Healing doesn't mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives.
Carolyn Harrington The Art of Healing
In life, many traumatic events can occur that create emotional or physical pain. Trauma comes in many shapes and forms - an accident, the loss of a loved one, the ending of a relationship, loss of a job, receiving frightening news, combat-related incidents…
Normally our bodies can heal on their own when allowed to process events in their entirety. Sometimes, however, our experiences are too much to handle, and so the body blocks the incident and represses it. These repressed incidents, even when they are not conscious, continue to have negative impacts on us. Using various techniques, including Trauma Incident Reduction (TIR), Thematic TIR, and Unblocking, we can help you process traumatic events so you can reduce or eliminate their impact on your life.
This presentation is designed for the layperson. A journey that can assist you understand trauma, help you be aware of triggers, and learn self-care techniques that can help you stay healthy.
Whether you are a professional, an educator or facilitating a variety of curricula in different settings, you may be unaware of specific triggers that can arise from a given topic before, during, or after administrating a curriculum or session. This course is designed to help professionals and facilitators be aware of triggers that they or a participant might come across because of any given topic. This interactive presentation will help identify and deal with triggered individuals and tense situations. Additionally, facilitators will learn self-care techniques to help themselves stay healthy.
Once payment is received you will receive a link to a registration form.