Learn how to become more resilient. Become a little bit tougher, a little bit wiser, and a little bit more prepared for whatever life has in store!
Celebrate Juneteenth by becoming more informed about bias and historical trauma. Becoming more trauma-informed will help to spread compassion for others and empower the work that remains to be done for racial justice and equity.
We are all motivated by different things. Often people with complex or chronic trauma histories are frequently motivated to avoid negative thoughts, emotions, or consequences.
Trauma Release and Wellness Center with Arizona Trauma Institute presents 3 International Training Opportunities! | July 2022
Developmental trauma is one of the most common forms of complex trauma. It has the tendency to complicate growth and emotional maturity.
EMOTICONS INDIA, in affiliation with Arizona Trauma Institute, presents 2 events in July: • The 10 Core Competencies Of Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss • Motivating The Traumatized Client Both classes are presented by Dr. Robert Rhoton.
When the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) is out of balance, it can lead to a variety of negative health outcomes.
It’s June and that means it’s Pride Month! So, Jess Fletcher, one of our teachers here at Arizona Trauma Institute, has compiled many resources to support your growth and understanding of the LGBTQIA+ Community.
For the very first time, with Arizona Trauma Institute, EMCC invites you to join them for 2 events in July: Motivating The Traumatized Client and Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist for Individuals (CCTS-I), presented by Dr. Robert Rhoton. EMCC, located in Singapore,...
You might feel shame because of something about your appearance, events related to your family, or even a lack of education. You might feel you’re not worthy somehow. Shame shows itself in many forms. But the one common thread is that shame makes you feel terrible about yourself. Is healing shame possible?
There are many influences that tend to be ignored systemically in the mental health culture.
Trauma can have a profound and long-lasting impact on every facet of a person’s life.
The RISE Awards is an annual recognition program to recognize people in our community working to make the lives of others better. RISE stands for Resilience, Innovation, Service and Empowerment.
Click HERE to view the upcoming schedule & enroll in this class. Why pursue certification as a Clinical Trauma Specialist? Rapidly expanding research and new insights into the brain, body, and memory raise new issues that challenge traditional models of therapy....
Health and Wellness for Trauma: Sleep, Nutrition, Movement & Stress Management