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Workshop participants get an introduction to the Indigenous history and science behind the healing approaches. Then, the group goes into using and learning how to sustain the practices on their own. Click here to print a workshop handout to share with your team.
For one-on-one sessions or pairs (i.e. with intimate partner, child, or sibling), there are two options.
1.) There are 30-min sessions for either Emotion Code or PSYCH-K.
2.) There are 90-min sessions for the comprehensive experience with TRE, Emotion Code, and PSYCH-K and you receive self-sustaining practices.
To schedule 1:1 sessions, click the button below.
Tension & Trauma Release (TRE)
In research, tremoring or shaking mitigates the negative impact of chronic stress, PTS, and vicarious trauma. We will teach you how to activate your own shaking experiences, turn it off when you desire, and reactivate it on your own time. This is a self-sustaining practice that you get to learn for your long-term use.
Tremoring is used in many Indigenous contexts; the TRE approach has been weaved into Western institutions such as the Veteran’s Administration in order to bring this healing option to persons with PTS.
Check out research and more on TRE natural tremoring from the international certifying and research organization.
Clearing trapped emotions is an option to help mitigate the negative impact of chronic stress and vicarious trauma. Trapped emotions can exacerbate existing stressors.
Learn more about the generational transmission of emotional memory among mammals, for example in this publication by Yehuda and Lehrner (2018).
Reprograming subconscious beliefs can address chronic stress and vicarious trauma. Subconscious beliefs can exacerbate health issues and factors that are creating those health issues.
Research illustrates brain changes that occur during sessions in Psych-K. Check out more on Psych-K on the international certifying and research organization’s website.
Specializing in children, youth, and justice system programming, we conduct program and organizational impact evaluation studies. Check-out this example of a recent study on the state of Restorative Practices in a school district.
Programs in our area of specialization can request analysis of their data sets, stand-alone assessments, program redesigns, and advising on program launches.
Trainings on Structures & Practices
1.) Exploring & Healing Colonization and Racism for Your Team and Programs: An Introduction (1-day)
2.) Exploring & Healing Program Design: Program design is examined and redesigned for decolonizing and ensuring anti-racist practices across all features, including recruitment, direct-service, aftercare/follow-up, and data management. (2-days)
3.) Exploring & Healing Team Practices: Practices are assessed and redesigned for decolonizing and ensuring anti-racist practices, including program workflows, org-wide data management, coaching and supervision protocols, and volunteer management. (2-days)
4.) Designing an Anti-Racist & Decolonizing Agenda: Explore racist and colonizing forces inside and outside of the org with attention to the org mission and historical impact. The org agenda is a 2-year map for implementation at the client-community-program-
To schedule a conversation about your team’s vision and needs, email us at Contact@BROWNGIRLHEALING.org.
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