Considering Mind, Body, and Spirit: Becoming a more integrated practitioner
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In our contemporary times of unprecedented distress there is an ever rising demand for mental and behavioral healthcare. Helping professionals face clients who are struggling across multiple aspects of their lives. Traditionally, spirituality was not a component of treatment yet increasing attention is focused on the role spirituality might play in mental health and wellness. As we readjust to a COVID altered reality, many (not just clients) are struggling to make sense of the world around them, find meaning in their lives, and a sense pf community. This seminar invites attendees to explore the interrelatedness of mind, body, and spirit, what spirituality means and how and why their professional practice (or even their own well being) might benefit from a more whole person approach.
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Lidia Snyder, LMSW, RYT-500, TCTSY-F is a Registered Yoga Teacher as well as a Certified TCTSY Facilitator and accredited TCTSY trainer of the Center for Trauma and Embodiment. She teaches traditional Hatha Yoga and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga across Western New York, including organizational and individual clients. She has worked in child welfare and juvenile justice over the past 25 years and has taught graduate level courses in child welfare and organizational behavior. Lidia is a contributing author on the newly released Yoga and Resilience: Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma.