Module three is called an internship as it is similar to the hospital internship experience when training as a doctor, seeing real clients for the first time. This is an exciting three months of practical, hands-on application of all you have learned and will continue to learn. 

Having peeled the protective outer layers of the onion, you are ready to unpack what lies beneath. You’ll learn how to work with the buried wounds of trauma and the hidden shames of addiction that carried by many of our clients. You’ll put everything into action with a 3-month case study, working with a client.

This final module teaches you how to recognise and manage a wide range of traumas. From the time in the womb, through developmental childhood trauma to those painful experiences we face as adults. All traumas, whether medical, surgical, accidental or developmental (from childhood), impact us for life, leaving scars that can jeopardise inner happiness and peace.

Trauma, being neurologically 'hard-wired' in the brain, is difficult to change with talk therapy. This is not the case with QEC where we use the power of the subconscious mind to elicit healing. In addition, Dr Salmon’s particular interest and years of her own research work in working with addictions, has led to successful development and practical application of her QEC Addiction Formula.

With the teaching and support of Dr Salmon and her team of skilled supervisors, you’ll graduate from this course as a practitioner, confident, proficient and ready to begin seeing your own clients.


11 Jan 2024

15 places remaining

12 weeks
Live and online
Those who have completed modules 1 and 2

Live Lectures and live demos with Dr Salmon

NEW, small group practicums with your supervisor and Dr Salmon in attendance

Weekly peer partnership practicums, using QEC with your peer partner

Live small group supervision on your case study with your supervisor and Dr Salmon

Certify as a professional QEC Practitioner, listed on our website

Access post-graduate advanced courses and masterclasses

Live lectures from Dr Salmon

Live, weekly lectures
Dr Salmon will present to you on a range of specialised topics. Live lectures last 2.5 hours and include teaching, live demonstrations and Q&A session. Lecture topics include:

Lecture 3.1: Seeing new clients

In this exciting topic we’ll cover the necessary preparation before we meet new clients, including how to use and evaluate the QEC Medical Indemnity, how to take a medical history, history of childhood development and history of trauma and addictions. We’ll teach you how to use QEC to stabilise the Autonomic Nervous System and we’ll explain the “bell curve” of trauma. Finally, we’ll set goals and intentions for the work ahead.


Lecture 3.2: Trauma

This lecture starts with the question “What is trauma?” Dr Salmon will explain the QEC Trauma Formula, a simple yet powerful approach to working with trauma. You’ll understand how the Autonomic Nervous System is impacted by different traumas at different ages and how ‘coming down the bell curve' finds optimal balance.

You’ll learn how QEC can be used to change hard-wired trauma in procedural memory in the brain.

Moving forwards, we’ll discuss support and treatment plans for your clients.


Lecture 3.3: Working with special challenges in traumatised clients

We will look at how to apply our Gestalt listening skills and the QEC technique for change in the following situations: 

How to work with ‘freeze’, a state of emotional disconnection with its roots in childhood. For context, Dr Salmon will teach a brief history of ‘freeze’ back to times of hysteria and being institutionalised. 

You’ll learn how to work with clients experiencing ‘overwhelm’ and emotional ‘flooding’, when being present seems impossible. 

Dr Salmon will teach you how to work with clients whose trauma stems specifically from a break in integrity, such as violent physical abuse, sexual abuse, narcissistic parenting and toxic shame.


Lecture 3.4: Managing addiction

We will start by asking “what are addictions and can we heal from them?” The cause of addictions is now clearly understood from the work of Gabor Mate and others. We’ll cover this work as an important foundation for our QEC approach. Dr Salmon will teach you how and when to use the QEC Addiction Formula, including describing the special challenges that often arise.

You’ll understand how QEC addiction work differs to other types of trauma work in that we take a long-term approach to heal the more resistant aspects of addictive, habitual behaviour patterns.


Lecture 3.5: How to avoid being a 'fixer'

In this lecture you will gain a crucial understanding of how to help others without ‘rescuing’ them; We will ask questions such as: "Do I need to relieve the pain in others in order to relieve pain in myself? Does witnessing a suffering client trigger suffering in me? Am I clear with my boundaries and am I able to gauge when I’ve done enough? Have I ever suffered from burnout?

The cycle of reaching out to relieve suffering can be hard to stop because we get triggered unconsciously into our own past trauma. Our reaction to it, in the moment, is almost unstoppable.. It’s a sense of “I have to do something!” The work of supporting trauma requires that we attend to our own ability to hold an inner resilient and calm space for others, without being triggered.


Lecture 3.6: Supporting our clients to become their best self

This lecture explores how to help clients to unlock their potential, moving from survival to thriving. QEC work, by releasing past baggage, raises consciousness. This upwards trajectory allows us to create the life we truly want.

We need to understand how to ‘clear’ everything that’s holding us back from being our best self. We’ll review key QEC principles such as following excitement as a personal guide, releasing attachment to old dysfunctional behaviour patterns and stepping courageously into a higher energy field that allows us to create a new reality.


Lecture 3.7: Moving forwards - your journey as a QEC Practitioner

In this final lecture, Dr Salmon will cover all that lies ahead for you after certification. As part of our global QEC community, you’ll be able to attend our monthly Connect and Grow meetings and have access to our advanced QEC Trainings - also presented live with Dr Salmon. Plus, you’ll be able to attend our ongoing supervision groups to deepen your client work.

New: Small group practicums

NEW Live small group practicums
We are delighted to introduce this much needed additional item on our agenda. This will be ongoing, alternate week supervised hands-on practice in your small groups of 4, with your supervisor and Dr Salmon attending on a regular basis.

The purpose here is to practice working with both the Trauma Formula and the Addiction Formula, under supervision, exploring the the challenges and resistances we encounter in this deep work.

Small group case study supervision

Case study supervision group
You will meet every other week for 2.5 hours in your small group with your same dedicated QEC supervisor. Dr Salmon will also attend regularly. The purpose of supervision is to teach, support and help you with all the aspects of applying what you’ve learned to your live case study work.

You will be required to record the sessions with your client and bring this with you to supervision, so that we may support you with any challenges and celebrate your successes with you!

Peer partnership practicums

Peer partner practicums
This partnership, beginning early on in the QEC training is an important base for creating stability for several reasons. Not only do you have the opportunity to build trust and safety with someone in the training with you, but as trust develops, so will your willingness and ability to work at deeper layers in your own personal work.

For many trainees, the peer work that continues throughout Module 3 will become a supportive partnership and friendship for years after the training is over.

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