What are Mind Body Approaches and Why do They Make so Much Sense for Anxiety, Depression and Other Stress Related Disorders
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Description: The distinction between mind and body is diminishing as we learn more from multiple disciplines, including medicine, epidemiology, psychology and social work. As such, the utility of interventions that are not exclusively cognitive offer clinicians and clients an opportunity to experience new improvements in the face of anxiety, depression and other stress related disorders, including trauma and PTSD. Seminar participants can expect to gain a deeper understanding of how stress and trauma impact functioning and the mechanics of mind body approaches (the how, what and why). Current research on mind body interventions for anxiety, depression and other stress related challenges will be reviewed to facilitate seminar participant's ability to consider the most impactful mind body approaches.
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Target Audience: social workers, mental health practitioners, creative arts therapists, marriage and facility therapists, psychologists, addiction professionals, case managers, and other interested individuals.Customer Service
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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.