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David Treleaven in Webinar: Making Mindfulness and Meditation Safe for Trauma Survivors

25 Aug 2019 11:07 AM | Maggie Sewall (Administrator)

The Center for Mindful Eating is thrilled to host a webinar with author and trauma specialist David Treleaven, PhD, “Becoming Trauma-Sensitive: Making Mindfulness and Meditation Safe for Trauma Survivors”

This webinar will be held September 11 at 1:00 pm EST

Learn more and Register (link to event on website: https://www.thecenterformindfuleating.org/event-3485537)

Designed for wellness professionals, this webinar will introduce you to the topic and begin to equip you with the tools you need to offer mindfulness in a safe, effective, trauma-sensitive way. 

You will leave the workshop: 

• Understanding why meditation can create dysregulation for people who’ve experienced trauma and specific ways you can prevent this; 

• Prepared to recognize symptoms of traumatic stress while offering mindfulness interventions; 

• Informed about current empirical research regarding mindfulness and trauma, including evidence-based interventions you can apply immediately to your work; 

• Equipped with tools and modifications to help you work skillfully with dysregulated arousal, traumatic flashbacks, and trauma-related dissociation. 

• Understanding the relationship between individual and systemic forms of trauma, including responsibilities to educate oneself about power, oppression, and social context. 

Whether you’re a beginning or veteran practitioner, anyone engaged in offering contemplative practices will benefit from this webinar, including therapists, coaches, and meditation, classroom, yoga, or religious teachers. 

Learn more and Register (link to event on website: https://www.thecenterformindfuleating.org/event-3485537)

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David Treleaven, PhD, is an acclaimed author, educator, and trauma professional whose work focuses on the intersection of mindfulness and trauma.

Utilizing contemporary research to inform best practices, David has offered workshops on trauma-sensitive mindfulness at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, as well as keynote speeches at the Omega Institute in New York and the Institute for Mindfulness in South Africa in Johannesburg.

Trained in counseling psychology at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, he received his doctorate in psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and is currently a visiting scholar at Brown University. 

You can find him at https://davidtreleaven.com


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