mental health

December 16, 2019

Creating A Relaxing Environment At Home

Creating A Relaxing Environment At Home The world is a hard place to live in these days. Your home should be your sanctuary from the world, but it can be hard to make it feel that way when you are struggling to deal with your own mental health and trauma. […]
September 25, 2019

DBT Skills for Trauma and Attachment Starved Clients

Dejaye Botkin is joining our team at Arizona Trauma Institute and Trauma Institute International teaching a course called DBT Skills for Trauma and Attachment Starved Clients. Over the past 20 years working in the field of co-occurring disorders, Dejaye has recognized that all of the clients she has worked with […]
May 3, 2018

Powerful Voices Crossing Boundaries : The Second Post-Conference Reflection of The Resilient Church

This article was originally posted on the ICTG Blog April 28, 2018 The Resilient Church Conference Powerful Voices Crossing Boundaries : The Second Post-Conference Reflection of The Resilient Church One month ago, I wrote a blog post titled “From Mistrust to Hope” that reflected on The Resilient Church conference. In this blog, […]
March 15, 2018

From Mistrust to Hope: A Post-conference Reflection of The Resilient Church

This article was originally posted on the ICTG Blog March 12, 2018  The Resilient Church Conference From Mistrust to Hope: A Post-conference Reflection of The Resilient Church On February 9th, 2018, Pure Heart Church and The Faithful City (TFC) hosted “The Resilient Church Conference” (short video here) in Glendale, Arizona. There were 25 speakers who conducted […]
February 21, 2018

A Community of Master Healers – Free Coaching and Webinar Series

A Community of Master Healers – Free Coaching and Webinar Series Join a Community of Master Healers Arizona Trauma Institute invites you to share our mission of creating Master Healing Communities. Please join us by participating in free monthly coaching webinar sessions and a Brown Bag Lunch Webinar series. By […]
June 16, 2016

Who Chooses to Be Dominated in a Relationship?

Occasionally one can hear criticisms and judgments about people that appear reluctant to leave relationships where they are dominated and sometimes abused. Mental health counselors and therapists also feel frustrated very often when dealing with those that they deem as victims in intimate relationships. In a recent training, one such […]