Pre-conference elective courses designed to serve the needs of our community

Our Thursday elective options are designed to support both the providers new to our ALF InterFACE community and those who strive to continue to build on the foundation of their existing education. 


For those who are joining us to learn more about ALF Therapy prior to attending our annual ALF InterFACE conference, we welcome you to attend our Introduction to ALF Therapy Course.


For existing providers, we invite you to learn about the importance of integrating Havening techniques and therapies into your ALF Therapy practice.


Intro to ALF Therapy: Frequencies, fluids and rhythms

Designed for the practitioner new to ALF Therapy

Registration: 8am

Lecture: 8:30 am-3:00 pm

Lab Module: 3 pm-5 pm

Location: The View Conference Center in the Eleven South Medical Building

 Columbia, Illinois


Lunch, snacks and beverages included



This one day overview of ALF Therapy principles and practices is helpful for those who are just getting familiar with the concepts that will be shared at InterFACE 2019.


The content contained in this one day overview of ALF Therapy is delivered in more detail in a two day hands-on course offered through the ALF InterFACE Academy, Inc.


(If you have already taken ALF 101, this course will not be necessary.)

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Registration: 8:30 am

Lecture:  Thursday 9 am-3 pm

Hands on experiential training:  Thursday 3pm-5 pm


 (Lunch, snacks and beverages included) 


Location: The Falls Conference Center  Columbia, Illinois


Instructed by Kate Truitt, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY26309)
Certified Havening Techniques Practitioner & Trainer
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional


Empowering providers and patients to utilize simple yet sophisticated techniques to overcome emotional challenges.


Understanding the benefit of augmenting delta wavelength therapies as a companion to optimizing neurologic function is an asset to the ALF Therapy clinical teams ability to provide quality, comprehensive patient care. 



The focus of the seminar  is on what would be most useful for practitioners/clinicians who are not specifically mental health practitioners and provide psychotherapeutic services but who do work with patients who experience emotional dysregulation, present with symptoms of panic/fear/etc, as well as those with trauma presentations. The goal is to support practitioners to develop the skills to provide interceptive Havening assistance for their patients as they work out a referral to a seasoned practitioner to continue the care.  To this end, the seminar will focus bringing together the Havening Techniques and brain science to teach practitioner applied interventions for patients, interventions for patients to use at home, as well as developing a personal program for self-healing and Brain Resilience. In addition to the practicum and application components, the seminar content will teach an accessible framework for understanding the impact of trauma on brain functioning  

Layers of Tissue - Levels of Understanding

Location: 11 South Professional Building Columbia, Illinois  3rd Floor (Synergy Dental Solutions)


Dr. Darick Nordstrom will instruct on the techniques that he has developed to provide safe and effective release of tethered oral tissues  while respecting and honoring the principles of surgical intervention and wound closure.  


In addition,  he will share the  clinical methods helpful for neurologic integration and soft tissue fascial releases using the  Nightlase, OraLase and HINSLR techniques.


Dr. Angela Tenholder, Dr. Scott Neish and Dick Linde from Fotona will be assisting Dr. Nordstrom in the hands-on portion of the course.


To optimize our time spent in the clinic, all registered participants will be provided with and required to watch  pre-course online lecture material to prepare them for the hands-on portion of the course.


Intimate groups will have full viewing access to live patient care using both the Lightwalker and XLase lasers from Fotona.


Two group sessions will be offered: 

3-5 pm and 5:30-7:30 pm


Registration for each group will be held 30 minutes prior to the course unless arranged in advance.

Registration for elective courses

Intro to ALF Therapy

Course size limited to the first 100 registrants.  


Licensed Providers  $300


Assistants and clinical team members $15

Havening

Course size limited to the first 80 participants


 $350 per participant 


All team members are encouraged to attend!

Layers of tissue, Levels of Understanding

Pre-requisites required


Group 1:  3-5 pm  

Group 2: 5:30-7:30pm 


 To register for this course you must contact Jamie at admin@alfinterfaceacademy.com. Each group will be strictly limited to 9. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Only a total of 18 participants will be accepted.


$400 per participant - Doctors only

Intro to ALF Therapy Licensed Provider

$300.00

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card


Intro to ALF Therapy TEAM Member

$150.00

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card


Havening- All Participants

$350.00

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card


Layers of Tissue, Levels of Understanding- email jamie at admin@alfinterfaceacademy.com