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Trauma-sensitive mindfulness

Events & Courses

Educating Anxious Brains: Creating Calm, Collected, Mindful, and Trauma-Sensitive Schools

February 14-16th, 2020

San Francisco, CA

David will be joining this three-day conference, organized by Learning & the Brain, the morning of February 15th to give a presentation on Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness for youth.

May 2020

TSM in Europe, Spring 2020

Zurich, Switzerland – May 12-13th
Basel, Switzerland – May 14th
Freiburg, Germany – May 15-17th
Salzberg, Austria – May 19-20th
London, England – May 22nd
(Details for all events below)

Becoming Trauma-Sensitive: Making Mindfulness Safe for Trauma Survivors

Zurich, Switzerland | Center for Mindfulness Zurich

May 12-13th, 2020

Salzburg, Austria | Pro Juventute Akademie

May 19-20th, 2020

London, England | The Mindfulness Project

Friday, May 22nd, 2020

Stay tuned for further information about the other trainings on the European tour, including locations, content, and registration.

September 2020

Becoming Trauma-Sensitive: Making Mindfulness Safe for Trauma Survivors

September 4-6th, 2020

Shambhala Mountain Center  | Red Feather Lakes, Colorado

This weekend workshop will introduce you to the theory and practice of trauma-sensitive mindfulness. You will leave the workshop prepared to recognize symptoms of traumatic stress while offering mindfulness interventions, and trauma-sensitive modifications you can apply to your teaching and practice.

October 2020

TSM in Europe, Fall 2020

Ireland – October 23-24th
Wavre, Belgium – October 29-30th
(Details for all events below)

Becoming Trauma-Sensitive: Making Mindfulness Safe for Trauma Survivors

Wavre, Belgium | The Mindfulness Institute

October 29-30th, 2020

Stay tuned for further information about the other trainings on the European tour, including locations, content, and registration.

Previous Events & Courses

Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Course

Online Course Presented by David Treleaven The Practitioner’s Guide to Recognizing Trauma, RespondingSkillfully, and Preventing Retraumatization There’s a path to gaining competence — even mastery

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