Rooted in Community & Education
– Claire Fagin
Restoring a sense of self is critically important in recovering from trauma. Body-centered activities like deep breathing exercises help us regulate our internal states and restore and repair the connection between our minds and our bodies. In this video, Dr. van der Kolk introduces us to the concept of deep breathing as a practice to activate the neural pathway that allows us to access our internal experience.Learn More →
In this four part program JC Hall, a Hip Hop therapist, and Cathy Malchiodi, an expressive arts therapist, employ strategies for using HHT to transform dysregulation using hands-on practices that leverage movement, rhythm, vocalization, and invitations to explore meaning that can be introduced in therapeutic settings.
June 8, 15, 22, 29 | 4PM ET | 90 minutes
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In this three part certification course, you will learn to recognize and safely release tension patterns of survival responses and learn strategies for managing the nervous system that can help us deal with anxiety, overthinking, emotional flooding, and overwhelm.
60 minutes | 10 Classes | 6PM ET
Level I: Apr 5, 12, 19
Level II: Apr 26, May 3, 10, 17
Level III: May 24, 31, Jun 7
Children who feel hurt and angry disconnect from their parents - parents who sense that disconnect feel discouraged when their child-rearing approaches aren’t working. Even when parents attempt to improve their relationship through parent-child therapies, they may find that the interventions focus on improving behaviors without considering the core issues underneath: attachment and trauma.
This workshop offers a different lens that focuses on the physiologic, nonverbal connection between parent and child to improve the relationship. Using principles from two attachment-based modalities---Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Theraplay---learn how to enhance regulation, connection, and joy between parents and children as well as guide parents to do reparative work around family trauma.
90 minutes | 4 Classes | 12PM ET
Option 1: Apr 19, 26 & May 3, 10
Option 2: Jul 8, 15, 22, 29
Take a break from the daily grind and join Dafna Lender in a few quick and easy play sessions meant to help us all experience fun, joy, and connection with another person!
Dafna will be leading a series of eight 45 minute interactive play sessions based on Theraplay® for you and anyone in your house/ workplace/ pandemic bubble.
La Terapia de Sistemas Familiares Internos (IFS) proporciona un modelo innovador para que los profesionales de la salud mental aprendan sobre la transformación, adoptando un enfoque eficaz y compasivo de las partes de los pacientes/clientes que están atrapados en patrones reactivos y les impiden vivir la mejor vida.
Desarrollado por Richard Schwartz, PhD, IFS se basa en el pensamiento sistémico con la visión de que la mente está formada por subpersonalidades relativamente discretas, cada una con su propio punto de vista y cualidades. Es importante destacar que IFS también ve a las personas como un todo debajo de esta colección de partes, el verdadero Ser.Aprende Mas →
Gratitude from The Trauma-Informed Practices and Expressive Arts Therapy Institute and the 2021 Collective Grief & Trauma Faculty
Bessel van der Kolk: Sept 23
Peter Levine: Sept 24
Stephen Porges: Sept 25
In Support of our International Community
Bessel van der Kolk -- 4 Week Course
in Italian: Sept 21; Sept 28; Oct 5; Oct 12
in Spanish: Nov 10; Nov 17; Dec 1, Dec 8
in Dutch: Recording available here
and many more coming soon...
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Collectively Rooted is an educational outreach program taught by world renowned trauma experts dedicated to teaching international communities about the impacts of trauma and trauma treatment research. We are committed to providing this information across disciplines and to those whose lives are affected by trauma.
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