SE Live Demonstration Workshop
SE Live Demonstration Workshop
Time: 12-3pm Eastern (New York City) unless otherwise noted. To see what time this is in your local time zone, click here.
Dates: Saturdays (see below for specific dates)
Cost: $85 USD
Duration: 3 hours long
Who this is for: SEPs and SE students of all levels
Note: All consult times are US Eastern Time Zone (New York City). To translate that to your local time zone click here.
Saturday, June 12, 2021 (Note: new date!)
Saturday, July 17, 2021 Different time: 8:00 – 11:00 pm Eastern. This is the same session as the Australia/Asia groups, but may be more convenient for some people.
Saturday, July 31, 2021
Note: Online consultations are not recorded to protect confidentiality and must be attended at the scheduled time.
Note: Schedule is subject to change with Abi’s schedule. Should a schedule change be made after you have registered, you will be given the opportunity to change to another date or provided with a refund.
Registration closes 7 days prior to the consult. We are unable to accept registrations after this time.
Submitting cases and questions
You are welcome to submit a case or question you’d like SE perspective on. Please email those to email@example.com later than the Thursday prior to the consult.
Emails received after that deadline will not be addressed during the consult.
If you are presenting a case please include the following information in your email:
1. What is you professional background?
2. What is the presenting problem and the basic client demographics and
3. What SE have you tried so far?
General SE questions are also welcomed and encouraged.
Abi will look over and consolidate the information in the emails into general themes and then address more specific questions. Your case may be chosen out of the many that are received. We highly encourage those who have attended 3 case consults to present at least one time. If you have attended 2 case consults in a row and have not been chosen to present, please let us know.
NOTE: Due to the high volume of interest we will not be able to cover every case or question. However, Abi will choose several relevant cases each consultation and answer many of the general themes that come up from the group input.
We look forward to your participation and presence.
After your purchase
You will receive the details for accessing the group consultation you are registered for via email the Friday before that specific consultation.
If you do not receive it first check your spam/junk folder. If it is not there, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the contact form on the website.
Should you not receive the log-in details, it is your responsibility to let us know via email no later than the day before the consultation.
Due to the detail-oriented nature of managing an online class with so many individual participants, we are not able to assist with issues at the last moment. Additionally, handling your setup ahead of time helps us all to be calm and grounded for the group session. We appreciate your respecting this boundary.
Due to the complexity of organizing multiple participants, you will not be able to cancel or transfer to another session once you have paid.
However, you are welcome to transfer your place to another colleague in the training that you know. This will be your responsibility to coordinate and they can reimburse you.
If you arrange a transfer, please email the group coordinator at info [at] abiblakeslee [dot] com to with the date of the consultation affected and the name and email address of the individual who will be attending. The coordinator will then send the consultation details to the new attendee.
Signing session logs
Each group consultation counts as one credit hour of case consultation with an Institute faculty member towards your SEP certificate requirements. Following your group consultation, you will receive a follow-up email confirming your attendance. You will receive this email up to one week after the consultation.
This email can be submitted to SETI with your other log sheet requirements for completion of the Somatic Experiencing Practitioner criteria.
What to expect
SE Consultation is a necessary and enriching aspect of your SE training. It will allow time for you to ask personalized questions as well as help you integrate SE work into your specific practice.
I am always willing to explore topics that would be most supportive of your learning. For example, you may have general conceptual questions about the SE curriculum and how it appears in your practice, want to present an individual case, or discuss issues related to somatic resonance and somatic countertransference that would be useful to explore.
You will be asked to share a brief (and confidential) description of your client and his, her, or their background (around 5-10 minutes depending on the complexity of their history and presentation). If you have been through the intermediate training think about what “categories” of trauma they might fit into.
Also, let me know what SE interventions you have tried and what the outcome was. I may ask you to share what kinds of bodily sensations or other elements of SIBAM you have been tracking while working with them.
Some question we might explore together:
- What kinds of bodily sensations or other elements of SIBAM you have been tracking?
- At baseline where is your client’s nervous system?
- Are they regulated, sympathetically charged, or shut down?
- Do they exhibit fight, fight, and freeze in their bodies?
- How do they describe their physiological state?
- How do you perceive their physiological states in their bodies?
- Have you been able to facilitate pendulation?
- How have you used SE with them successfully?
- Where and how do they continue to be dysregulated?
I would like to co-create goals with you. For example, some goals that many SE students have are: creating a better clinical gestalt of SE, learning how to apply general SE concepts to specific cases, and the movement toward the “art” of the work that seamlessly begins to blend with your professional field.