EXPLORE OUR INTRODUCTORY TRAINING VIDEOS!
Our INTRODUCTION TO MOVEMENT TRAUMA FOR HEALERS SERIES provides an introduction to the landscape of movement trauma, create a common language with which we, as healers, can collaborate together towards this national and global cause of healing in movements, and to build a mobilizable healer network to support movements now and beyond this moment.
TRAINING FOR PRACTITIONERS
At TRACC4MOVEMENTS we are committed to the practice of co-teaching and co-learning where in communitty we can grow in our own skills by learning from the wisdom of others in our movement trauma healer network. This inaugural series of training videos are available on a sliding scale basis to make it accessible to all who need the resources. These are meant to offer a beginning baseline and introduction to healers looking to support activists, organizers and communities related to social movement trauma in this moment.
In Fall 2020 we will be launching a full certificate program featuring a wide variety of movement healers and skills with a robust training curriculum for folks that want to do deeper work in movement trauma in this moment and beyond. This full training curriculum will provide CEUS to providers in certain fields of practice and a certificate to all.
For now, please check back regularly for our weekly updating recordings and new workshops in our introductory workshop series (5 total).
TRAINING RECORDINGS: You can view all our introductory trainings after the fact by either purchasing the video for download at $20 or renting for 72 hours for $5. If you don't have the financial capacity to afford the training video costs please contact us at email@example.com.
5-SERIES TRAINING RECORDINGS:
SESSION 1 | PANDEMIC TO PROTEST: EMOTIONAL FIRST AID FOR MOVEMENT TRAUMA 101
If you are a healer wondering what you can today to support those on the frontlines, join emotional first aid for movement 101 education. Healers include but are not limited to: mental health care workers, medical care workers, holistic and alternative medicine and somatic workers, spiritual care workers, and beyond. Join TRACC (trauma response and crisis care) 4 Movements care team members Vahisha Hasan, MA, Teresa Mateus, MSW and Dr. Diana Quinn for this primer on providing healing care to community in this moment (and beyond).
What is social movement trauma?
How is providing movement trauma care different from other trauma care?
What is the difference between frontlines and backlines care and how do I decide where I fit?
How do we look at systemic impacts of social-emotional wellness?
Case examples from movement trauma care.
Basic Practices and Principles for Providing Emotional Care in this Moment
What do I do next? Getting engaged and educated moving forward.