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Adaptive Internal Relational
(AIR) Network Anchor Framework

Patti Miller, MA, LP 

Phyllis C. Solon, PsyD, LP

This is the First training in the Adaptive Internal Relational (AIR) Anchor Model sequence

We have typically held the training over 4 weekends 8 hours per day in the Fall and Spring since 2015.

We are doing the AIR 2024 training differently based on our experience doing an international training with MENA clinicians and trainings over 5 weekends in 2023.

Fall 2024 AIR training 

will take place on 4 weekends

8am-1:30pm CST

 

September 13-14 (Fri-Sat)

October 18-19-20 (Fri-Sat-Sun)

November 15-16-17 (Fri-Sat-Sun)

December 20-21 (Fri-Sat)

There are approximately 50 in person spots with an unlimited number of online spots available for the training.  we have done Hybrid trainings since 2021 and have been using participant feedback to continue to improve the experience.

 

Pricing:

Early registration $1695.00 ($1795.00 after July 1, 2024)

 

Non-profit/ student/ military veteran early registration  $1595.00  ($1695.00 after July 1, 2024)

 

Special pricing for groups:

Three or more registered together take 100.00 off each registration 

Continuing Education:

50 hours of Continuing Education approved 

  • Minnesota Board of Psychology  - LP

  • Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy - LMFT

  • Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health Therapists 

    • LPC, LPCC, LADC

MN Board of Social Work:

Multiple LICSWs have taken our training over the last 5 years and have successfully submitted these hours to the board for their continuing education requirements.  (SW board does not provide continuing education credits to individual trainings only organizations that do multiple trainings.)

General schedule for each day:

7:30-8 check in

8:00 Start

1:30 End

This training is open to all providers and relevant to educational, therapeutic, health, pastoral and other settings where adults with traumatic histories go for help, counsel and care.

Developmental Considerations in Therapy
Phyllis C. Solon, PsyD, LP

TBD

8-1:30 daily

Development occurs throughout childhood and adolescence across Intellectual, Physical, Emotional, Psychological, Relational, and Social Domains within complex intersections of place, culture, privilege and oppression. Familiarity with typical development across domains is important to understanding the impact of life events and traumatic experiences.

This training will be grounded in the AIR Network Theoretical Framework.

 

It is open to all providers and relevant to educational, therapeutic, health, pastoral and other settings where adults with traumatic histories go for help, counsel and care.

This training will present information  about critical periods in development from a neurological, integrative framework. The impact of significant events, traumatic experiences and emotional neglect will also be presented. 

Information and experiential exercises will be included to increase your understanding of developmental stages, vulnerabilities and resilience which can enhance your regular practice with clients who are physically out of childhood.

Learning Objectives ​ 1. Understand realms of typical development and the complex interplay between them throughout development 2. Gain Familiarity with the characteristics of the three broad developmental periods and their sub-phases: Childhood, Adolescence, Emerging Adulthood 3. Identify specific developmental tasks for each phase of development and the unique risks and vulnerabilities inherent therein 4. Understand how developmental risk and protective factors from each phase impact vulnerability and resilience which informs how adults show up in life and therapy 5. Integrate developmental information in case conceptualization and treatment planning

Continuing Education:

15 hours of Continuing Education approved by:

  • Minnesota Board of Psychology  - LP

  • Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health Therapists  - LPC, LPCC, LADC

  • Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy - LMFT

Ethical Considerations in multi-cultural Therapy

Abyan Bashir, MSW, LICSW, PsyD

Phyllis C. Solon, PsyD, LP

May 3-5 2024 

8-1:30

This training will be grounded in the AIR Network Theoretical Framework.

 

It is open to all providers and relevant to educational, therapeutic, health, pastoral and other settings where adults with traumatic histories go for help, counsel and care.

More Details and registration information

coming soon

AIR Network Anchors Resourcing Workshop

Using the 6 Anchors for Rescue

and Resource Missions

 

Patti Miller, MA, LP 

Phyllis C. Solon, PsyD, LP

 

April 19, 20, 21 2024 

8-1:30

This advanced AIR network workshop will include didactic information about the AIR Network Anchors, and Resource and Rescue Missions along with large group experiential exercises, Real/role plays and small group practice sessions throughout all 3 days. 

 

This training is open to anyone who has previously taken the 50 hour

Foundational AIR Network training

Learning objectives

1. Understanding Complex PTSD and Dissociative responses in therapy. 

2. Advanced understanding of the 6 AIR Anchors and when/how to use them. 

3. Using knowledge and practice of AIR anchors for Rescue and Resource Missions

Continuing Education:

15 hours of Continuing Education approved by:

  • Minnesota Board of Psychology  - LP

  • Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health Therapists 

    • LPC, LPCC, LADC

  • Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy

General schedule for each day:

7:30-8 check in

8:00 Start

1:30 End

coercive control in couples, families and systems

Lindsey Merritt, MS, PsyD

Phyllis C. Solon, PsyD, LP

TBD 

9-2:30

Details and registration information

coming soon

This training will be grounded in the AIR Network Theoretical Framework.  

It is open to all providers and relevant to educational, therapeutic, health, pastoral and other settings where adults with traumatic histories go for help, counsel and care.

The onsite training will be at The Justin Center on 694 and LongLake Road for up to 50 participants. There is ample room  for small groups of 3-4 to practice the skills that we will be teaching and one of us will facilitate the small groups there while the others will facilitate the small groups via zoom. There are large screen TVs to watch the Powerpoints and connect to the Zoom participants throughout the training.

 

A second option is to register with 3-5 colleagues and meet together at a place of your arranging. It works best if you can cast Zoom to a TV to watch the presenters. You will then be able to practice in person with the group you are meeting with and will be assigned to one "breakout room" so that one of the trainers can check in on your group during the practice times. We can assist with getting connected if needed.

 

The third option is to watch the training via Zoom on your own and then participate in practice sessions via "breakout rooms" with other participants who are attending individually and remotely. Our experience training over Zoom suggests that it is to your advantage to meet in a small group rather than indidvually however we know that this is not possible for some individuals.

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