ARIELLE SCHWARTZ, PHD

EMDR & Parts Work for Treating Complex Trauma: Somatic Techniques to Decrease Defensiveness and Facilitate Trauma Processing
2-Day Intensive Trauma Treatment Certification Workshop: EMDR, CBT and Somatic-Based Interventions to Move Clients from Surviving to Thriving
By helping clients develop an awareness of their inner child, we can work to integrate trauma-related emotions and memories from childhood that have been sent into “exile.”

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Through the process of dual awareness, you can help clients better connect to their body and connect areas of numbness, tension, or discomfort to their trauma history.

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As a therapist, developing your own embodied awareness can help you better attune to clients’ somatic patterns of autonomic arousal and allow you to bring co-regulation into therapy.

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Arielle Schwartz, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, EMDR Therapy consultant, somatic psychotherapist, and certified yoga instructor with a private practice in Boulder, Colorado.  She earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Fielding Graduate University and holds a Master's degree in Somatic Psychology through Naropa University.  She is the author of five books on trauma recovery.  She is an international teacher with The Maiberger Institute, Agate Institute, PESI, Sounds True, and NScience, who presents on topics such as somatic psychology, EMDR Therapy, Complex PTSD, Attachment Trauma, and treating Chronic pain and illness.  She is a certified yoga instructor offering courses on applied polyvagal theory in therapeutic yoga for trauma recovery.  her integrative, mind-body approach to therapy includes relational therapy, parts-work in therapy, somatic psychology, and EMDR Therapy.





Speaker Disclosures:



Financial: Arielle Schwartz is in private practice. She is an author for W.W. Norton and receives royalties. Dr. Schwartz receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.



Non-financial: Arielle Schwartz is a member of American Psychological Association (APA); EMDR International Association (EMDRIA); and Colorado Association of Psychotherapists (CAP).