Some examples of workshops and teachings (given singly, or as part of a series) given or currently available to licensed professionals, facilities, and graduate students (CE provider #4970). This is not a comprehensive list. Please check calendar for availability, or contact Will Randle directly.

    • Creating a New Homeostasis – Treating Complex Trauma I

      Presents a psychobiological perspective of the assessment and treatment of Complex Trauma. Explores PTSD, Complex Trauma, self-harm behaviors, Dissociation & Structural Dissociation, Conversion & Somatoform Disorders. For clinicians beginning trauma work.

    • Creating a New Homeostasis – Treating Complex Trauma II & III

      Interactive development of therapy skills effective for working with chronically traumatized patients. Introduces basic somatic skills, affective competence, attachment work, object constancy, and so forth.

    • AEC v1.0.4

  • The Outer Warrior: Developing Physical Competence in the Treatment of Structural Dissociation

    Somatic approach mediating traumatized defensive and mobilization action tendencies and developing effective, un-traumatized somatic action tendencies. For experienced therapists. (ISST-D International Conference, Montreal, 2011).

  • Group Psychotherapy with Personality Disorders

    Skill development for working in group with patients diagnosed with Personality Disorders. (Center for Eating Disorders, graduate student group, 2007).

  • Growing the Good:  Integrating Buddhist Practice and the Treatment of Complex Trauma

    Bringing Buddhist practices of mindfulness, placement & analytic meditation, cause & effect, and so forth into the session through everyday practice  (ISST-D International Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2012)

  • Treatment of Eating Disorders (ED’s)

    A long-term series including topics of: diagnosis and etiology of ED’s; comorbidity & substitute action;
    determining level of care & assessing risk; managing inter-disciplinary team of therapists, RD, RN, & MD’s; treatment modalities for individual, group, & family. (The Bella Vita, 2008).

  • Compulsive & Impulsive Self-Harm with Eating Disorder Patients

    Presenting self-harm behaviors – purging, cutting, burning, etc. – in context of compulsion and substitute actions. Explains difference in etiology and presentation, assessment, and concrete skills for treatment in group and individual therapy (The Center For Eating Disorders, 2006).

  • Order from Chaos: Perspectives in Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder and DDNOS (I & II)

    Part I introduces adaptive, psychobiological model of dissociation as underlying organization vs. symptom; characteristics of traumatic memory; association & interactivity. Part II develops skills for assessment, developing a treatment model, and building skill specific for body memories & flashbacks, object constancy, affective competence, and basic somatics.

  • No Magic Bullets

    Skills for Effective Psychotherapy: Skills to develop basic affective competence,
    effective & ongoing assessment, establishing targets for short-term vs. long-term treatment, mindfulness and somatic awareness, developing a first-person locus of control, etc.  For clinicians of all levels