NAIO™ International understands that often there is an intensity that can occur in trainings, as a natural by-product of personal exploration of trainee and educators inner processes and therefore including within relationship to others in the group. Interpersonal processes could arise between trainees and/or between trainees, educators and staff. As outlined in Training Expectations and Conduct its is best to avoid trying to resolve these processes with the group, so as to keep the groups space clear of particular interpersonal processes. It also acknowledges unresolved conflicts can impact the group, and so it’s important to have a clear means to resolve these issues before they impact the group container.
The following outlines a process and options to resolve a conflict, complaint or grievance. It is understood that some inter-personal problems or complaints may not necessarily entail a resolution of the problem, as much as a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms driving them, in the case of transference, counter-transference, personal histories. In situations such as this, the goal may be to create a satisfactory or good enough understanding that allows both parties to be in relationship with themselves, and each other and continue the training together.
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Our program maintains the high standards of an Approved Training Program of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA). Our graduates meet all requirements to become Registered Somatic Movement Educators (RSME) and Therapist (RSMT).
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