• September 2020 - "Experiencing the Body Keeps the Score" 5 day Live-Conference, Bessel van der Kolk
  • May 2020 - 31st Annual International Trauma Conference, USA

Topics (total 20 CE Credits)

  • Mapping Out the Transformative Effects of Mind-Altering Substances: MDMA Ketamine and Psilocybin for Treating PTSD and Other Mental Distress
  • Trauma and the Restoration of the Self: Integrating Fundamental Discoveries in Neuroscience with Embodied Self-Awareness and Mindfulness
  • Biological Underpinnings of Early-Life Stress: From Mechanisms to Novel Approaches for the Developmental Programming of Lifelong Health
  • Smoking Cigarettes, Eating Glass: One Psychologist’s Story
  • The Emergence of a Polyvagal-Informed Therapy: Harnessing Neuroception of Safety in Clinical Treatment
  • Treatment at the Interface of Addiction and Trauma
  • Disrupted Caregiving Relationships vs. Traumatic Stress: Treatment Implications of Their Differential Effects on the Development of Self, Mind and Brain
  • Rhythms and Regulation: Innovative Approaches to Brain and Body During a Time of Immobilization
  • Eliminating Barriers to Access Healing from the Trauma of Identity-Based Social Inequalities Using a Peer Counseling (ReEvaluation Counseling) Model

  • Designing Trauma-Informed Interventions for Youth at the Grassroots Level: A Practical Toolkit for Bringing Research to Practice

  • Come to Your Senses: Establishing & Regaining Body Awareness

  • + several live panel discussions


  • May 2019 - EACCME - European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

Sandra Urlich has been awarded 16 European CME Credits (ECMEC ® s)
for her attendance at:
16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care Berlin, Germany, 23/05/2019 - 25/05/2019

(Sandra Ulrich was trained in the USA to educate about the therapeutic concept of SOUL INJURY® here in Europe. In addition, she wrote a Certified Advanced Study (CAS) on SOUL INJURY® at the University of Berne. She also completed certified trainings in Palliative Care and End of Life Care. At the University of Berne, she was able to specialize her training in the field of Spiritual Care. Her abstract was presented at the EAPC 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care in Berlin , Germany 2019).


  • Schweiz 2017 – 2018 Universität in Bern, Schweiz

CAS Spiritual Care
(Theologische, Medizinische und Psychologische Fakultät)
(15 ECTS Credits)

  • CAS Studienlehrgang "Spiritual Care" Universität in Bern, Schweiz    
  • B-Modul 44 - Der Umgang mit vertraulichen Informationen in der Seelsorge: Seelsorge-Geheimnis/Dokumentation            

  • 2019 Spiritual Care Association, USA
  • When it's time to say goodbye: CE 35 credited education hours
  • Spiritual Care Generalist i.A.

2016-2018 Hospice Foundation of America, USA
(each certified with 2.5 CE credits)

  • Beyond Kübler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying and Grie
  • End-of-Life-Ethics
  • Spirituality and End-of-Life Care
  • Traumatic and Sudden Loss
  • Living With Grief: Before and After the Death
  • Diversity and End of Life Care
  • Cancer and End-of-Life Care
  • Supporting Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental
  • Disabilities Through Serious Illness, Grief and Loss
  • Managing Conflict/Finding Meaning – Supporting Families at Life’s End
  • Artificial Nutrition and Hydration at the End of Life
  • The Longest Loss: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
  • Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss
  • Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness and Death
  • PTSD and Trauma Integration
  • Liberating Unmourned Loss: Restoring Wholeness after Soul Injury
  • Soul Injury: Liberating Unmoured Loss and Unforgiven Guilt
HFA - Webinars, Hospice Foundation of America, USA
(each certified with 1.5 CE credits)

  • Attachment Theory and Grief Support
  • Creative and Therapeutic Rituals
  • Innovative Techniques for Managing Grief Groups
  • Grief After Self-Inflicted Causes of Death
  • Dignity Therapy
  • Hospice in the Nursing Home
  • Grief Surges
  • Expectations are Everything
  • Traumatic and Sudden Loss
  • Managing Conflict/Finding Meaning
  • When Death and Loss are Part of the Job
  • Understanding Death With Dignity Legislation
  • Soul Injury: Liberating Unmourned Loss and Unforgiven Guilt
  • Parenting After a Death
2018 Weiterbildung Opus Peace-Tampa, USA
  • Leadership Programm „Soul Injury“
  • Webinar: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Soul Injury: The Aftermath of War that Complicate Peaceful Dying
  • Webinar: Suicide and Soul Injury: Part I and II with Stephanie Turner
  • Webinar: Creative Cocooning with Leann Thrapp
2015 – 2017 - Zertifizierte Weiterbildungen
im Weiterbildungszentrum der Universität in Zürich, Schweiz

  • Palliative Care in der Grundversorgung Level A2; Lebensqualität und Autonomie in der ambulanten und stationären Langzeitpflege
  • Man müsste über alles reden können: Kommunikative und psychosoziale Kompetenzen in Palliative Care
  • Was die Seele gesund hält: Grundwissen der Gesundheitspsychologie, Salutogenese und Resilienzforschung
  • "Leben bis zuletzt". Palliative Care Organisationsethik
  • "Mehr Leben als Du ahnst!". Palliative Care in der Grundversorgung

2005– 2008 Modul IAK, Zug (heute Fachstelle BKM Bildung-Katechese-Medien)
(mit Zertifikat)
- Advanced Certified Training - Katechetin Modul IAK (Diplom)

Besuchte Tagesseminare
- Resilienz – entdecken von Widerstandskräften in schweren Belastungen, Schweiz
- Leben bis zuletzt und in Frieden sterben, Schweiz

Tagesseminar University of South Florida, USA
- CONGRESS: LET'S TALK, Movie Screening, Moral Injury Convening & Suicide Prevention Training, University of South Florida, USA

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