Do you know how trauma shows up in the body for your clients? What to do when you see it? And how to manage the impacts on you of holding space alongside trauma?
Calling all therapists, bodyworkers, natural therapy practitioners, teachers, support workers, coaches, yoga teachers and anyone who works with humans!!
Come and learn how to be trauma-sensitive in your facilitation of groups and one-on-one spaces with clinical supervisor and trauma therapist Sophie Rak.
Trauma-informed practice is a baseline, a non-negotiable. People expect it. It’s what needed to ensure safe facilitation and practice.
If you don’t have embodied experience, come and explore with us. Let’s dive deeply (and safely) into this content, learn more and apply it practically to your own practice. We’ll integrate heart, head and body.
Only $144 or $111 for Embodied Supervision Community of Practice members.
Who this is for:
Anyone who works with people! Including therapists, coaches, social workers, yoga teachers, natural therapy practitioners, psychologists, support workers.
What you’ll learn:
- An overview of current trauma theory
- How to use language to foster safety for participants
- Gold-standard tools to use when trauma arises
- Embodied self-care tools to help you avoid burnout and vicarious trauma
Tues 22 Nov
Tues 29 Nov
Tues 6 Dec
Tues 13 Dec
Each 1.5 hour session on Zoom will include a presentation about the topic area, followed by discussion bringing in your practice experience and integrating the learning. There will be opportunity to get direct coaching. Recordings will be available.
You will have access to Sophie and the other participants through a private channel in our Embodied Supervision community of practice, hosted on Slack. There you will find all the recordings, ask any questions and continue integrating the learning between sessions.
Secure your spot here.