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This 6-hour course will explore the relationship between mind-body medicine and its impact on reducing traumatic stress in both clients and providers. We will explore the evolution of the practice of mindfulness in medical, social and psychological practice fields stemming from the science of mind-body medicine and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Participants will work in pairs and groups to practice step-by-step mindfulness and body-based practices that will allow them to increase their awareness of how to alter autonomic reactions in the present moment. Participants will learn about:
Hanna Institute courses are approved for continuing education credit for a variety of professionals. See details here. This 4-hour course meets requirements toward the 40-hour recertification program required for certified administrators as well as CE credits through CAMFT. The course is available individually; those who complete our 5-course series will be issued a Certificate in Trauma-informed Care.
Refunds and changes: You can transfer your registration to a different date up to 2 weeks before a class begins; or transfer to another person at any time before the class begins. Refunds are available up to 30 days before a class begins; a 10% administrative fee will be withheld. Classes with fewer than ten participants will be cancelled. Upon cancellation, your registration can be transferred to another date and/or another person.
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