Given your participation in Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: The Beginner’s Guide to Recognizing Trauma, Responding Skillfully, and Preventing Retraumatization you know how to recognize and support trauma survivors struggling in mindfulness practice.
While this is an essential component in leading others in practice, it’s only part of what’s possible when it comes to the positive impacts of trauma-informed mindfulness training.
Join David live, via Zoom on Tuesday, February 11th at 5pm PT as he unpacks the core components of the upcoming Advanced Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Widening the Window of Tolerance and Supporting Trauma Recovery that begins on Monday, March 30th and explores:
Once you register, you will be able to submit your questions for David about the impacts advanced TSM training can have on widening the window of tolerance and promoting healing for trauma survivors. David will answer as many of your questions as possible during this event.
Praise for David’s work in Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness
“An essential “upgrade” for anyone who thinks of her or himself as a mindfulness teacher, or is in training to become one.”
— JON KABAT-ZINN, Ph.D.
Founder of MBSR and author of Full Catastrophe Living
“David is an incredible and thoughtful trainer, human, and ally. He is approachable, genuine, articulate, and nuanced in his lens of intersectional and trauma-informed practices at their intersection with mindfulness.”
— ZABIE YAMASAKI M.Ed., RYT,
Creator of Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga and Program Director of Trauma-Informed Yoga Programs at UCLA
“Essential and fascinating reading for meditation teachers, mental health practitioners and all those who have suffered from trauma and want to engage on a meditative path in a wise and healing way.”
— TARA BRACH, Ph.D.
Author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge
About David Treleaven
David Treleaven, PhD, is a writer and educator working at the intersection of mindfulness and trauma. He is the author of the acclaimed new book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness (W. W. Norton), and founder of the Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness (TSM) Community — a group committed to setting a standard of care within mindfulness-based practices, interventions, and programs.
Through workshops, keynotes, podcasts, and online education, David focuses on offering mindfulness providers with the knowledge and tools they require to meet the needs of those struggling with trauma. He is passionate about connecting his audience with on-the-ground experts, and is closely engaged with current empirical research to inform best practices.