In this 20-hour Foundational Trauma Sensitive Yoga workshop will introduce participants to the core principles and practical applications of David Emerson's highly regarded and empirically validated intervention for Complex Trauma - Trauma Centre, Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY).
This workshop is relevant for :
Mental Health Care Clinicians and Practitioners who wish to learn how to incorporate elements of TCTSY into their existing clinical work. Note you did not need to be a yoga teacher..
Yoga Teachers who wish to learn how to make their existing yoga classes more trauma informed.
To book you place contact Lena Westin, +46703731841 / email@example.com / www.yogaihagen.se
KEY WORKSHOP THEMES
Theoretical underpinnings of TCTSY & Methodology and Key Methods of TCTSY
An Overview of Trauma - 'Diagnostic' Frameworks - From PTSD to Complex Trauma
Spectrum of Trauma Symptoms & Complex Trauma as lived experienced
Spectrum of Trauma Treatments & TC-TSY as body based treatment
TRAUMA CENTER TRAUMA SENSITIVE YOGA
Theoretical underpinnings of TC-TSY:
Attachment Theory – Relationship & Agency
Trauma Theory – Empowerment, Trauma-informed Relationship & Memory
Neurophysiology & Biology of Trauma - How trauma impacts the brain & Intra-personal & Inter-personal relationships
TRAUMA CENTER TRAUMA SENSITIVE YOGA METHODOLOGY
Connecting Theory to Methodology – Trauma-informed framework
Methods, including creating Safety, the Language of TCTSY, Choice, Interception & Agency
Experiencing the practice
Teaching experience - from a trauma-informed lens
Research studies & current evidence on TCTSY
RESPONSIBLE, ACCOUNTABLE & ETHICAL PRACTICE
Scope of Practice for Yoga Teachers & Clinicians
Trauma Treatment vs. Trauma Informed vs. Trauma Sensitive
Responsible Marketing – Managing Expectations
Adapting a general Yoga Class - from a trauma-informed lens
How to introduce elements of TCTSY into one’s Clinical Therapy Practice
THE WORKSHOP IS A COMBINATION OF THEORY & PRACTICE
Seminar style with space for discussion and reflection
Small & large group discussion sessions
Teaching & clinical examples
Q & A
Workshop Facilitator: Krystyna Kowalski, TCTSY-F, TCTSY-T, C-IAYT, MSc Sociology
Krystyna is a Certified TCTSY Facilitator, Licensed Trainer on the Center for Trauma and Embodiment’s Training Faculty, supervisor/mentor on the TCTSY Certification Program (300-hour) , Certified Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, IFS practitioner, MSc Sociology and Psychotherapy Student.
ACCREDITATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Accreditation: You will receive a letter of completion from The Center for Trauma and Embodiment at JRI, Justice Resource Institute, Boston USA.
Yoga Teachers & Licensed Clinicians
This workshop satisfies the entrance requirements if you wish to apply for The Center for Embodiment’s TCTSY-F certification program. You can read more the program here.
Licensed Mental Health Clinicians
This workshop satisfies the membership requirements for the TCTSY Clinician Consultation Group (for clinicians only).
You will learn how to integrate elements of TCTSY into your existing therapeutic work.
Non-Clinical Yoga Teachers
This workshop is intended to help non-clinical yoga teachers create a more trauma-informed yoga class and safe spaces. In this workshop you will be able to integrate elements og TC-TSY into your existing teaching.
PLEASE NOTE: For ethical reasons, this workshop does not qualify non-clinical yoga teachers to offer trauma services, including using the term TCTSY or using the term ´trauma’ in markerting yoga classes.
WORKSHOP & BOOKING DETAILS
BOOKINGS: to book you place contact Lena Westin, +46703731841 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.yogaihagen.se
VENUE: YogaiHagen. Hagvägen 107, Dala-Floda, Sweden
WORSHOP FEE: 5000 SEK / 466 EURO
TIMES: Start Friday 15:00 - Finish Sunday 14::00
If you have any question your welcome to contact Krystyna email@example.com
Please Note: This program is solely for professional development. The context of this workshop is not intended as an intervention for participants who have experienced trauma. The workshop space is intended for teaching purposes and not treatment. Talking about trauma, even in the context of a professional workshop, can be triggering.