Webinar Programs

This ten-month seminar program, “Working with the Neurobiological Legacy of Trauma,” is designed for helping professionals interested in developing greater expertise in working with complex trauma and dissociation and staying abreast of recent research and treatment advances.

Now this seminar is accessible over the internet in a webinar format! Even better, unlike a seminar, all webinar broadcasts are recorded and available in an online archive for viewing on your time schedule. Over the years, participants have requested a second year program, then a third year, and now a fourth year.

North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Australia Webinar Series

All North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Middle East webinar series begin in September 2017 and meet for two hours each month, ending in June 2018. Enrollment is now beginning for the 2017-18 series AND for an Australian series that begins in July! Some topics covered in the webinars include:

  • Implications of the neurobiological research for trauma treatment
  • “The body keeps the score:” the somatic legacy of trauma
  • Using mind-body techniques in traditional talking therapy
  • Disorganized attachment and the therapeutic alliance
  • Dissociative phenomena in the everyday lives of survivors
  • Working with shame and self-loathing
  • The challenges of self-destructive behavior

North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Middle East Webinars

Download 2017-18 North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Middle East schedules and frequently asked questions.

Tuition for North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Middle East is $475 for the series of ten webinars, including unlimited access to recordings of each session until January 2019.

**Generous group discounts.** For a group of 3-5, the cost is $375 per person; for a group of 6-9, the cost is $295 per person; and for a group of 10 or more, the cost is $275 per person. Convenient four- and ten-month payment plans are also available for group registrants. Send email to registration@janinafisher.com to enroll your group.

Registration for individuals

Select webinar and pay in full
Select webinar and pay in four installments
Select webinar and pay in ten installments

For American therapists only: Select to receive CE credit for either Level I or Level II

Select to receive CE credit for either Level I or Level II

Download information about obtaining US CE credit for Levels 1 and Levels 2.

Australia Webinar Series

Download Australia Webinar schedule and frequently asked questions.

Tuition for the Australia Webinar is $425 US for the series of ten webinars, including unlimited access to recordings of each session until January 2019.

**Generous group discounts.** For a group of 3-5, the webinar cost is $350 US or $36 per month. For a group of 6-9, the cost goes down to $295 or $30 per month. For a group of 10 or more, the cost is $275 each or $28 per session if on a payment plan. Send email to registration@janinafisher.com to enroll your group.

Registration for individuals

Select webinar and pay in full
Select webinar and pay in ten installments

Client Testimonials

“I want to thank you for the webinar training. It is probably the single most valuable training I have had to date, and something I use daily with clients.”

“This webinar series has been so helpful and surpasses the info I have found in other places that support trauma treatment with neuropsychology and mindfulness. I think it is because Janina’s heart is right there in the teaching.”

“I just wanted you to know I relished every word of Janina’s webinar! Her warm, gentle delivery was interesting and stimulating while slow enough for me to absorb the information and connect it to my own theoretical background and practice.”

“Since I started Janina’s webinar training, my clients have benefited so much and my working style has almost totally changed. I guess the learning has not just enhanced my awareness and ‘techniques’ with my clients; it certainly has changed my own awareness about myself.”