Level I Training
The use of sensorimotor psychotherapy is a body-oriented approach that focuses on the somatic and autonomic symptoms of unresolved trauma, helping patients become more aware of the role their bodies play in their experience and lasting effects of trauma.
Sensorimotor psychotherapy is an invaluable evidence-based addition to the behavioral health professional’s repertoire of healing strategies and an investment in empowerment for patients. In the past, area residents had to travel to New York City for this intensive course. Princeton House is proud to partner with the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute to make the training available close to home this year.
The 12-day, 96-hour Level I Sensorimotor Psychotherapy course will be provided by Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute at Princeton Medical Center. Princeton House is seeking to offer 82 continuing education credits for social workers and counselors for this program.
Please check back soon for updated dates!