The Swiss Institute of Mindfulness, in a USABP Spotlight Series Event, present a guided embodied exploration. Taught and led by Boaz B. Feldman, NeuroSystemics co-founder
2 CE credits Available
This live event is recorded for on-demand home study viewing by members and paid registrants
There is mounting empirical evidence to show that our physiology functions through systems, through networks. Polyvagal theory describes that when we socially engage with other people, our nervous system regulates and restores itself. In this workshop, we will look at group psychotherapy and how to create relational contexts of safety, orientation, and enjoyment for greater physiological functioning and well-being.
We will also explore how physiology is embedded in psycho-emotional networks. Broaden-and-Build theory from Barbara Fredrickson gives many positive psychology tips to support a sense of wholeness by connecting sensory awareness practices to psycho-affective states.
Important Aspects of the Webinar:
▪ Systemic somatics: what is it?
▪ Polyvagal theory applications in group psychotherapy
▪ Key principles of the evidence-based group psychotherapist
▪ Tools from positive psychology’s Broaden-and-Build theory
▪ Fractal principles for psycho-physiological regulation
Participants will be able to:
- operate 3 tools for neuroceptive safety in group therapy
- choose from 3 key questions they can ask their clients to support resiliency-building
- conduct positive psychology strategies to increase enjoyment and pleasure in therapy
- apply a core set of empirically based Fractal principles to guide them for inner practice, 1:1 therapy, and group psychotherapy.
Instructor’s Bio: Boaz B. Feldman MSc, SEP
Boaz is a practical visionary, an experienced psychologist, keynote speaker and therapist trainer acting for worldwide positive change. He trained as a Somatic Experience Practitioner and taught Organic Intelligence as the core faculty for Europe for 5 years. Boaz has worked in numerous humanitarian contexts of conflict-affected regions (Afghanistan, Myanmar) with numerous international NGO’s, trained in Mindfulness as a monk and at university, and conducts Mindfulness and compassion research at the National Research Center for Affective Sciences at the University of Geneva. Boaz is the co-founder of NeuroSystemics and feels passionate about his activist engagement in the Extinction Rebellion movement.
Costs and CE Credits
2 CE credits available
Course fee is free to member (add $15 for CEs)
$45 for non-members (add $15 for CEs)
This live event is recorded for on-demand home study viewing by members and paid registrants. Home study coursework for CE credits requires taking a quiz.
Learn About and Get NeuroSystemic Training and Resource Info from the The Swiss Institute of Mindfulness
- Porges, S. W. (2001). The polyvagal theory: phylogenetic substrates of a social nervous system. International journal of psychophysiology, 42(2), 123-146.
- Leszcz, M. (2018). The evidence-based group psychotherapist. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 38(4), 285-298.
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