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Trauma-Informed Care for Professionals Working With Youth is a 4-week, completely online course that will help you learn how to identify trauma, understand how it impacts the brain and learning, and how to work with trauma-impacted youth. Lifetime course access, live webinar, and a private Facebook group. Course Dates: September 10th – October 9th (4 Weeks completely online). Continuing Education (CE): 8 Credits.
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The Mindfulness-Substance Abuse Treatment (MBSAT) 12-Session Curriculum Certification is a 3-day intensive in Oakland, CA where participants get fully certified in this innovative, evidence-based curriculum designed specifically for teens. A must of anyone seeking how to use mindfulness in substance abuse work! Course Dates: September 14th, 15th, and 16th (Oakland, CA) 9AM – 5PM. Continuing Education (CE): 21 Credits.
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Whenever I teach mindfulness to teenagers I try as best as possible to incorporate the use of metaphor. I find that with teens (let alone
Noelle was a young woman I worked with in a school setting with a tragic story. She was what we would describe as multiply traumatized;
Jeanette*, a 17 year-old high school student, found herself in my office trying to describe the shock of losing her father: “I just can’t….” and
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