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Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past - A Two Day Workshop
  6 Hours, 0 Minutes   
Previously Recorded
   Tyler Mabry, LCPC-S, C-DBT, CTRP
  
6 CEs
Price
$99.99
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Webinar Description

Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past - A Two Day Workshop

May 16th and 17th, 2024

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST on both days

Total of 6 CEU's

 

This Two Part Webinar includes two excellent classes, a total of 6 CE Credits. The cost of the full day is $99.99. You may attend an individual class for $59.99. This webinar program is live and interactive. (Category 1) 

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Class 1 (Part 1):  May 16, 2024, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST

Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past Part I: Practical use of Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

As Mindfulness continues to be an increasingly popular form of mental health treatment, it is pertinent to consider ways to engage these interventions from a trauma-informed perspective. Research identifies that use of mindfulness can reduce trauma-related symptoms, depending on the amount of mindfulness minutes practiced per week (Kelly & Garland, 2016).   While research largely focuses on the benefits of these interventions in treatment, it is particularly critical to equally observe the risks of practices with clients who experience trauma-related disorders and symptoms. 

In some instances, it may even be retraumatizing to explore this level of connectedness to the body without first establishing the presence of safety (Treleaven, & Britton, 2018). To address this issue, this training will focus on understanding mindfulness and trauma as they relate to benevolent and effective treatment; highlight the benefits and risks of utilizing mindfulness practices to increase sensory awareness in clients who experience trauma; explore and demonstrate use of trauma-informed interventions with other treatment modalities; and, identify ways to skillfully utilize mindfulness interventions to promote effective skill use.

(Trainer: Tyler P. Mabry, LCPC-S, C-DBT, CTRP-C is a Trauma Certified practitioner located in the state of Maryland. She specializes in supporting black men and women with processing emotions, including but not limited to, trauma, depression, anxiety, and daily stressors, using a variety of therapeutic and holistic approaches that focus on mindfulness, motivation, and emotional regulation.)

3 Hours

Class 2 (Part 2):  May 17, 2024, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST

Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past Part II: Practical use of Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

Part II of "Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past," delves into a comprehensive understanding of trauma-focused mindfulness interventions and their practical integration into clinical practice. Participants will gain the knowledge and skills to screen for traumatic events through evidence-based assessments, exploring the client's "window of tolerance" to provide a more personalized and effective approach to treatment. Research demonstrates that trauma-informed mindfulness interventions play a pivotal  role in reducing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and enhancing overall mental well-being (Boyd et al., 2017). Mindfulness-based interventions are associated with a remarkable 50% reduction in trauma-related symptoms (Treleaven & Britton, 2018).

Additionally, participants will learn various trauma-informed mindfulness techniques, including observation and grounding exercises, which have been empirically proven to help clients regulate emotional responses and mitigate the impact of trauma-related symptoms. Practitioners will be equipped to guide clients in developing a trauma-informed mindfulness routine that becomes a cornerstone of their therapeutic journey, promoting healing and resilience.

(Trainer: Tyler P. Mabry, LCPC-S, C-DBT, CTRP-C is a Trauma Certified practitioner located in the state of Maryland. She specializes in supporting black men and women with processing emotions, including but not limited to, trauma, depression, anxiety, and daily stressors, using a variety of therapeutic and holistic approaches that focus on mindfulness, motivation, and emotional regulation.)

3 Hours


Webinars included in this package:

Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past Part I: Practical use of Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

Connecting to the Present with Trauma from the Past Part II: Practical use of Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

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