Learn how to utilize this trauma-informed parts tool for healing trauma in your clinical practice! This workshop, previously only offered in a live-online format, is now available as a self-paced home-study course. You can access all of the material whenever you'd like and return to it over and over again.
Join Sara F. Stein, MS, MSW, LMSW - in a special collaboration with Dr. Sharon Gold-Steinberg, PhD of Therapist Refresh - as they guide you through clinical applications of the Strengths of All Parts (SOAP) Chart and offer meditative, experiential learning.
This is an introductory/intermediate level workshop for psychotherapists.
A 30-minute guided trauma-informed parts-based mindfulness experience with Sharon Gold-Steinberg, PhD, of Therapist Refresh that supports therapists in exploring and resourcing their own parts of self
You will learn about the theory and rationale behind the SOAP Chart. Sara F. Stein MS, LMSW, RYT demonstrates how she uses this powerful and compassionate tool in clinical settings.
You will receive the PDF version of the SOAP Chart is now available as a downloadable resource (valued at $18). The electronic version is a wonderful tool for virtual sessions
We also created three additional handouts to enhance learning
Not only will this course leave you feeling resourced and inspired in your ability to bring the SOAP Chart and its applications into your own clinical work, upon completion you will be eligible to apply for 2.5 Continued Education Credits. through R. Cassidy Seminars. This program is for 2.5 CE
There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.
Sharon is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Ann Arbor. With over 30 years of clinical, teaching and supervisory experience. Sharon is passionate about supporting therapists to thrive in their work and to care for themselves in order to take care of others. She specializes in the treatment of trauma and attachment loss, and is a certified practitioner of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.
Sara is a doctoral candidate in the Joint Social Work and Clinical Psychology program at the University of Michigan. Her research investigates risks for experiencing relational trauma across the lifespan with an aim toward improving trauma-treatment efficacy. She specializes in the treatment of complex developmental trauma using trauma-informed parts approaches that integrate mind-body and mindfulness frameworks. Sara is passionate about bridging the wisdom of the clinical community with empirical evidence to develop useful and practical clinical tools for the treatment of trauma.