11 November 2024
Join our compassionate community on a transformative journey towards healing, empowerment and skills-building!
The CARE Training is a transformative 3-year journey to learn, practice and embody bio-psychosocial skills for personal healing and professional development in the midst of a nourishing community.

NeuroSystemics methodology

NeuroSystemics focuses on restoring the vibrancy of one’s nervous system, using somatic and relational approaches. We focus on embodiment approaches in individual, small group and community practices to increase coping skills when facing stress and trauma. So much of clinical practice focuses on what’s wrong: while it is essential to have resilience in the face of challenges, our approach builds on what’s right with us, capitalizes on strengths so that we can learn to deeply embody:

“Feeling good is good, feeling better is better!”

Most of clinical work only practices with individualistic approaches, implying that our suffering is entirely our responsibility, and that we need to resolve it ourselves. However, compelling evidence in modern neuroscience shows that actually, we have evolved as a social species, and there is tremendous benefit to working and playing together. In NeuroSystemics we practice a lot in relationship, in group and in community:

“Together we go further.”

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Benefits & Key Learning

The CARE (Clinical Abilities for Resiliency & Empowerment) Training is a transformative 3-year journey to learn, practice and embody bio-psychosocial skills for personal healing and professional development in the midst of a nourishing community. There are 3 main areas of benefits:

1. Skill development:

By personally experiencing the different training activities in a safe environment, you will develop solid clinical skills for 1:1 sessions and group processes:

  • Develop a deep understanding of nervous system science, physiological indicators of resiliency & trauma.
  • Learn powerful somatic interventions to facilitate safe group process spaces, relational resiliency & group harmonization
  • Embody a mindful quality of presence to empower groups towards greater embodiment and relational attunement
  • Support clients with a human-centered and transdiagnostic perspective (focusing on what’s right with us), restoring greater health
  • Enjoy a gentle, pleasurable & solution-centered methodology with powerful positive psychology interventions (e.g. building on clients’ strengths)
  • Embody a high quality of presence : use methods based on cutting-edge neurobiological clinical research to build solid alliances with your clients
  • View the experiential process of 1:1 sessions and group work in action with live demonstrations.
  • Have access to your personal online classroom with all the recordings of your CARE training.
  • Be certified as a NeuroSystemics Practitioner (NSP) on our directory, and join the USABP:

NeuroSystemics is a USABP member, and CARE Training graduates are eligible for membership too!

2. Experiential transformation:

All training activities aim to restore our own deep seated psychobiological and relational goodness for a more mindful and purposeful life of belonging:

  • Get relief from stress, grow towards lasting inner peace by understanding your own nervous system patterns
  • Build resilient coping skills and restore dysregulation in yourself
  • Embody skills of attention regulation, self-regulation and social regulation, for yourself, your clients and groups
  • Strengthen your mind with regular practices of mindfulness, compassion and gratitude with playfulness
  • Move towards your center, root yourself further and empower your vision for a contented and meaningful life and work

3. Belonging:

Together, with a global and committed group of practitioners, it is possible to creating positive and empowering visions:

  • You will be part of a small mentor group (6-8 participants max) and meet with them regularly to discuss learnings challenges and practice together
  • Connect personally with our faculty and mentor team, including Boaz Feldman & Heath Wilson and Rebekka Haas
  • Creatively engage with highly skilled individuals in community forums to keep refining your understanding
  • Participate in a vibrant self-organizing community where we practice what we teach, and walk the talk
  • Enjoy a multi-cultural environment, with participants coming from North America, South America, Europe, the middle East and Africa. Together we’ll make our world better!


What’s UNIQUE about CARE compared with other healing approaches?

1. Social somatics: in the CARE Training you will learn key somatic techniques to assess your clients’ autonomic nervous system patterns. Additionally, unlike with other somatic approaches, you will be able to facilitate group processes harnessing the power of somatics and embodiment (Resiliency Circles). You will learn to hold and empower groups as a social organism, combining the amazing work of Irvin Yalom (Boaz Feldman’s mentor) with Polyvagal theory insights.

2. Very experiential practice: Personal sessions and group sessions work all have experiential somatic, mindfulness, here-and-now attention and safety-oriented interventions. You will be more free in your attachment issues, access deeper belonging and intimacy with others and be able to offer powerful somatic spaces for your clients and groups.

3. Beyond individualistic clinical practice: There is too much emphasis on individual approaches to healing, implying that we need to be strong enough without others. You will learn to link personal and collective trauma, and be empowered to practice in group and community. The CARE training is the only clinical training which provides all these skills in a single training with a somatic and embodiment framework.



Is the CARE Training for me?

The CARE Training is for:

  • Therapists, clinicians, psychologists, doctors & psychiatrists: learn to work with the body, build solid group facilitation skills, integrate your tools in a transdiagnostic framework, include attentional and emotional regulation.
  • New or experienced meditation practitioners & MBSR-MBCT teachers: learn nervous system science techniques to work with individuals and groups somatically.
  • Corporate and community leaders & human resource managers: develop relational practices, deepen attunement to others by becoming more sensitive to somatic, affective and group processes to increase the efficiency of your teams.
  • Social workers, yoga teachers, health-practitioners & educators: learn to create safe environments for learning and engaging optimally, understand nervous system functioning to support resiliency and empowerment.
  • Professionals in the helping professions & NGO’s: prevent burnout and tackle stress optimally, empowerment and inspiration in tackling social and environmental crises and injustices.

The completion of a CARE week-end introductory workshop (10 hours of training) is required for registration on the CARE training program. There are no other pre-training requirements.


Training Dates

Year 1:

  • CARE 1: 7 days in-person (Istanbul): November 11-17 2024
  • CARE 2: 3-days online: February 14-16 2025
  • CARE 3: 3-days online: April 25-27 2025
  • CARE 4: 3-days online: June 27-30 2025

Year 2:

  • CARE 5: 3-days online: October 10-12 2025
  • CARE 6: 7 days in-person (Istanbul): January 5-11 2026
  • CARE 7: 3-days online: April 3-5 2026
  • CARE 8: 3-days online: June 26-28 2026

Year 3:

  • CARE 9: 3-days online: October 2-4 2026
  • CARE 10: 3-days online: January 8-10 2027
  • CARE 11: 3-days online: March 20-22 2027
  • CARE 12: 7 days in-person (Istanbul): June 1-7 2027

Additional Details

  • Fee (see below): the fee covers all costs (module + workshops + mentor sessions) except personal and group sessions (total of 24h required over 3-year training certification)
  • For installments, please pay here: https://neurosystemics.learnworlds.com/course/turkey-care-2?msg=signup
  • The price includes:
    • All training costs, including: residential retreats (excluding accommodation), online trainings, mentor meetings and peer practices
    • Access to the NeuroSystemics Clinical Video Series
    • Access to all Meta-Circle Workshops (3x/year)


Turkish & English (All English will be translated).


Benefits for Early Registrants

  • Join all workshops and introductory seminars for free
  • Start learning with new friends on our E-learning platform with videos


Boaz B. Feldman, Faculty

Boaz is a practical visionary, an experienced psychologist, a Dharma teacher and trainer acting for worldwide positive change. He has worked with numerous international organisations (UNHCR, UNOCHA, WHO, Doctors Without Borders) in a variety of humanitarian contexts such as conflict-affected regions (Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Myanmar), low-income contexts (Eastern Europe) and natural emergencies (Thailand). Boaz is currently a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Zurich University Medical Faculty. He assisted Somatic Experiencing trainings and taught as the main faculty in Europe for Organic Intelligence, and now enjoys engineering and teaching innovative and integrative approaches at NeuroSystemics!

Heath Wilson, Faculty (NSP)

Working over 25 years, Heath weaves his expertise as a psychologist, trauma healer, rolf practitioner, craniosacral therapist, enneagram consultant, dating/relationship coach, and has also been trained  in Somatic Experiencing.

Rebekka Haas Çetin, Assisting Faculty (NSP)

Rebekka is a Mindfulness Coach (ICF) and counsellor for both, individual and group sessions.
She is extensively trained in Organic Intelligence®, a clinical protocol for trauma resolution through shepherding nervous system states from bottom up. Her participation in NeuroSystemics expands her contribution to healing from an individual to a greater psycho-social frame through group work (RC). She is a certified yoga teacher and the co-founder of multiple yoga Studios. Her original background is in filmmaking. Rebekka is from Germany and is now living with her husband in Istanbul, they have 3 children.



Buğu Türkoğul, Senior Mentor (NSP)

Buğu is a Biology graduate, a Mindfulness instructor, and a certified coach giving NeuroSystemics, Organic Intelligence and Mindfulness-based life coaching sessions. Buğu’s 14-year journey through yoga, education and therapy groups inspired her to facilitate Resilience Through Community groups based on creating safe social circles that values spontaneity, authenticity and openness.

Fulya Nanba, Senior Mentor (NSP)

Fulya is an experienced yoga and meditation teacher, and since 2015 she offers individual and group sessions for therapy and meditation, and retreats in Turkey. She has completed trainings in Family Constellation, Working with People, Leading Groups and Organic Intelligence, and attends long term meditation retreats annually in Buddhist Centers in Asia.

Nazlı Sarıyıldız, Senior Mentor (NSP)

Nazlı has been immersed in contemplative sciences for the last 15 years, staying to deepen the journey as fascinated everyday to see the interconnectedness of life. She is an experienced mindfulness/meditation teacher and giving in person or group sessions. Nazli is also trained in Organic Intelligence and Yoga currently living in Belgium.

  • Date: 11 November 2024
  • Language(s): İngilizce. Türkçe ardıl çeviri sağlanacaktır.
  • Contact: trcoordination@neurosystemics.org
  • Register Until: 11 November 2024


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