Upcoming Events:June 8th Trauma Awareness Seminar - click here to register.
Friday, June 16th - TICN Presentation - 4-5:30 PM at Full Circle Yoga - Dan Braun, LCSW of Wasatch Pediatrics will present and lead a discussion on behavioral health integration, how collaboration can be improved between behavioral health and medical professionals, and how behavioral health workers can promote trauma informed care in the medical field.
Friday, June 30th - TICN Presentation - Sharlene Watson of Rising Health Specialty Clinic will be presenting on integrated medical interventions for trauma related medical and mental health symptoms. Location and time TBA.
2017-2018 Certificate Program in Traumatic Stress Studies An opportunity to attend the online state-of-the-art advanced training program in traumatic stress studies, featuring Dr. Bessel van der Kolk.
TICN Presentation Video: Surviving Narcissim - Holly Grayson, LCSW.
Presentation Link < < < < click here !
First Friday of Each Month - TICN Trauma Therapy Peer Consultation Group - 9:30-11:00 AM - 1174 E. Graystone Way, Suite 14, SLC. Contact Jennifer Beven email@example.com for more information.
- click dates below to register. Wednesday,
April 5th, 8AM-12PM. Friday
April 7th, 8AM-12 PM,
Wednesday, April 12th, 8AM-12PM
Friday, April 28th - 8:30-5:30 Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Tools to Enhance your Clinical Practice or Yoga Teaching - Early bird $110.00 After Sept 15th $130.00 Episcopal Retreat Center, 75 South 200 East, SLC Expand to a full TS Yoga Teacher Certification: 55 hour
Health and Resiliency Symposium:
Next Steps Towards a Trauma Informed
link to register. Currently seeking
to donate. Registration info to
Daniel Siegel Workshop -
Interpersonal Neurobiology to
ARTICLE: May 2017 - Second Utah Health and Resiliency Symposium
The Trauma Resiliency Collaborative is holding a second symposium to follow up the first symposium which was held in October of 2014. The day-and-a-half event, Health and Resiliency: Next Steps toward a Trauma-Informed Community will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 19–20, 2017. TRC is a group of professionals and paraprofessionals dedicated to raising awareness about the relationship of health, resiliency, and the serious effects of trauma and violence across the lifespan. All members donate their time and the TRC collects no membership fees.
April 3-5 in Seattle: National Council for Behavioral Health
Conference: State of the Union in Mental Health and Addiction: Where Innovation Meets Action for Children and Families. Mental health disorders are among the most common challenges facing children. Of the 74.5 million children in the U.S., about 17.1 million have or have had a mental health disorder — more than the number of children with cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) also elevate a child’s risk of a variety of mental and physical health conditions — like obesity, anxiety, depression, heart disease and addiction. Register here
Free Ongoing Statewide Education and Awareness Presentations on Trauma-Informed Care.
See attached schedule <<< for dates through February 2017. Anyone in the community is invited to these presentations throughout the state: The Social Research Institute through University of Utah has partnered with the Department of Workforce Services to raise awareness about trauma-informed care within the agency and throughout the state.
The goal of the project is to educate attendees about the impact of trauma, Secondary Trauma Stress, and ways to minimize or treat this very issue. A series of trainings are happening in in communities statewide.
Presentation: Surviving Narcissism
pleased to announce our March TICN
Meeting. Anyone in the community is
welcome to attend this presentation,
and this would be appropriate for
clients and clinicians. We will be
offering 1.5 CEU's which meet DOPL
requirements for CMHC’s.
Online Training for Trauma Certification
Classical and Modern with applications toward Affect Regulation and the clinical treatment of trauma.
Class is going to
meet for three hours once per month on a
Saturday morning, in the months of September,
October, November, January,
February and March. Class time will be 9-12 AM.
will be: a presentation on the topic in the
first hour which lasts about 45 minutes. Then
I will present on a case of mine to
demonstrate the ideas.
The last 90 minutes will be case consultations from the students. The cost will be $75/class meeting. I am in the process of becoming a CEU provider, which
is a costly process. Dependent upon those costs, pricing in the future may effected.
theory, Safe-harbor-secure base :
Classic Attachment theory: Internal Working Models & Neuroscience
Read: Lewis, Amini & Lannon
Classical Attachment Theory: Mentalization
Modern Attachment Theory: Allan Schore and Affect Regulation
Modern Attachment Theory: Allan Schore and Development
Modern Attachment Theory: Trauma and it’s Treatment.
Lewis, T., Amini, F., and Lannon, T., "A General Theory of Love."
Holmes, J., “The Search for the Secure Base.”
Allen, J., “Restoring Mentalizing.” Or Allen, J., “Mentalizing.”
Hill, D., “Affect Regulation Theory.”
Bowlby, J., “A
Cassidy, J., and Shaver, P., “Handbook of Attachment.”
Clulow, C., “Adult Attachment and Couple Therapy.”
Siegel, D., “The Developing Mind.”
Holmes, J., “Attachment, Intimacy and Autonomy.”
Holmes, J., “Exploring In Security.”
Renn, P., “The Silent Past and the Invisible Present.”
Presentation: Trauma Sensitive Yoga Toos Experiential Training - Coming May 13th
Presentation: Full Circle Yoga HIghlight and Meditation - Coming March 25th
Steve Jones, founder of Full Circle Yoga; a trauma sensitive yoga center, will present briefly on the different programs offered at Full Circle and then offer a 35-minute guided iRest Yoga Nidra meditation. iRest Yoga Nidra is an evidence-based meditative self-inquiry that is offered in over thirty-five VA hospitals around the country and is used in the treatment of myriad issues including PTSD, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and chronic pain.
Presenter: Steve Jones is an LCSW, registered yoga teacher, level 2 teacher in training with the Integrated Restoration Institute, and the founder of Full Circle Yoga and Therapy. Steve created Full Circle Yoga and Therapy as a way to ensure a trauma sensitive experience for people interested in using yoga as an adjunct to their treatments. Full Circle Yoga and Therapy provides classes/groups specific to men and women, people living with diabetes, struggling with addiction, and more.
Friday, March 25th
5:00 - 6:00 PM - Presentation
6:00 - 6:30 PM - Questions, networking,
committee business, etc.
Where: NEW LOCATION!!!
Full Circle Yoga and Therapy
1719 S. Main St, SLC, UT
Presentation: Suicide and Traumatic Death: Challenges and Coping Strategies - Coming April 8th
we continue to see a rise in the number of
families dealing with the loss of a loved one
through suicide or traumatic death. To
help provide additional insight and training
on this topic, we are hosting a professional
conference on SUICIDE AND TRAUMATIC DEATH:
CHALLENGES AND COPING STRATEGIES at Utah
Valley University on Friday, April 8th, from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dr. Joanne Cacciatore,
an acclaimed public speaker and clinician
specializing in traumatic loss, will keynote
Local clinicians include Dr. Douglas Gray, a suicidologist and psychiatrist from the University of Utah; Chaplain David Pascoe from Primary Children's Medical Center; and Dr. Matthew Draper, professor of behavioral science at UVU. A panel discussion will provide insight from those who are currently coping with the recent traumatic death of a family member.
has approved 6 CEUs for social workers who
attend the conference.
Online registration will open on Wednesday, Feb. 24. Please open the attached flyer for additional information, and contact us if you have any questions: 801-302-0220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Joanne Cacciatore is a
professor of social work at Arizona
State University and founder of the
non-profit MISS Foundation, which
provides online grief support,
mentoring and counseling for those
who have experienced the death of a
child. She specializes in counseling
those affected by traumatic loss, and
her work has beenfeatured in major
media including People and Newsweek,
the New York Times, Boston Globe,
CNN, National Public Radio and the
Los Angeles Times. She is themother
of five, and lost her infant
daughter, Cheyenne, in 1994.
Presentation: You're Not
Crazy, You're Wounded - Coming February 19th
We are pleased to announce our February TICN meeting presented by Holly Bowerman BSN, RN, and author of several books including her latest book You're Not Crazy, You're Wounded: A Practical and Spiritual Guide to Healing from Emotional Trauma. This presentation would be great for professionals, as well as clients and patients who have experienced trauma. These monthly presentations are free event with for anyone in the community interested in learning more about this trauma related topic.
Presenter: Holly Bowerman is a
Registered Nurse and the popular author of
“Say What You Need to Say: Speak Your Truth.
Heal Your Life” including essays of her own
personal journey to healing.
Learn the similarities between: Healing physical and emotional wounds
Receive a trauma toolkit to support you in moments of crisis
Discover your own intuitive spirit
Receive guidance through easily applicable exercises
Friday, February 19th
4:00 - 5:00 PM - Presentation
5:00 - 5:30 PM - Questions, networking,
committee business, etc.
Where: NEW LOCATION !!!
Full Circle Yoga and Therapy
1719 S. Main St, SLC, UT
Free parking is available in spaces directly in front of our building & free street parking is available all along both sides of Main Street. We also have special permission for our participants to utilize the parking lot of the TransWest Credit Union located at 37 W 1700 S for free (south side of 1700 S, enter from 1700 S). This is a short walk across Main St. to our building.
Please help us be good neighbors & avoid
parking in lots designated for other
Trauma-Sensitive YOGA Training - We are really excited to be bringing in an expert from the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute to facilitate a local workshop and to provide this opportunity to our community.
The Salt Lake City School District in collaboration with University of Utah Neuropsychiatic Institute (UNI) will present a free screening of Paper Tigers, January 21st, 7:00PM at Bryant Intermediate School 40 South 800 East, Salt Lake City. The film shows students as humans not statistics and offers critical insight into one of the most widespread educational and health challenges in American society today.
Current research in the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study, demonstrates an increase in the risk of problems in adulthood - addiction, suicide and even heart disease can all have their root in childhood experiences.
Paper Tigers, a film by James Redford and Karen Pritzker, is a testament to what this latest developmental science is proving and that one caring adult can help break the cycle of adversity in a young person’s life. Kids can find hope to become healthy and productive adults as they go out in the world. The movie shows that the behavior a child is demonstrating is not the child, but rather a symptom of what’s going on in the child’s life.
A panel discussion with educators and mental health professionals will follow.