Using Mindfulness in a Trauma-Informed Manner CE Credit
Presenter: Trish Magyari, MS, CGC, LCPC, NCC, RYT-200
Date: 10/20/2018, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Piermont commons UM North Campus, Ann Arbor
CE/CPE Credit: 5.25 credit hours
Licensed Professional Counselors
Licensed Clinical Social Workers
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
Learning Level: Introductory
Course Type: Live workshop
This workshop will describe the theory, evidence, and strategies for using mindfulness and self-compassion to cope and recover from experiences of trauma. This program is designed for both mental health professionals, as well as those who have experienced trauma and want to engage with a healing meditative path that fosters wisdom and self-compassion. The workshop will include didactic and experiential learning opportunities.
1. Describe the signs and symptoms of traumatic stress and how these may manifest in clients and participants during participation in mindfulness meditation or other interventions.
2. Describe the theoretical components of trauma-informed mindfulness approaches prior to, during and after mindfulness interventions.
3. Apply support and grounding resources prior to entering into mindfulness interventions in order to minimize reactivity.
4. Apply trauma informed approach to address trauma-related reactivity during mindfulness-based interventions.
5. Practice leading a trauma-informed sequence for entering into mindfulness meditations.
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