CranioSacral Therapy for Pediatrics 1 (CSP1)

 

Course Duration:
4 days with the following schedule:
Day 1: Registration 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Day 2-4: 09:00 a.m.
Due to the nature of the workshop, the end time of the afternoon sessions cannot be determined exactly in advance, will be somewhere around :05:00 p.m. - 07:00 p.m.

Venue:
Terrapark (Conference Room)
2040 Budaörs, Liget Str. 3/2
Hungary

Instructor:
Carol McLellan CST-D, C.M.T., C.D. (USA)
Orsolya Gábriel CST-D, NP

Teaching Assistants:
Tímea Jeges CST-T, N.P.
Erzsébet Márkuszné Győri CST-T, C.N.P.
Marianna Dörnyeiné Rozs P.T., O.M.M.

The organizer reserves the right to change the course location, person of the Instructor and Teaching Assistants, about which applicants will be informed in advance via e-mail or phone.

Course Description:
CSP1 deals with applying CranioSacral Therapy, SomatoEmotional Release® and Enegry Cyst release on newborns, infants and little children. In the course participants take part in a joyful journey, during which they get to know the anatomical differences of the craniosacral system of infants, children and adults, and how the techniques can be applied accordingly.
Participants learn how to approach and establish relationship with children other than neurologically standard. They begin to understand the neurological function behind the unusual behavior, neural development and reflexes. They practice the palpation of the CranioSacral rhythm on “ever-moving” children.
After understanding deeper the process of birth, we have the opportunity to close the biological processes in connection with our own birth. It is a priceless experience in order to learn how to create the appropriate therapeutic atmosphere for someone who is about to process his or her own birth.
Establishing the grounded therapeutic presence plays a vital role during the whole course, as it is far more important when treating infants, little children and their families, than in case of sessions with adults. Children grow up in families, therefore participants also deal with family dynamics, and learn how to work with it as therapists, and how to realize the ongoing processes.
During the 3rd and 4th day of the course, participants have the possibility to practice treating infants, children and their family under professional supervision. By the end of Day 4 participants thoroughly understand the basis of pediatrics, and gain the necessary self-confidence in treating children.

Course Highlights:
- Why therapies at early ages can reduce the percentage of the appearance of central nervous system problems,
- Discovering the development milestones appearing during and after conception,
- Practicing treating infants and children under professional supervision.
- Discovering a 10-Step Protocol applicable when examining newborns,
-Discussing the application possibilities of CST in case of children coping with central nervous system damage (cerebral paresis), paroxysms and other health problems,
- Covering different topics such as understanding the process of birth, treating pregnant women and their fetus, treating recent moms and their newborns, as well as, working in a traditional obstetric environment.

Course Fee:
210.000 HUF that is two hundred ten thousand Forints including Registration Fee, the cost of interpreting and the price of one CSP1 study guide in English, but does not include the costs of food, lodging and transportation during the training, nor the costs of the level exam and treatments described as prerequisites of participation.

Payment Method and Conditions:
35.000 HUF that is thirty-five thousand Registration Fee is to be paid via bank transfer at registration. In case of bank transfer please indicate your name and the course code in the Description Section. The amount of the remainder is 175.000 HUF, that is to be paid either in cash or via bank transfer after previous confirmation.

Conditions of Cancellation:
Cancellation deadline free of liquidated damages: the 42nd day prior the first day of the course. The amount of liquidated damages in case of a cancellation of 42-35 days prior the first day of the course is 50% of the Course Fee, and in case of a cancellation of 35-28 days prior the first day of the course it is 70% of the Course Fee. In case of a cancellation within 28 days prior the first day of the course, the amount of liquidated damages is the total Course Fee. 35.000 HUF Registration Fee is included in the Course Fee. In case of a cancellation this amount is not refunded.

Conditions of Participation:
- Successfully completed CS1, CST2, SER1 és SER1 exams;
- Agreement to comply with our general principles, rules of procedures and Code of Ethics;
- Approval of the Head of the Course Organizer that is Upledger Institute Hungary Ltd..
- Submission of the application documents (1 copy of the Application Form filled in completely, 2 copies of the Course Contract signed on each page, 1 piece of a photo not older than 6 months) within the given deadline;
- Complete payment of the Participation Fee within the given deadline.
- Preparation and submission of at least 20 case studies;
- Active participation in at least four study group sessions within six months prior the course, or confirmed participation in private lessons;
- Successful Level Exam prior the training covering the learning material of CST1, CST2 and SER;
- Active participation in two SomatoEmotional Release® sessions as a patient, by a CST-T certified therapist being at least at AVD1 level.
- 1 CSP treatment visit at the Health Center of Upledger Institue Hungary by Orsolya Gábriel. The visit is free of charge. Preliminary appointment request is required;
- Suggesting at least 1 newborn, infant or little child take part in the program, using the ‘Application Form for CSP1 presentations’ that can be found among the Downloadable documents.

Application Process:
The documents necessary for the application can be downloaded by clicking on the links at the bottom of the page.

Recommended Reading:
The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins
A Brain is Born, John E. Upledger D.O., O.M.M.
The Out of Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder, Carol Stock Kranowitz
The Out of Sync Child has Fun, Carol Stock Kranowitz
The Fabric of Autism – Judith Bluestone
Life Before Birth – Moore and Persand
Whats Going on in There?  I. Elliot (Bow a brain and Mind Develop in First 5 Years)
Autism and Sensing, Donna Williams
Nobody Nowhere, Donna Williams
The Jumbled Jigsaw, Donna Williams
The ADHD Autism Connection, Kennedy
Kids in the Syndrome Mix of ADHD, LD, Aspergers, Martin Kutched, M.D.
Triumph of the Embryo, Wolpert
Problem Child or Quirky Child, Sommers and Flannagan
Birth Without Violence, Bawlins
Building Bridges, Yacht, Achilla, Sutton
Why Love Matters, Sue Gerhardt
The Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton
Mapping the Mind, Rita Carter
Reflexes Learning and Behaviour, Sally Goddard
Sensory Integration and the Child, Jean Ayres
Born on a Blue Day, David Tammet
Dibs in Search of Self, Virginia M Axline
The Drama of Being a Child, Alice Miller
Emergence - A True Story - Labelled Autistic, Temple Grandin
A Thorn in my Pocket, Eustacia Cutler (Temple Grandin’s Mother)
Send in the Idiots: Stories from the other side of Autism, Kamran Nazeer
Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight, Sharon Heller, Ph.D.
The Secret Life of the Unborn Child, Dr. Thomas Verny
Children with Starving Brains, Jaquelyn McCandless, M.D.
Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Dr. Natasha Campbell McBridge, M.D.
The Brain that Changes Itself, Norman Doidge
The Caesarian, Michel Odent
The Farmer and the Obstetrician, Michel Odent
The Ontogenetic Basis of Human Anatomy, Erich Blechschmidt
Thinking in Pictures, Temple Grandin
From Conception to Birth, a Life Unfolds, Alexander Tsiaras
Childhood Disrupted (How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology), Donna Jackson Nakazawa
Mindblindness, Baron Cohen
The Reason I Jump, Naoki Higashida
Neurotribes The Legacy of Autism and How to Think Smarter About People Who Think Differently, Steve Silberman
GUT - The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Under-rated Organ, Giula Enders
Missing Microbes, Abraham Verghese, M.D.
Brain Stars, Glia Illuminating Craniosacral Therapy, Tad Wanveer

Additional Information:
Some techniques require the usage of rubber gloves provided by the training organizer. Participants being latex-sensitive should take care of gloves made of other materials themselves.
Wearing loose and comfortable clothing (preferably no jeans) and indoor slippers during the course is recommended.
On Day 3 and 4 of the workshop, participants work together with children in pairs. In most cases children can take part in the program based on the participants’ recommendations. Very often they benefit very much from the sessions. We receive numerous letters from the parents of children taking part in the CSP workshop reporting how huge impact this short session had on the life of the whole family. Unfortunately, in case of the participants cannot recommend the appropriate number of infants and children to take part on the program, it can badly influence the quality of the workshop. We kindly ask the participants not to wait for others to recommend children. Please fill in and send back the enclosed document called ‘Application Form for CSP demonstrations’.

At the end of the course students will receive a certification issued by the Upledger Institute Hungary. The issue of the certification is subject to the students’ presence during the whole period of the course, as well as, to their active participation and cooperation. The issued certificate does not qualify for individual medical activity!
Participation in the course only does not give the right to use the title ‘CranioSacral Therapist’, or call the activity ‘CranioSacral Therapy’, until the CST-T (CranioSacral Therapy Technique Certificate) exam is passed successfully covering the learning material of the CST1 and CST2 courses.

Moreover, we would like to draw the participants’ attention to the Edict No. 40/1997. (III.5.), as well as, to the NM Decree No. 11/1997 (V.28.), that professional practice of the techniques learnt in the course is subject to authorization. The participant is obliged to meet the legal requirements in order to carry out professional practice.