Webinar: Sociocultural Perspectives
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI) Presents...
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Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
in Context: Sociocultural Perspectives
led by...
SP creator and SPI founder:
Pat Ogden, PhD
with SPI Faculty:
Mary Choi MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
Laia Jorba LPC, PhD
Raymond Rodriguez LCSW-R, Rev.
and Special Guest:
Sherri Taylor, Psy.D. 

Approved for 3 CEs - details below

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WEBINAR

Wednesday

Nov. 18

Time remaining to enroll:

  • 29
    DAYS
  • 11
    HOURS
  • 47
    MINUTES
  • 50
    SECONDS
Intro from Dr. Pat Ogden & Colleagues

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

Explain two therapeutic attitudes that support sociocultural attunement when working with clients.
Describe two examples of how sociocultural influences impact body movement and posture.
Discuss three examples of implicit and/or explicit bias in clinical practice.

Learn Practical Strategies to Support Your Work with Clients from Diverse Sociocultural Backgrounds.

The impact of mainstream values and white supremacist and heteropatriarchal ideologies on psychology remains relatively under-examined both clinically and theoretically.

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy theory and practice, like the majority of contemporary psychotherapeutic methodologies, implicitly contains the values and bias of white culture.

This webinar will introduce the impact of Western perspectives on psychotherapy, and bring awareness to the influence of culture, racism, and biases toward those we perceive to be unlike ourselves.

We will also explore the impact of social locations on how we experience and interpret other people’s movements and postures, addressing the implications for somatic psychotherapists.

Foundational attitudes and actions for the socioculturally-attuned sensorimotor psychotherapist will be outlined.

We will examine our own implicit and explicit bias and microaggressions, and their impact in the psychotherapeutic process, as well as discuss common pitfalls that therapists might encounter when working with clients from diverse sociocultural backgrounds.

Different therapeutic options and strategies will be considered that can support culturally sensitive interventions.

Explore and learn with an experienced and diverse group of sensorimotor psychotherapy practitioners as you:

build awareness

expand perspective

learn strategies


to support socioculturally sensitive interventions.
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ENROLL NOW & CHOOSE WHAT YOU PAY

SPI is finding new ways to continue to support the mental health community. This online workshop is one of several resources we have developed to support you in helping clients during this challenging time.

The financial impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic are varied and widespread. That is why we are offering you the ability to choose what you pay for this online workshop.

All levels include access to live event, replay recording, and supplemental materials.

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SUPPORT

This option is for those struggling financially through this very difficult time.

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$25
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SUSTAIN

If you are sustaining yourself during this difficult time, please consider this option to pay for the basic costs of delivering this learning opportunity including faculty time.

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$75
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CHAMPION

If your finances have not been impacted, please consider being a champion of learning opportunities like this. Your payment covers the basic costs of delivering this learning opportunity including faculty time, plus institute overhead so we can keep bringing this work to the community.

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$105

The prices shown are in United States Dollars. Use this currency converter to estimate your cost >

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Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in registration?

Registration includes admittance to the live event, access to the replay recording, plus a PDF of slides and a transcript that you can download to keep forever in your personal reference library. It also includes one CE certificate for those that qualify (more detail on CEs below).

How long is the webcast?
This webcast will take place on November 18 and will offer 3-hours of live presentation. View a detailed outline of the schedule >
What time will the webcast occur?

Anchorage, Alaska, USA: 7 a.m. - 10:15 p.m.

Los Angeles, California, USA: 8 a.m. - 11:15 p.m.

Denver, Colorado, USA: 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Houston, Texas, USA: 10 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

New York, New York, USA: 11 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.

Rio de Janerio, Brazil: 1 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Dublin, Ireland | London, United Kingdom: 4 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.

Milan, Italy | Paris, France | Amsterdam, Netherlands: 5 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

Use this time zone converter if you do not see your city listed >

What if I cannot attend live?
For everyone that registers, the webinar will be recorded and made available within 24-hours after the event finishes. So, even if you cannot attend live, you will be given access to a video recording to enjoy at your convenience for up to 1-year.
Are Continuing Education credits offered?
This webcast is approved for 3 CEs. Tuition includes one free CE Certificate. Check to see a list of professions included, state approval and other details on CEs for this webinar >
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ENROLL NOW & CHOOSE WHAT YOU PAY

SPI is finding new ways to continue to support the mental health community. This online workshop is one of several resources we have developed to support you in helping clients during this challenging time.

The financial impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic are varied and widespread. That is why we are offering you the ability to choose what you pay for this online workshop.

All levels include access to live event, replay recording, and supplemental materials.

settings
SUPPORT

This option is for those struggling financially through this very difficult time.

settings
$25
settings
SUSTAIN

If you are sustaining yourself during this difficult time, please consider this option to pay for the basic costs of delivering this learning opportunity including faculty time.

settings
$75
settings
CHAMPION

If your finances have not been impacted, please consider being a champion of learning opportunities like this. Your payment covers the basic costs of delivering this learning opportunity including faculty time, plus institute overhead so we can keep bringing this work to the community.

settings
$105

The prices shown are in United States Dollars. Use this currency converter to estimate your cost >

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