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ONLINE Monthly Small Group Training in Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems (CIMBS)

Monthly Small Group Training in CIMBS
trainers
Zandra Zimmerman or Ellen Beauchamp
Details

These small group trainings include:

  • Video-recordings of clinical therapy sessions by participants and instructors.
  • Video-recordings of clinical therapy sessions by participants and instructors.
  • Elaboration of CIMBS therapeutic skills
  • Experiential learning with demonstrations and role-playing
  • Discussions of Theory

We have monthly courses running on both Monday and Thursday evenings (approximately 5.30-8.30) via zoom.us a video conferencing service. Our trainers Zandra Zimmerman & Dr Ellen Beauchamp join us from Seattle, USA.

A little about our CIMBS trainers

Dr. Ellen Beauchamp

My belief: We are born with healing potential that is always active and accessible. Each of us are born capable - with a constant capacity to learn and change. Throughout my 30 plus years as a clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist, my purpose is to walk with those who seek care and change helping to initiate healing and growth - strongly,

Since 2005, I have studied, pondered, attended bi-annual workshops, monthly training sessions, participated in on-going personal therapy, obtained certification as a CIMBS therapist, supervised and taught CIMBS. From research and personal experience, we know the primary healing force of any psychotherapy happens in the context of the attentive, trusting and caring relationship of the therapist with the patient.

Contrary to traditional therapy which often focuses on the life stories the patient brings to the therapy session, CIMBS brings the patient to that which is occurring in the on-going moment to moment present experience of ‘now’. Not only that which the patient is thinking and feeling but most importantly what the patient is physically feeling within this present experience allows the unfolding of healing and new dimensions of living. In this sacred inner world of experiencing, we open the underlying strengths and those facets of our ‘self’ that need strengthening. Our awareness of what is happening in the present moment within us and around us, our inner authority to use this awareness of knowing that we are important and to discern to choose our ‘wants’ gives us the basis for discerning what is ‘true’ and meaningful for us. Also, emerging is our own

ability to be assertive about our own wisdom and choices and, inside of ourself, to know that our beliefs, opinions and choices are our own. Having these capacities, we are able to be beneath the happenings and stories of our life which may cause anxiety, depression, difficulties in relationships - intimate, social and work. With all of these capacities we can use our wisdom in directing our life in thriving and in contentment and delight.

In this context we are able to hold that our need for safety (physical and emotional) is foundational for our thriving in life. Self-care, emotional connection with ourself and others, the ability to have our voice about our thoughts, feelings, needs.., the ability to play, the ability to be curious and seeking, the ability to have pleasure emerge as vitally important in every cent and in every facet of our lives.

In working with my patients, my eyes, my heart and my brain are absolutely tuned into everything that is happening with the patient: verbally, non-verbally, conscious, non-conscious. I gently illuminate the underlying aspects of what the patient is expressing - is this about bout being afraid and not feeling safe? in this moment? about wanting to have their voice? about caring for themself ? or being aware they can care for themself? about being afraid and wanting to connect? And in the present moment of ‘right now’, join with them in having their voice and being expressive; about giving themselves permission to care about and for their ‘self’; about sensing they are truly safe here with themself and with myself; align with them in the safeness of connection.... to build upon their own capacities to be aware, paying attention to themselves and being more alive and connected with themselves and their world.

Living our own life then becomes a dance, of listening and responding to our own basic needs and being aware and using our capacities. To be physically and emotionally safe, to care for ourselves, to be in connection with ourself and others and, as we deeply regard ourselves, so then we deeply regard others. In our awareness and paying attention to our authentic self, we are able to use our inside authority to know our own choices, to find our wisdom to make these choices, and to bring them to life in our world.

To be deeply seen and see; to be deeply heard and to hear, to deeply accept and love ourselves and others unfolds sacredly in this process we call CIMBS.

Zandra Zimmerman

I have been a therapist in private practice for 25 years.  I am a state approved supervisor for Associate Mental Health Counselors working toward licensure. I work a lot with attachment issues, PTSD, and childhood abuse.  I tend to get clients referred by other therapists who feel they have tried everything they know to do and the treatment feels stuck.  

About ten years ago I was introduced to CIMBS and it changed my professional life!  I now had something for when clients were “tired of talking about their past.”  Prior to CIMBS I would cringe when anxiety was the presenting issue.  I knew it would be a long, slow, painful process of CBT and systematic desensitization.  Now when clients call reporting anxiety I respond with excitement and optimism. “Do I have something for you!”

CIMBS has brought a vitality to my practice.  I LOVE focusing on retraining the brain; on the clients’ strengths rather than their limitations.  Energy follows focus.  I no longer focus on the depression or anxiety that brings a client in.  Now we focus on the positive activations that trigger the presenting problem symptoms.  It is so much more positive and empowering for the client.  At the end of the day, I am no longer depleted.  I am energized by this work!  Therapy is fun. We get to be playful and positive and immediate and highly collaborative and intimate and authentically connected more deeply than any other approach I have encountered.  It often feels sacred.  I love introducing clients to what I call their “could-be-ness.” 

Love heals.  Whether it is called love, or unconditional positive regard, or caring, it is explicitly in the room and the premise from which CIMBS flows and profoundly changes lives.  Plus, clients make the progress in 6 to 9 months that used to take 2 to 3 years.  We often call CIMBS “Quantum therapy” or “therapy on steroids” because it is so powerful and life changing for my clients. 

TO FUND THIS COURSE THROUGH AN ORGANISATION

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suitable for

Qualified Psychotherapeutic Professionals

Price

£650.00

Price (organisation funded)

£780.00

Location

Online

date

September 2, 2019

end date

Duration (DAYS)

5

TIME

5:30pm-8:30pm

£650.00

This course is ONLY available to Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Mental Health Practitioners

£650.00

This course is ONLY available to Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Mental Health Practitioners

TO FUND THIS COURSE THROUGH AN ORGANISATION

ENQUIRE HERE
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ONLINE Monthly Small Group Training in Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems (CIMBS)

Monthly Small Group Training in CIMBS
trainers
Zandra Zimmerman or Ellen Beauchamp
Details

These small group trainings include:

  • Video-recordings of clinical therapy sessions by participants and instructors.
  • Video-recordings of clinical therapy sessions by participants and instructors.
  • Elaboration of CIMBS therapeutic skills
  • Experiential learning with demonstrations and role-playing
  • Discussions of Theory

We have monthly courses running on both Monday and Thursday evenings (approximately 5.30-8.30) via zoom.us a video conferencing service. Our trainers Zandra Zimmerman & Dr Ellen Beauchamp join us from Seattle, USA.

A little about our CIMBS trainers

Dr. Ellen Beauchamp

My belief: We are born with healing potential that is always active and accessible. Each of us are born capable - with a constant capacity to learn and change. Throughout my 30 plus years as a clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist, my purpose is to walk with those who seek care and change helping to initiate healing and growth - strongly,

Since 2005, I have studied, pondered, attended bi-annual workshops, monthly training sessions, participated in on-going personal therapy, obtained certification as a CIMBS therapist, supervised and taught CIMBS. From research and personal experience, we know the primary healing force of any psychotherapy happens in the context of the attentive, trusting and caring relationship of the therapist with the patient.

Contrary to traditional therapy which often focuses on the life stories the patient brings to the therapy session, CIMBS brings the patient to that which is occurring in the on-going moment to moment present experience of ‘now’. Not only that which the patient is thinking and feeling but most importantly what the patient is physically feeling within this present experience allows the unfolding of healing and new dimensions of living. In this sacred inner world of experiencing, we open the underlying strengths and those facets of our ‘self’ that need strengthening. Our awareness of what is happening in the present moment within us and around us, our inner authority to use this awareness of knowing that we are important and to discern to choose our ‘wants’ gives us the basis for discerning what is ‘true’ and meaningful for us. Also, emerging is our own

ability to be assertive about our own wisdom and choices and, inside of ourself, to know that our beliefs, opinions and choices are our own. Having these capacities, we are able to be beneath the happenings and stories of our life which may cause anxiety, depression, difficulties in relationships - intimate, social and work. With all of these capacities we can use our wisdom in directing our life in thriving and in contentment and delight.

In this context we are able to hold that our need for safety (physical and emotional) is foundational for our thriving in life. Self-care, emotional connection with ourself and others, the ability to have our voice about our thoughts, feelings, needs.., the ability to play, the ability to be curious and seeking, the ability to have pleasure emerge as vitally important in every cent and in every facet of our lives.

In working with my patients, my eyes, my heart and my brain are absolutely tuned into everything that is happening with the patient: verbally, non-verbally, conscious, non-conscious. I gently illuminate the underlying aspects of what the patient is expressing - is this about bout being afraid and not feeling safe? in this moment? about wanting to have their voice? about caring for themself ? or being aware they can care for themself? about being afraid and wanting to connect? And in the present moment of ‘right now’, join with them in having their voice and being expressive; about giving themselves permission to care about and for their ‘self’; about sensing they are truly safe here with themself and with myself; align with them in the safeness of connection.... to build upon their own capacities to be aware, paying attention to themselves and being more alive and connected with themselves and their world.

Living our own life then becomes a dance, of listening and responding to our own basic needs and being aware and using our capacities. To be physically and emotionally safe, to care for ourselves, to be in connection with ourself and others and, as we deeply regard ourselves, so then we deeply regard others. In our awareness and paying attention to our authentic self, we are able to use our inside authority to know our own choices, to find our wisdom to make these choices, and to bring them to life in our world.

To be deeply seen and see; to be deeply heard and to hear, to deeply accept and love ourselves and others unfolds sacredly in this process we call CIMBS.

Zandra Zimmerman

I have been a therapist in private practice for 25 years.  I am a state approved supervisor for Associate Mental Health Counselors working toward licensure. I work a lot with attachment issues, PTSD, and childhood abuse.  I tend to get clients referred by other therapists who feel they have tried everything they know to do and the treatment feels stuck.  

About ten years ago I was introduced to CIMBS and it changed my professional life!  I now had something for when clients were “tired of talking about their past.”  Prior to CIMBS I would cringe when anxiety was the presenting issue.  I knew it would be a long, slow, painful process of CBT and systematic desensitization.  Now when clients call reporting anxiety I respond with excitement and optimism. “Do I have something for you!”

CIMBS has brought a vitality to my practice.  I LOVE focusing on retraining the brain; on the clients’ strengths rather than their limitations.  Energy follows focus.  I no longer focus on the depression or anxiety that brings a client in.  Now we focus on the positive activations that trigger the presenting problem symptoms.  It is so much more positive and empowering for the client.  At the end of the day, I am no longer depleted.  I am energized by this work!  Therapy is fun. We get to be playful and positive and immediate and highly collaborative and intimate and authentically connected more deeply than any other approach I have encountered.  It often feels sacred.  I love introducing clients to what I call their “could-be-ness.” 

Love heals.  Whether it is called love, or unconditional positive regard, or caring, it is explicitly in the room and the premise from which CIMBS flows and profoundly changes lives.  Plus, clients make the progress in 6 to 9 months that used to take 2 to 3 years.  We often call CIMBS “Quantum therapy” or “therapy on steroids” because it is so powerful and life changing for my clients. 

TO FUND THIS COURSE THROUGH AN ORGANISATION

ENQUIRE HERE
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