Level II: Class
Working with a Baby, Its
Parents, & their Practitioner
In this class, Karlton will finish
explaining the Perinatal Affect/Presenter chart and debrief more on the categories of perinatal trauma listed on the chart.
For supervision, Karlton will
assume a collaborative role with the volunteer therapist who brings the baby client and family. Karlton will demonstrate how to include the parents in the BMR process, and utilize the clues from
the baby’s face to illuminate the Prominent Presenter. He will also more thoroughly develop the details around the PP while tracking the tolerance threshold of the parents.
Observe Karlton tracking the tolerance threshold of the parent in relation to what is being shared through the BMR process
Notice rapport skills, use of the curiosity hook, and techniques to earn the trust and gain rapport of the parents so that everyone can work as deeply as
is appropriate for each of them
Experience the pacing of a session to manage tolerance thresholds
Understand the psychological consequence(s) of specific implicit memories connected to certain stages or substages, and make informed decisions as to which
therapeutic protocols ought to be considered
Witness how, and discuss in the debrief, the BMR therapeutic protocol can be done over Zoom
Learn homework to send the parents home with to continue offering the attention demanded by the implicit memory, or how to deal with secondary or tertiary