Somatic Resilience and Regulation: Early Trauma

Somatic Resilience and Regulation Training

This training is available at the Resilience and Regulation website.

Somatic Resilience And Regulation: Early Trauma: A Somatic Approach To Supporting Recovery From Developmental Trauma

This three-module program focuses on understanding the effects of trauma during early development. We present techniques for working with both children and adults, including recognizing developmental trauma in its adult disguises. By understanding how trauma affects the developing child, we can better understand our adult clients' symptoms of early trauma and be more effective in our work with them. Click the button below to be taken to the Somatic Resilience and Regulation website.

About The Co-Founders

Kathy L. Kain Portrait

Kathy L. Kain, SEP

Kathy L. Kain has practiced and taught bodywork and trauma recovery skills for over 30 years. She teaches in Europe, Australia, Canada, and throughout the United States. Kathy’s trainings cover various interwoven focus areas, including trauma recovery, somatic touch, self-regulation skills, and resilience. These focus areas ultimately weave together into a unified somatic approach to touch, awareness, and relationship. Her educational approach encourages students to engage an ongoing practice that deepens their skills and expertise as they gradually embody the work and make it their own. Kathy is a senior trainer in the Somatic Experiencing training program, an adjunct faculty member of Sonoma State University, and was a senior trainer for 12 years in the Somatic Psychotherapy training program based in Sydney, Australia. She co-authored the book Ortho-Bionomy: A Practical Manual.

Stephen Terrell

Stephen J. Terrell, PsyD, SEP

Steve Terrell is a single adoptive parent of two children, living and practicing in Austin, Texas. Steve specializes in Attachment and Developmental Trauma Therapies. He has fully integrated touch work into his practice, which focuses on children and adults who have been affected by early trauma. He is a recognized leader in his work with adopted children and their families (both domestic and international). He combines his training in Neurosequential Development, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Play Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Touch Skills Training for Trauma Therapists, Reality Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization (EMDR). He has also worked with first responders and is trained in Trauma First Aid. Steve is a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops on attachment-related issues and the neurobiology of trauma.

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