with your SE adventure.
News that may be interesting to you:
- Definitely the best way to know about anything new I create is to be on Twig’s Newsletter for Helping Professionals.
Past Workshops and Services which might come round again at any time based on your invitation:
- A well organized archive of Twig’s workshops [link coming back soon] – Only the current workshops are here right now but I will get the old stuff back up sometime. Each listing has information that can be helpful to people digging deep into Somatic Experiencing.
- Invite Twig to your Community – Admittedly I’m traveling less but I’m still traveling. I’m always interested in hearing creative ideas.
Some ask, “Why does he put so much into this?”
And I respond, partly this is my job. As in, this is what I do to meet my financial obligations and keep myself safe that way. However, I’m not interested in just helping people feel better so I can make more money. I’m interested in making more money so I can help more people feel better. The passion comes from this recognition: I feel safer when the people around me feel safer. I’d like to help you help other people feel safer. Then I’ll feel even safer. That’s a good trade.