Mark wolynn - Inherited Family Trauma
Inherited Family Trauma
Ready to take things to the next level? Join Mark Wolynn, author of the award-winning It Didn’t Start With You (Viking/Penguin), and learn effective ways to break inherited patterns of suffering. Whether you’re already working with people or just want to learn more, this professional development course is a fast track to deepening your clinical skills.
In this training, you will learn how to work with clients—both online and in person—identifying the unconscious loyalties, unresolved traumas and hidden dynamics that contribute to patterns of illness, unhappiness and dissatisfaction. You’ll also be given the tools and essential skills to implement practical and safe interventions to deepen your client’s healing process.
Mark is currently on sabbatical, working on his next book, and isn’t scheduling workshops at this time. If you’re interested in learning how to work with inherited family trauma in your practice, or would like to take a deep dive into your own personal work, his most recent online training is now streamable as a home study course. It’s open to both clinicians and non-clinicians.
- Learn how to quickly expose the root cause behind emotions, behaviors and reactive patterns that keep your clients stuck.
- Learn to recognize the Four Unconscious Themes that can affect heath, vitality, success and relationships.
- Learn the Core Language® Approach—a specific method of questioning designed to quickly reveal the source of an issue.
- Learn how to identify trauma language that lives beneath the client’s story.
- Learn essential skills for implementing effective resolutions in one-on-one sessions.
- Learn how to work with chronic illness and persistent medical conditions.
- Learn how to track the words, fears, symptoms and behaviors that lead to unresolved traumas in the family history.
- Learn how to distinguish the pivotal events in a traumagram.
- Provide clients with a context for understanding the physical, psychological and emotional symptoms they’ve been experiencing.
- Provide clients with new images and healing sentences for resolution.
- Learn body-centered practices based in neuroscience to ground positive experiences in the body.
CLASS ONE: TRAUMA LANGUAGE
- Integrating Splits
- Trauma Language—verbal and nonverbal
~ Case: “I don’t deserve to live”
- Job of the Therapist
- Latest Research in Epigenetics
- Why Traumas Repeat
- How We Heal
- Introducing the Four Unconscious Themes
- Family History and Early Trauma Questions
- Those in Our Family System Who Impact Us
- Some Possible Sources of Early Trauma
CLASS TWO: FOUR UNCONSCIOUS THEMES
- Case: Synagogue Shooter
- Deepening the Four Themes
- Merging with a Parent
~ Case: “Tinnitus”
~ Case: “Boxed in”
~ Case: “Dyspareunia”
- Identification in the Family System
~ Case: “I hope he dies”
~ Double Shift in Object and Subject
- Rejection—a Deeper Perspective
- Essential Qualities of a Break in the Mother-Child Bond
THE ART OF LISTENING
- Facilitation—Two Types of Listening
- Listening from Inside the Body
- Four Tools of the Core Language® Approach
- The Core Complaint
~ Case: Exposure
~ Case: Schizophrenia
- 12 Questions that Generate Core Language
- Breaking Down the Intake and Session
- Who Belongs in the Family System
- Analysis of a Complex Case—What do you work with?
- Gathering the Core Descriptors
- The Impact of Negatively-Charged Language
- The Core Sentence
- Types of Core Sentences
SPINING THE ROLODEX
- Refining our Core Sentence
- Distilling It Down and Testing It in our Body
- Demonstration with Trainees
- Spinning the Inner Rolodex
- Knowing What Questions to Ask When
FROM GENOGRAM TO TRAUMAGRAM
- Spinning the Rolodex—Part 2
~ Dynamics Behind Erectile Dysfunction
~ Dynamics Behind Shame
- How Entanglements are Created
- The Core Trauma
- Creating an Inherited Family Traumagram
- Demonstration with Student
HEALING INHERITED TRAUMA
- The Traumagram—Part 2
- Effective Resolutions: Creating a New Experience
- Session Strategies
- Healing Language to Break an Unconscious Merging/Identification
- Overview: What We Learned So Far
- How to Structure an Online Session
- Working with Merging/Identification—Part 2
- Working with a Break in the Bond—
~ Eyes-Closed Exercise with our Mother
~ Locating Fragmented Parts
~ Integrating Fragmented Parts
~ Designing Homework Assignments that Anchor Integration in the Body
- Healing Language to Break an Entanglement
THE BREAK IN THE BOND
- Overview: Gathering the Clues of the Case
- The Anatomy of Healing
- Steps to Working with a Break in the Bond
~ Recognize the Signs
~ The Toolbox
- Demonstration with Student
- How to Work with Stuckness
~ Client experiences only pain, tightness, numbness, etc.
~ Client can’t feel anything in the body
- Healing Sentences for a Break in the Attachment
- Tips for Working with Inherited Trauma
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
- Facilitating Positive Images and Experiences
- “The Orders of Helping”
- Designing Homework Assignments that Sustain Integration
- Healing Sentences that Help Shift a Break in the Bond
~ Sentences a Therapist could say to Client
~ Sentences a Mother could say to her Child
~ Sentences We could say to our Mother
- Demonstration Session: Inherited Family Trauma Case