Training opportunities for Psychotherapists
I offer classes to support other professionals especially as it relates to trauma and the impact of trauma on attachment and relationships. I have supported volunteers with international organizations such as Counselors Without Borders. Also, I have presented at conferences including the International Trauma and Attachment Conference.
Christin Mullen, LMFT and Liliana Casas-Hernandez, LMFT presented the first two days at the Attachment and Trauma Treatment Centre for Healing in Canda.
- Stream A: Healing Trauma: Cool Hacks for Kids, Teens, their parents, and Adults Part 1
- Stream B: Trauma Processing Demonstration and Applied Practice Part 2*
- Stream A: Healing Trauma: Cool Hacks for Kids, Teens, their parents, and Adults Part 2
- Stream B: Trauma Processing and Applied Practice Part 3*
This comprehensive conference covers the following topics:
- Learn tips and techniques for working with works with immigrants and refugees/ asylum seekers.
- Learn evidence-based one-time crisis intervention strategies that are effective in healing.
- Taking you through an experiential practice of evidence-based techniques to process unresolved grief with clients.
- Explore how trauma affects a child during the different developmental stages and how to invite parents to support their child’s recovery.
- Deepen your knowledge and capacity to speak about neuroplasticity and the tremendous capacity for healing in terms parents and kids can hear.
- Recognize the impact of Kaiser’s ACEs study and significant health risks associated with unhealed trauma and effective tools to help mitigate risk and promote resilience.
- Augment your therapeutic tool kit within a research-based expressive arts practice.
- Recognize the therapeutic power of group work in healing, opening, decreasing shame, and building. resilience.
- Acquire skills for supporting the trauma therapist to resource and decrease compassion fatigue.
Christin Mullen, LMFT and Liliana Casas-Hernandez, LMFT provide trauma skills training for graduate students at the University of Texas Brownsville in February 2020.
This is a picture of Christin and Liliana teaching educators and therapists tools to help kids and families buffer toxic stress. These skills are especially important for individuals who have experienced ACEs.