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Asheville NC 28801

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APPLIED TRAUMA AWARENESS FOR PRACTITIONERS

APPLIED TRAUMA AWARENESS FOR PRACTITIONERS (ATAP)

“This training should 

be conducted in every village in the country”

Image | World Vision

ATAP trainings have been provided to Syrian medical staff, attorneys, journalists, activists, and other

professionals. A Train-the-Trainer course was introduced for Syrian participants in January 2016.

 Immersive training for professionals working with at-risk populations in high-intensity environments

 Applied Trauma Awareness for Practitioners (ATAP) is a research-supported trauma awareness and response training specially designed for frontline professionals. This customized educational and experiential workshop brings together theory and practice to:

 

  • Identify types of trauma and responses to trauma (physical, psychological, emotional, relational, spiritual)

 

  • Examine impacts of trauma on individuals and communities in conflict and post-conflict environments

 

  • Explore links between unhealed trauma and cycles of violence

 

  • Discuss strategies for trauma healing and reconciliation for families, communities, organizations and nations

 

  • Create ways to integrate trauma awareness and healing modalities into practitioners’ daily life and work 

Professional skills training based on
 

  • Neurobiology

  • Psychology

  • Mind-Body Medicine

  • Conflict Transformation

  • Restorative Justice

  • Trauma Informed Leadership

Especially designed for 
 

  • Humanitarian Relief Agencies

  • International Journalists

  • Mental Health Providers

  • Public Health Specialists

  • Medical Field Staff

  • Military Personnel

This workshop changed my life. Before the course, I could only live in the past. Now, I am fully alive in the present