Trauma & Resilience Trainings

Trauma & Resilience Trainings

Echo brings you one-day trainings on trauma and resilience for trauma survivors and professionals working with survivors. It provides a solid grounding in the cutting-edge science behind trauma and resilience as applied through survivor wisdom and insight.

Trauma & Resilience Part I
Provides a general overview of trauma and how to become trauma-informed, including skill-building around how to provide healing within relationship.

Trauma & Resilience Part II
The second part of the Trauma & Resilience training provides a more in-depth look at the cutting-edge science surrounding childhood trauma, plus offers additional skills to help professionals develop a trauma-informed practice.

“To say that the trauma training I went to opened my eyes and educated me and changed my life is an understatement. And not just me, I could see it in the room at the end of the training day with everyone. It’s empowering and gives us all a chance at recovery for ourselves and/or to help others. 

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve thought to myself that I wish everyone was required to have this kind of training and how “woke” and accessible the information is in the way you presented it. “

Upcoming Events

Trauma & Resilience Part I Training

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 | 9 am to 4:30 pm
Did you know that childhood experiences can affect your physical health as an adult? That toxic stress makes us more sensitive to things like sound? Or that it affects learning and memory? That safe, stable nurturing relationships can heal trauma? Register today for this fascinating review of all that current science is telling us about the number one health issue of our time.

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Trauma & Resilience Part II Training

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 9 am to 4:30 pm
This is a chance for you to deepen your knowledge about trauma, resilience and post-traumatic growth. We will dive deeper into the science behind how the brain and body respond to trauma, including the polyvagal theory and recent discoveries about how to harness brain waves and eye movements to heal trauma.

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