Association of
Somatic Experiencing Practitioners
in Ireland

Please note: The views expressed in this blog are those of the various writers' and do not necessarily represent the views of Tairseach, its Committee, EASE or SETI. For publishing guidelines, see the Welcome blog.

Using SE after one year of training

Daizan Kaarlenkaski, an ISE student reports on his integration of SE into his therapeutic work after completing Year One.

23 Feb 2024

Trauma in popular culture (2)

In keeping with the theme of the representation of trauma and its impacts In popular culture, I recently binge-watched Series 1 and 2 of New Amsterdam...

05 Aug 2021

Alex and the Scary Things: a book for SE?

Review of a book aimed at children and the people who care for them, and interestingly very close in its intention to Somatic Experiencing practice.

24 May 2021

'His House' - a film review

Or: while we may all experience the same physiology of trauma, the cultural context and unique life history influences how we survive and reconnect with our coherence and capacity.

23 Dec 2020

Welcome to the Tairseach blog!

What is this all about? And who can write in this blog?

22 Dec 2020