DiaNova Institute Community Health and Sexual Trauma Recovery Program Description & Objectives:
The DiaNova Institute Community Health and Sexual Trauma Recovery Program offers classes that provide the student with the knowledge, skill and ability to understand the impact of sexual trauma, understand the DiaNova treatment programs available, and understand how these treatment programs can be introduced into a community.
The class descriptions, objectives, instructional methodologies and assessment tools are outlined in detail in the section entitled “DiaNova Institute Community Health and Sexual Trauma Recovery Program Class Offerings” that follows. This program is training for the occupation of a “Community Health Worker”, SOC Code: 21-1094.00.
Community Health and Sexual Trauma Recovery Program Class Offerings
(CLASS NUMBER TWO OF FOUR WITHIN OUR PROGRAM – This class is also available as a Stand-Alone Class – www.dianvoainstitute.com/online-classes)
CHSTR102 Clinical NLP Applied to Intimacy Anxiety Disorder
Instructor: Kimi Avary, MA,
Distance Learning & On-line Zoom Classes
Live on-site meeting location: San Francisco, dates listed in Catalog
To goal of this class is for students to be able to describe what NLP is, to understand what each of the basic tools are and why they are used, and to feel comfortable knowing when and how to use the NLP Bookending Process with clients.
Class Learning Objectives:
The following elements will be covered in this class:
- This class examines what NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) is and how it can be used to treat sexual trauma.
- As a foundation, this class explores these key skills: NLP Presuppositions, Representational Systems, Rapport, Language Patterns, and Anchoring, that are needed to be able to use The Bookending Process.
- It will be demonstrated how each of the tools taught are put together in The Bookending Process.
- Students will be expected to practice the skills taught and use their homework to report on their successes and where they need refinement.
- In addition to remote learning by streaming digital media and resources
students are expected to read the accompanying workbook and attend the virtual offices hours to receive specific guidance on when and how to use the NLP tools.
- In the final 6 hour live, in person, class students will have opportunities to get hands on demonstrations and guidance on best practices on the uses of The Bookending Process.
This class covers the following topics: What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (3) Well-Formed Outcome, and Personalized NLP Presuppositions (3) NLP Skills (9) The Bookending Process, The Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories Protocol, The NLP Phobia Process (15)
Dates listed under section II “Important Dates” in catalog
Introductory Zoom meeting: Monday (Dates listed in Catalog) 1:00PM-2:00PM (Mandatory) Live (also recorded) Class Calls: Friday for 4 weeks 1:00PM- 2:00PM
- Remote learning via digital resources
- Remote meeting in real-time by way of Zoom conference (1 hour-2 hours/week)
- On-site meeting on date listed in catalog
- Homework & worksheets
- Participation in Zoom meetings
- Homework & worksheets submissions
- Final exam due on date listed in Class Portal
- Go through The Bookending Process
- Rapport Practice
- Anchoring Practice
- Language Pattern Practice
- Discuss the class essays