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February 16-19, 2023 Maunabo, Puerto Rico

Strengthening Your Skills in Avoiding Retraumatization

Working with trauma clients can be rewarding. To help clients break free from excessive fight, flight, and freeze energy so they can live a more harmonious life is why many of us do this work.  We desire to see people free from the grips of past trauma. 

While working with trauma clients can be rewarding, it can also be hard work. Holding the balance for clients between exploring the “then” and staying in the “now” can take a ton of skill, patience, and trust in self.  This is an area that requires continual growth and development as a trauma treatment professional.


To help you in that growth and development, we are sharing some of TTC’s favorite resources on the different skills used in helping clients avoid retraumatization. 
 
General Training

Replay of 3 Pillars to Avoiding Retraumatization

We hosted a webinar  a couple of years ago on this topic that we would like to share. Please note: at the end of this webinar replay, we offer a course that is now waitlisted. You can sign up for the waitlist if you are interested here.
 
Pacing

Podcast:   Pacing in Trauma Treatment
Vlog Posts: Why Pacing is Everything in Trauma Treatment
      Pacing in Trauma Treatment
 
Stabilization/ Coping Skills

Podcast: Supporting Highly Dysregulated Clients
Vlog Post: Stabilization in Trauma Treatment
 
Establishing/ Reestablishing Safety
 
Vlog Post: Boundaries for the Client and Therapist in Trauma Treatment
Vlog Post: How to Create a Container in Trauma Treatment
Blog Post: Safety in Trauma Treatment
Blog Post: Boundaries in Trauma Treatment
Bonus: Overview of Psychoeducation for Boundary Work
 

By no means are these all the resources out there, but our hope is it will give you a good start and some direction to continue your growth and development. Growing our skills is one way to help us feel more prepared, which can easily translate to feeling more grounded in trauma treatment.


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