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Stay up to date with your credentials and the latest science-based interventions in trauma recovery and more. With a professional background in education and yoga therapy, these courses marry the wisdom of mind-body science with practical application and teaching techniques to help you anchor your learning and increase your confidence in helping those you serve find lasting change.

Courses for social workers are offered online seasonally and include a downloadable video recording of our session.

If you are interested in having Jillian teach a workshop privately to your organization, please reach out!

Trauma Recovery For The Mind & Body

Do you want to have the skills to help your clients integrate their traumas and heal more holistically and completely?

With equal parts didactic, storytelling, experiential learning and games, participants will come away from this workshop with a solid understanding of the nervous system and how to soothe it in order to create a stable inner foundation for lasting wellness post-trauma.

Traumas are emotional events that overwhelm us and our ability to process and move through them. As a result, a traumatized person can feel that they are at the mercy of the world around them.

In this workshop, we will explore the impacts that traumas have on the mind, body and spirit as well as the most relevant research-based practices for mind-body healing and integration. Using trauma-informed movement and practicing body awareness, we will cultivate a skill set that allows us to reacquaint ourselves with our bodies, practice making choices and have new experiences — some of the natural, life-affirming comforts that are taken from us when traumatic events occur.

Because traumas affect the mind and the body, a two-pronged approach is necessary for creating true, lasting integration. Mind-body tools work because they give the patient a pathway toward healing, building resiliency and broadening the window of tolerance for challenging emotions as well as uncomfortable physical sensations. By addressing the body and managing the nervous system, we can create better internal environments for positive changes to take root.

Post-traumatic stress is at an all-time high due to the pandemic and the effects of uncertainty on the nervous system. The discomfort is present for everyone, without discrimination, wellness professionals and their patients included.

This course is approved for 5 clinical continuing education units with the National Association of Social Workers for New Jersey as well as the Louisiana State Board of Social Work Examiners.

Only $99

Per person with no additional charge for CEUs

Your registration includes 5 clinical CEU hours, the live course and playback, course slides, a workbook and a certificate of completion.

When registering for your course, please be sure to register with your most frequently checked email address and your name as you would like it displayed on your certificate of completion!


“I most enjoyed the way you distilled very complicated information and made it palatable. You can tell that you are very experienced because what you gave us has hours behind it. I appreciate the personal information that was built into skill-building exercises. This course was really phenomenal!”

- Jan T.




Understand how traumas become stored in the body


Understand how neurology impacts physiological responses in the body and how to turn on the parasympathetic response


Demonstrate an understanding of how past traumas become repeat experiences


Create a trauma-informed yoga space and offer a short sample flow


Apply techniques to help us stay present and down regulate from “fight or flight” to “rest and digest”


Describe a personal account of somatic experiencing

Purchase for only $99