Join Caryn for in Austin for Live AST Model® Intro as well as Returning AST Model® Student Demo/Case Debriefs.

LIVE AST Model® Intro

Please join AST Model® developer, Caryn Scotto d’Luzia, on March 18th, in Austin, Texas, for a LIVE Intro to the AST Model®. This event will include 14 paradigm shifts of AST Model® theory, dynamic group work, and a live Demo. Find out what it takes to move core stuckness forward. You will never experience shame the same way again. Space is limited, and once filled, we will take names on a waiting list basis. Don’t miss this rare opportunity.

Returning AST Model® Student Demo/Case Debrief

Gather to debrief demos and discuss clients through the gentle yet powerful lens of the AST Model with Caryn. This is optn to AST Model students who have attended a live AST Model Level 1 training, attended a full length AST Model webinar, attended any AST Model online course or are or have been part of an AST Model case review group with Caryn. Bring your questions, where you feel stuck with your clients, in applying this work, or whatever is relevant to advancing AST Model learning. PDF will be included in your tuition.

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Enrollment is now open for the 3 Semester Online Intensive Course: Intersection of Shame & Trauma Combining SE & AST Model® for More Effective Client Outcomes

Taught by Caryn Scotto d’ Luzia, MA, SEP, Developer of AST Model of Holistic Shame Resolution®. 

Enrollment is open for all 3 semesters, or you can purchase just one or two.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to learn Caryn’s incredibly life changing work.


Build Shame Resilience, Empower Your Clients, Resolve Inner Conflicts

AST Model® for SEPS 3 Semester Online Intensive Course
In partnership with the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute

Highly-focused learning when the SE and AST Model®’s are combined for greater client outcomes.


  • Working effectively with collapsed motor programs
  • Understand how to avoid redundant neural shame looping
  • How to approach shame and trauma when there are coupled neuro-emotional states
  • Creating safety, attunement & introception inside the completion of protective defenses
  • Recognize the difference between defensive orienting vs exploratory orienting
  • Discover developmental shame and early trauma’s link to defenses
  • Apply the neurobiology of shame with clients using impulse over-ride

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