Trauma Integrating Flow Therapy

Basis training content

Learning with the right brain: theory and practical aspects

  • The holistic perspective
  • The essentials of complex trauma
  • The dissociative survival branches (upper and lower branches)
  • Basic knowledge of complex systems and the dynamics of networks
  • Assessment of the client
  • The impact of the meeting point between therapist and client.
  • The Wot and the comfort zone
  • The TIFT process, and the variable time axis
  • What about the protocols?
  • Transference and countertransference
  • How to start in your practice
  • Which clients can benefit from this approach

Left-brain learning: based on an exploration of experiencing

  • The difference between a holistic and a partial perspective
  • The "sniffing" of the clien’s state in the WOT
  • Recognising the comfort zone
  • Understanding the client's state
  • Understanding our own state
  • The Experience of being in touch with the meeting point
  • To identify where movement is blocked in the client's system
  • Capturing the flow organically
  • Recognising when the client starts to change
  • Experimenting with the red wing of the butterfly


  • Theory
  • Exchange in subgroups
  • Role plays
  • Demos or videos

Course material:

  • Manual

Confirmation of attendance and successful completion of the training (Issued on behalf of Anandi Janner Steffan)