Mental Health and Trauma Sensitive Training
New Dates!!Due to the covid -19 pandemic, we postponed our May training and have announced new dates in November 2020
BLU MATTER PROJECT MENTAL HEALTH AND TRAUMA SENSITIVITY TRAINING
(40 Continuing Education Hours)
PART 1: MENTAL HEALTH SENSITIVITY
Mental Health Sensitivity Training with Aaron Moore, Janey Brown, Elaine Clark, and, Elizabeth Vecchio
This 20 Hour Workshop is part 1 of the Blu Matter Project Mental Health and Trauma Sensitivity Training Certificate. It will be hosted online through zoom.
• Understanding common mental health issues
• Breaking down stigma
• Learning the multi prong approach of treatment including yoga
Mental Health Awareness and Understanding
Attendees will be able to understand the nature of the stigma and shame that often accompanies mental health issues, and how it is one of the main barriers to treatment and recovery.
We will define and identify the common mental health issues of addiction, depressive disorders and anxiety disorders, their symptoms, experience, and options for treatment and recovery.
Attendees will learn common factors regarding suicide as part of a suicide prevention workshop, which will give a practical framework for preventing suicide in their community.
Attendees will gain an understanding for how these and other common mental health issues present in the context of yoga practice, specific areas of concern for yoga teachers, and how yoga can be a valuable asset in recovery.
ART 2: TRAUMA SENSITIVE YOGA
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training with David Emerson
This 20 hour workshop is part 2 of the Blu Matter Project Mental Health and Trauma Sensitivity Training Certificate. This training is being held online through zoom.
• Understanding Trauma
• Theoretical underpinning of TCTSY
• Methodology of TCTSY
BACKGROUND & FOUNDATION • History of Trauma Diagnostic Frameworks - From PTSD to Complex Trauma • Attachment Theory – Intrapersonal & Interpersonal Relationships & Agency • Trauma Theory – Empowerment & Trauma informed relationships & Memory • Neurophysiology & Biology of Stress and Trauma – How trauma impacts the brain • Spectrum of Trauma Symptoms & Complex Trauma as lived experienced
What TCTSY brings to treatment • Tying Theory to Methodology – Understanding the TCTSY Framework • Methods, including creating Safety, the Language of TCTSY, Choice, Interception & Agency • Experience the practice • Teaching experience • Challenges • Research studies
TCTSY RESPONSIBLE, ACCOUNTABLE & ETHICAL PRACTICE • Scope of Practice for Yoga Teachers & Clinicians • Trauma Practice vs. Trauma Informed vs Trauma Sensitive • Responsible Marketing – Managing Expectations • Adapting a general Yoga Class
How to introduce elements of TCTYS into one’s Clinical Therapy Practice.
THE WORKSHOP IS A COMBINATION OF THEORY & PRACTICE • Seminar style with space for discussion and reflecting • Teaching & clinical examples • Includes examples from case histories, lived experience, • Small & large group discussion sessions • Practice Teaching • Time for questions and discussions
|November 7 - 8 2020||Mental Health and Trauma Sensitive training ||Online|| Janey Brown, Elaine Clark, Arron Moore, Elizabeth Vecchio|
|November 14 - 15 2020||Trauma Sensitive Yoga||Online||David Emerson|
Cost $795.00Pay Here