At a time when the prevalence of trauma is especially high, particularly among women, we’ll explore the benefits of mindfulness as part of a trauma-sensitive, or trauma-informed practice.
Our discussion will focus on the pervasive impact of trauma, its symptoms, and the effectiveness of response. The cultivation of meaning and purpose is also a central way trauma can be transformed from a distressed state to long-lasting growth.
|Manual - Post-traumatic Growth and Healing (1.4 MB)||10 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Caroline Welch, is the CEO and Co-founder of the Mindsight Institute in Santa Monica, California. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School with a master’s degree from the University of Southern California, she started her career in law as a corporate litigator. Welch has served as a Los Angeles County court-appointed mediator, as well as in house counsel at MGM Studios and Spelling Entertainment Group. She began her mindfulness practice forty years ago while working in Japan as an English teacher for three years. Welch provides lectures and workshops to enhance well- being in our personal and professional lives. She and her husband live in Santa Monica with their dog Charlie and have two adult children.
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