Today’s best clinicians know that effective treatment of trauma must include helping clients connect with and release deeply embedded traumatic stress in the body.
But engaging clients in this work can be difficult. People who have experienced trauma often feel like strangers in their own bodies, disconnected from somatic awareness and stuck in the past, dominated by innate trauma responses like:
Though protective in nature, these responses now serve as barriers to healing and living a connected, fulfilling life. How can you help clients release the stored trauma and re-establish the mind-body connection they so desperately need?
Watch Victoria Grinman, PhD, LCSW-R, for this transformational 2-day experiential workshop that will change how you treat traumatic stress in clients of all ages.
Through experiential exercises and masterful explanation, Dr. Grinman will demonstrate how easily you can integrate somatic and sensory-based techniques into your practice to help your clients heal beyond words.
Backed by neuroscience research yet practical in nature, these interventions incorporate yoga, movement, mindfulness, touch, interoception, dance, play and music into your work at a level that is comfortable for you. No previous experience required! Purchase today!
This online program is worth 13.5 hours CPD.
|Manual - 2-Day Complex Trauma (26.8 MB)||148 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Victoria Grinman, PhD, LICSW-R, is a psychotherapist, educator and speaker with over 15 years of experience supporting individuals of all ages and differences in life perspectives, and their families. She is the founder of Growing Kind Minds LLC, a private practice and community resource. She is a Certified Family Trauma Professional, a trained yoga and mindfulness instructor to children and adolescents through Little Flower Yoga, and a certified aromatherapist through New York Institute of Aromatherapy. Victoria was a proud faculty member of Columbia School of Social Work, Boston College School of Social Work and Adelphi University. Her areas of deep focus include Posttrauamatic Growth, trauma, parenting and autism.
Victoria has extensive experience providing individual, group and family therapeutic services utilizing an integrative approach that is informed by theory and grounded in a holistic and strengths-based perspective. She has been invited to be a speaker at universities, organizations and community groups on topics that span the areas of yoga and mindfulness, play therapy, neuropsychology education, emotional literacy, education, clinical practice, disabilities, trauma and autism; and provides consultation in program development, and social-emotional curriculum building and implementation to schools and corporations. Victoria participates annually in national and international conferences.
Victoria is the host of That Moment: Heart to Heart Talks with Dr. Victoria Grinman, a talk show and podcast that sheds light on the possible outcome of Posttraumatic Growth in the wake of an experience that overwhelms our ability to cope. The talk highlights influential and inspiring individuals in the world and their story of struggle to triumph. She enthusiastically looks for new ways to facilitate and promote resiliency, empathy and wellness. She is excited to be part of the process of sharing tools and meeting people in interdisciplinary realms with like goals to empower others.
Financial: Dr. Victoria Grinman maintains a private practice. She is a consultant and speaker for New York Therapy Placement Services. She receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. Victoria Grinman is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the New York State Society for Clinical Social Work (NYSSCSW), and Changing Our Consciousness. She is an affiliate of New York Cares.
Application of Theory and Integrating Interventions
Neuroscience, Trauma, and the Body
The Neurobiology of Attachment
The Triune Brain, Regulation and Polyvagal Theory
Applications for Trauma Treatment
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