Somatic Practice

Trainings with Kathy L. Kain

About Continuing Education Credits for Kathy Kain’s Trainings

(updated September 4, 2018, for courses beginning in 2018 and thereafter)

Continuing Education credits are available for many, but not all, of our training programs. To find out whether Continuing Education (CE) credit is available for a particular class, and how many CE Hours will be awarded please see the web page for that class. If the web page for your training does not specifically indicate that CE credits are available, with a link back to this page, then we have not yet determined whether credits will be offered for the class. In all cases where CE credits are offered, the cost is $35 per certificate, payable by check or in cash at the training. Upon completion of the required hours and evaluation forms, students will be given instructions on how to obtain their certificates.

Please see below for a complete list of available CE credits, and for other specific information about our CE provider.

Continuing Education

Continuing Education credit for this program is awarded by Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) for the following professions.

Social Workers:

Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) is entitled to award continuing education credit for Social Workers. Please visit CES CE CREDIT to see all states that are covered for Social Workers. CES maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Please refer to the website page for your training to see the number of continuing education credit hours awarded.

Licensed Professional Counselors/Licensed Mental Health Counselors:

Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) is entitled to award continuing education credit for Licensed Professional Counselors/Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Please visit CES CE CREDIT to see all states that are covered for LPCs/LMHCs. CES maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Please refer to the website page for your training to see the number of continuing education credit hours awarded.

Psychologists:

Commonwealth Educational Seminars is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer continuing education credit programs. Commonwealth Educational Seminars maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Please refer to the website page for your training to see the number of continuing education credit hours awarded.

Nurses:

As an American Psychological Association approved provider Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) programs are accepted by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Every state Board of Nursing accepts ANCC approved programs except California and Iowa, however CES is also an approved Continuing Education provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, (Provider Number CEP15567) which is also accepted by the Iowa Board of Nursing. Please refer to the website page for your training to see the number of continuing education credit hours awarded.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists:

Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) is entitled to award continuing education credit for Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists. Please visit CES CE CREDIT to see all states that are covered for LMFTs. CES maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Please refer to the website page for your training to see the number of continuing education credit hours awarded.

Grievance Policy

Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) seeks to ensure equitable treatment of every person and to make every attempt to resolve grievances in a fair manner. Please submit a written grievance to CES, 1020 Osterville West Barnstable Rd, Marstons Mills, MA 02648. Grievances will initially be directed to the training instructor. Grievances would receive, to the best of our ability, corrective action in order to prevent further problems. If you have questions or concerns, contact Commonwealth Educational Seminars at (800) 376-3345.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance

Commonwealth Educational Seminars' training facilities are handicap accessible. Individuals needing special accommodations, please contact the local organizer listed on the web page for the training you are attending.

Why “Somatic Practice” ?

Kathy uses the term “Somatic Practice” to describe her work and educational approach because it can’t be simplified into a definable method or a predetermined set of techniques. Practitioners on this training path choose to engage ongoing practice that gradually changes their way of working, touching, relating, and being—thus it feels more accurate to call this work a “practice” rather than naming it as a particular “thing” or a certain person’s “training method”.