1) Clinicians will understand the types of trauma that impact children.
2) Clinicians will understand how trauma impacts children mentally, emotionally, physically, and behaviorally.
3) Clinicians will learn how mindfulness-based interventions can assist children in recovering from trauma symptoms.
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Treleaven, D. A., & Britton, W. (2018). Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Practices for Safe and Transformative Healing (1st ed.). W. W. Norton & Company.
Learn more about Joshua Nave LLMSW
University of New England Alumni, Psychotherapist at Health for Life Counseling Grand Rapids and The Trauma-Informed Counseling Center of Grand Rapids, EMDR level II trained.