Trauma Informed Mindfulness Training

  • 18 Jun 2016
  • 19 Jun 2016
  • UC San Diego-Department of Neurosciences Center for Neural Circuits and Behavior & UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness

Trauma-Informed Mindfulness: 

A UNIQUE and Rare training opportunity!

SPECIAL NOTE: San Diego CAMFT chapter members who attend will receive a FREE attendance at one of our 1 or 3 hour CEU events!*

Utilizing a robust trauma-informed framework, this training will delineate a method of delivering mindfulness meditations, mindfulness practices and mindfulness-based interventions in a way that is healing rather than re-traumatizing, triggering, or otherwise injuring to persons with trauma histories or PTSD.   

Persons with trauma histories, traumatic stress symptoms, or full PTSD are likely to populate our psychotherapy practices and MBP groups. They experience a number of challenges to developing mindfulness skills stemming from the primary effect of trauma on the brain, namely chronic and easily triggered fight/flight/freeze reactivity. Yet there is also growing research evidence and clinical experience revealing that trauma survivors can master, benefit from, and even experience transformative recovery using a trauma-informed mindfulness-based approach.This focused and experientially engaging program is intended for professionals who wish to heighten their awareness of and ability to meet the needs of these clients and participants while engaging them in mindfulness exercises, mindfulness practices and mindfulness-based interventions.    
    The guidelines and principals shared will be relevant for work both with individuals, couples and groups whether for the general public or to trauma-specific populations. The training will cover the entire process of a mindfulness approach including screening, delivery, integration, and referral.

Day 1: Theory and Practice

For mental health and health professionals, as well as teachers (and teachers-in-training) of Mindfulness-Based Programs.
Saturday, June 18, San Diego, CA, 9:00am-5:00pm


Day 2: Working with Trauma in Mindfulness Programs:

Applying a Trauma-Informed Framework 
to Mindfulness-Based Programs
For teachers and teachers-in-training of Mindfulness-Based Programs (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, MB-EAT, Mindful Self-Compassion, etc.)
Sunday, June 19, San Diego, CA, 9:00am- 1:00pm


REGISTER HERE

 

Presented through a collaboration of San Diego CAMFT, UCSD Center for Mindfulness and SD Psychological Association.

 We are delighted to highlight our Platinum Sponsor for their generous continued commitment in supporting our San Diego Chapter.




We would also light to highlight our Newest Sponsor



* If you are a member of the San Diego Chapter of CAMFT and attend this event as a paying member, you will be given free attendance at any one (1) of our 1 or 3 CEU events during the calendar year 2016!

Just our way of saying Thank you for being a member!



Utilizing a robust trauma-informed framework, this training will delineate a method of delivering mindfulness meditations, mindfulness practices and mindfulness-based interventions in a way that is healing rather than re-traumatizing, triggering, or otherwise injuring to persons with trauma histories or PTSD.

Contact us
Address: P.O. Box 880843, San Diego, CA 92168-0843

Email: president@camft-sandiego.org

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