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Dates: September 7 and 8 2024, from 10.00 to 17.00
(this workshop is in English)
Elevate your practice and enhance your impact in this transformative two-day workshop with David Treleaven, author of the the book: Trauma- Sensitive Mindfulness.
"Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Bridging Awareness and Healing" is designed to enrich mindfulness teachers, therapists, coaches, and meditation, classroom, yoga, or religious educators with essential skills to navigate the intricacies of trauma with heightened awareness and compassion.
As you immerse yourself in a vibrant blend of theory, practice, and engaging discussions led by David Treleaven, a leader in the field of trauma-sensitive mindfulness, you’ll find yourself on a path of profound professional and personal growth. This workshop is a call to action to hone your skills, deepen your understanding, and embrace practices that foster safety and healing, enabling you to meet your clients and the communities you serve with enhanced effectiveness and empathy.
Each segment of the workshop is engineered to broaden your perspective, enrich your toolkit, and foster a supportive learning environment where the exchange of ideas flourishes. With each session, you'll be one step closer to becoming a more adept, sensitive, and impactful practitioner, adeptly bridging awareness and healing in your own unique domain.
Embark on this enriching journey that not only broadens your professional horizon but also echoes the profound impact mindfulness, when sensitively approached, can have on the healing path of individuals and communities alike.
David Treleaven, PhD, is a writer, educator, and trauma professional working at the intersection of mindfulness and trauma He is the author of the acclaimed book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness and founder of the Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness (TSM) Community—a group of practitioners committed to setting a standard of care through mindfulness-based practices, interventions, and programs.David focuses on offering mindfulness providers with the knowledge and tools they require to meet the needs of those struggling with trauma. Through workshops, keynotes, podcasts, and online education, he is closely engaged with current empirical research to inform best practices. His work has been adopted into multiple mindfulness teacher training programs around the world, including UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, the Engaged Mindfulness Institute, and Bangor University’s MA in Mindfulness program in the UK.