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Credit Hours (CEC)
When trauma occurs, its impact can be felt physically, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually. While traditional cognitive counselling approaches may not always be helpful in decreasing reactivity or increasing feelings of vitality, research shows that a body-based counselling approach can positively transform the impact of traumatic memories. This highly experiential workshop explores holistic body-based approaches to working with clients that focus on building resources and increasing tolerance of body sensations and related emotions. Participants will learn and practice strategies to help clients monitor and reduce traumatic arousal and move toward approaching life and relationships with hope and choice.
Please note: Those attending this workshop should have previous training in the area of trauma recovery. If you don’t have existing training or experience, please attend our Trauma – Counselling Strategies for Healing and Resilience Workshop.
Trainer: Galya Chatterton, MA, CCC
Upon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
Attendees should already have some training and experience working with trauma. This is an intermediate–advanced level workshop for social service and health care professionals, counsellors, social workers, school personnel, and anyone working with people who have experienced trauma.
Galya is a certified counsellor who holds a Masters of Counselling. In addition to training with CTRI, she operates a private counselling practice focused on supporting individuals and couples to heal and thrive. As a counsellor, Galya has a client-centered approach and has helped individuals, couples and groups in a range of struggles and endeavors. She is constantly inspired by her clients and believes in the innate wisdom and potential of each of us. Galya values connection and learning and is thankful to have a career working intimately with others facilitating growth and the sharing of knowledge. In her workshops she creates a lighthearted and interactive environment where participants can explore new concepts and internalize learnings for immediate practical application. Read blogs written by Galya here.