Introductory Sampler Series:

Dive into an aspect of ReParentive Therapy

Each 2-hour live virtual session can stand on its own.

Attend any combination. Sessions will be interactive and will take place via Zoom. 

Scheduling is varied to accommodate a range of needs

A recording will be available if you’re unable to attend live

$35/session or $95 for all 3

  • Missing experience 3/31 from 9-11am PST

  • Instrument of the Therapist 4/17 from 5-7pm PST

  • Mindfulness 5/3 from 11am-1pm PST

Missing experience is a key concept of the work of Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Psychotherapy is the Missing Experience. Find out how the Missing Experience is a foundation of ReParentive Therapy and how you can use it to inform your work with clients.

Instrument of the Therapist A key concept of ReParentive Therapy is co-regulation. In order to offer the client a quality of energetic containment that was lacking in their past, we start with our own nervous system. Learn some of the concepts that are taught in the ReParentive training such as grounding, ongoing self-care practices, how to track for countertransference and how to avoid enactments often exhibited by clients who were raised in invalidating environments.

Mindfulness is valued more and more in our culture at large. In ReParentive Therapy mindfulness serves to support the metabolization of experience. Mindfulness is especially important when working with clients who have not been encouraged to develop a sense of self throughout their lives. It can support them in their journey of self-discovery.

Register here for any of the upcoming sessions