Presented by Angela Luna, LMFT
Mindfulness has been a growing powerful tool for providing health and healing and has been widely acknowledged for its mental health benefits. Yet, for those who have experienced trauma, mindfulness can create discomfort, increase pain and potential re-traumatization. According to research, roughly 61% of adults have experienced at least one traumatic event in their lifetimes, which result in sensitivity to trauma triggers. As such, it is important for clinicians to understand how to approach providing mindfulness tools in a trauma informed way, to help practitioners manage trauma triggers when focusing on their body and breath.
Participants will be able to
1. Define and describe 1 or more unique aspects of trauma-informed mindfulness.
2. Learn a minimum of 3 different trauma-informed mindfulness tools.
3. Identify at least 1 or more trauma-informed mindfulness tools that can be used personally and to support clients and practitioners.
About the Presenter
Luna is a psychotherapist, educator and trainer with over 20 years of experience working with individuals, children, families and organizations. A graduate of the Expressive Arts Therapy program at the California Institute of Integral Studies,
Luna holds a Masters of the Arts in Expressive Arts Therapy and a Jurist Doctorate from the University of California at Davis. For over a decade, Luna has played integral roles as a manager, supervisor, trainer and clinician in various settings; including The Alameda County Trauma Recovery Center, Contra Costa hospitals, Contra Costa School District, various non-profits, therapy groups, churches, law-firms law enforcement, and in her private practice.
To get the CEUs, you need to send an email to email@example.com after viewing the recording. You will then be sent the evaluation and test.
More event details are found here - https://scv-camft.org/event-5059953