Date: December 6 at 12 p.m. ET
Unyte Health is thrilled to welcome Shelly Melroe M.S., M.A., LMFT, to this Provider Spotlight webinar. Hosted by Rebecca Knowles, Director of Research and Education at Unyte Health, this webinar will explore the elements and considerations of human psychophysiology that can enhance the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) experience as you envision building it into your practice. Enhancement elements we’ll explore include increasing interconnections between thoughts, emotions and sensations, felt sense and autonomic state.
We’ll also identify dynamics within SSP delivery that may be limiting outcomes for your clients such as over regulating physiology, limiting emotional processing or directing movement that is contrary to the body’s natural impulse. We’ll examine the contribution of inner dynamics such as beliefs and relational adaptations that mirror our outward experience of work and life, a key underpinning of stress. This session will be beneficial for mental health professionals working across a multitude of modalities such as EMDR, SE, CBT, IFS and beyond.
Shelly is the founder of the Institute for Systemic Growth, LLC which provides courses, coaching, and community for professionals and executives. In her writing, speaking, and approach to therapy and coaching, Shelly emphasizes harmonized growth in a world with increased uncertainty and unknowns.
Join us as we discuss the benefits of bringing a level of curiosity to the SSP experience and explore the multiple dynamic levels of psychophysiology.
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This discussion will explore:
- Ways to enhance the outcomes of SSP delivery by working with the mechanisms in psychophysiology such as the links between sensation, emotions and thoughts.
- Dynamics within SSP delivery that may be limiting outcomes for your clients.
Shelly Melroe, SSP Provider and Mentor, M.S., M.A., LMFT
Shelly Melroe, M.S., M.A., LMFT, is the founder of the Institute for Systemic Growth, LLC which provides courses, coaching, and community for professionals and executives with a passion to develop themselves as a spark for sustainable change around them. In her writing, speaking, and approach to therapy and coaching, Shelly emphasizes harmonized growth through stress and challenge for ease in a world with increased uncertainty and unknowns.
Shelly brings expertise culminating from decades of leading collaboration and innovation initiatives within and between corporate and industry organizations as well as, most recently, running an innovative therapy practice, Rhythm for Living Therapy & Counseling. She is a Certified SSP Provider and Mentor, Certified Practitioner of Integral Somatic Psychology, EMDRIA-trained EMDR provider, trained in various other psychophysiological and energetic techniques, and a pilot user of Televagal Physiocam.