to create playful and caring child-adult interactions that foster joyful shared experiences. These activities build attunement and understanding of each other – replicating early relationship experiences that are proven to lead to secure attachment. The interactions are personal, physical and fun – a natural way for everyone to experience the healing power of being together.
incarcerated people with trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness practices to promote rehabilitation, reduce recidivism, and improve public safety.
group treatment program that uses a strengths-based approach along with veteran-informed principles of unit cohesion, therapeutic embodiment, and communalization of trauma through Shakespeare’s veterans to help our veterans overcome the immense obstacles of transitioning from military service back into their communities.
a Baltimore-based 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to nurturing the wellness of children and adults in underserved communities. Through a comprehensive approach which helps children develop their inner lives through yoga, mindfulness, and self-care HLF demonstrates deep commitment to learning, community, and stewardship of the environment. HLF is also committed to developing high-quality evidence based programs and curriculum to improve community well-being.
dedicated to providing professional education that promotes greater understanding of expressive arts therapy and trauma-informed practices. The Institute offers live trainings, courses and workshops and distance learning courses for mental health professionals and master’s and doctoral students; these learning opportunities are also open to arts-based facilitators and practitioners.
helps people heal by accessing and loving their protective and wounded inner parts. We believe the mind is naturally multiple and that is a good thing. Just like members of a family, inner parts are forced from their valuable states into extreme roles within us. We also all have a core Self.
Self is in everyone. It can’t be damaged. It knows how to heal.
institution aimed at improving family happiness. It was formally established on May 1, 2015. Based on the latest theories and practices of global neuroscience, psychology, and modern psychosomatic medicine, combined with the actual situation of Chinese social life, it is a course designed to improve people’s internal motivation, solve behavioral and emotional problems, and improve personal effectiveness.
transform people’s lives. Our beat making and music production program has educational, therapeutic, and social components that build confidence, inspire creativity, and help individuals create positive change.
at-risk/at-promise teens and Transitional Age Youth (TAY) in the greater Bay Area.
personal and social issues to incarcerated, post-incarcerated, and at-risk communities, allowing them to develop life skills that will ensure their successful integration into society.
Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART), a powerful healing approach for children who have experienced maltreatment and emotional neglect within their caregiving system, in addition to other chronic stressors. SMART was designed to treat the consequences of these adverse experiences, which we now understand as Developmental Trauma.
worked closely with juvenile court judges and the probation officers of Berkshire County to engage adolescent offenders and those in need of support and provide an alternative to traditional punitive measures. Adjudicated juvenile offenders work with Shakespeare & Company artists and participate in classes, rehearsals, and performances of scenes from Shakespeare’s plays.
of organizations and service systems to trauma-informed care (TIC) through the delivery of whole-system consultation, professional training, coaching, and research. The Traumatic Stress Institute (TSI) of Klingberg Family Centers promotes excellence in trauma-informed services both within Klingberg and to organizations nationally and internationally who treat clients with histories of psychological trauma and attachment disruptions.
a core concepts model of intervention developed to support children who have experienced complex trauma, along with their caregivers and systems of care. The ARC concepts are designed to be applied flexibly to the child, and system, in-context, and can be translated to the range of systems in which youth and families receive support. ARC is distributed via the Center for Trauma Training; further information about ARC can be found on our website.
professional educational organization that designs and provides the highest-level trainings and services to serve a global network of mental health practitioners*, and for the public at large. Seeking to enhance human relationships, our paradigm is substantiated by interpersonal neurobiology and impelled by mindfulness applied in interactive contexts.
*SPI is neither a regulatory nor licensing organization and therefore not sanctioned to certify, license, or otherwise bestow the legal authorization to practice as a mental health professional.
a mission to transform trauma, loss and disability into hope and potential by awakening the connection between mind and body. They are known for adapting yoga for persons living with disabilities. Mind Body Solutions also offers innovative workshops for caregivers and healthcare professionals, with a goal of teaching to integrate practical mind-body techniques into daily practices that result in more satisfied, committed caregivers and better patient outcomes.
holistic healing art. Using age old yogic and modern therapeutic approaches to deepen awareness and presence, we are able to help others accept themselves more fully. Out of this acceptance they are more easily moved to embrace the opportunity for change, growth and enhanced well-being in body, mind, emotions and spirit.
dynamic inquiry into what it is to be a human being, providing a somatic experiential method to consciously explore yourself as an unfolding biological and planetary process.
Central goals of Continuum Movement are the creation of health and wellness, freeing oneself from the cultural and mechanistic constraints of modern society. Continuum Movement maintains that movement is the message and the messenger.
educates clinicians and the public about Neurofeedback. Their online BCIA certified neurofeedback course trains practitioners to integrate neurofeedback into their practices and offer more treatment options to their patients.
small private family foundation in the Philadelphia area which supports non-profits that foster education, welfare and community. Founded in 2016 by Susan S and Stephen P Kelly.
by Deran Young when she noticed a gap in mentorship, knowledge sharing and unity among helping professionals. She saw this as an opportunity to organize counseling professionals towards ACTION in decreasing the stigma and other barriers to psychological and social well being among African Americans and other vulnerable populations.
created powerful and innovative frameworks to open pathways for progress in peace talks, transitions to democracy, and national reconciliation in the aftermath of division and violence in over 75 countries.
non-governmental organization whose vision is to create a healed and empowered society that puts its energy into processes of peace, recovery, and reconciliation. TOL provides psychosocial community-based approaches that help people living with trauma to reconnect with self, nature, family, and community.
for healing, empowerment, and transformation by training, mentoring, and certifying community providers to prevent and treat the impacts of complex trauma, compounded stress, and childhood adversity. GTP’s unique model provides capacity-building support to both organizations and community-based workers, ensuring the change happens on both systemic and local levels.
and individuals to help them be more effective teammates, communicators, and leaders. Through workshops, trainings, on- and off-site meetings and retreats, and coaching relationships, Edgework delivers carefully designed and facilitated sessions. Edgework’s core content areas allow for teams or whole companies to find a solution that will help them grow.
known worldwide for the excellence of the Continuing Education courses and seminars it offers for health and mental health professionals, OD and HR practitioners, educators at all levels, and any profession that applies behavioral science to practice. CCI was the first in its field to offer interactive education and in-person learning with leading contributors to knowledge and practice at a pace and in a setting that fosters learning.
The primary focus of the MNRI Method is to support the integration process of primary motor reflex patterns regardless of a person’s condition or age.
While MNRI primary motor reflex pattern techniques alone have the power to improve general function, when combined with the additional MNRI programs Dr. Masgutova has created, the potential for improvement becomes even greater.
dedicated to using Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) also called Tapping to help address stress, anxiety and trauma recovery with specific populations. TTP offers various Tapping programs designed for specific populations including mental health and caring professionals, foster parents, educators (staff, children and Head Start teachers) nurses, and people with addiction. Through her expertise, Tijana Coso created a simplified version of EFT called Functional EFT for everyone to use – even children.
to create peer to peer spaces and programs of healing for all individuals who have experienced trauma and abuse.
interdisciplinary program approach to trauma recovery.
Based in Manila, Philippines, utilizing visual, literary, performance art, and sports we slowly usher in the South East Asian and Asian collective to be more comfortable with approaching Mental Health care in ways that fit their own context and culture.
Rooted in the belief that if mental health is to be worked on, the body has to be part of it, Project: Steady has worked for almost a decade inside the Maximum Security Prison and has now since expanded outside the walls to normalize trauma-informed recovery online and on the ground.
Project: Steady started as a Mental Health program of Rock Ed Philippines an alternative education non-profit founded in 2005 and is now a webwide mental health support venue.
provides public education about psychedelic plant medicines and promotes a bridge between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science. As psychedelics go mainstream, we curate critical conversations about controversial and marginalized topics in the space. We also promote access, inclusion, and diversity by uplifting the voices of women, queer people, indigenous peoples, people of color, and the Global South in the field of psychedelic science.
Chacruna Institute for Psychedelic Plant Medicines (https://chacruna.net/)
Our Mission at PATH is to create a compassionate community where people in recovery can become more Self Led and speak for their parts which may be burdened with extreme behaviors.
a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that operates throughout the United States. The NAP was started by Matt Fleischman, PhD, a psychologist with 35 years doing and teaching about neurofeedback. Our mission is to implement neurofeedback in agencies working with the underserved and those most vulnerable and track the results on the client, agency and healthcare system.
Originally formed as a regional society, Northeast Region Biofeedback Society (NRBS) has grown and welcomed members internationally during its years of service to the biofeedback and neurofeedback communities. We are a membership organization that invites professionals and students who are interested in psychophysiology and its effects on behavior. Additionally, we welcome interested individuals who seek to enhance their own wellness by learning about the science and treatment modalities available via biofeedback and neurofeedback.
Our goal is to facilitate public awareness and to provide treatment professionals with a forum for education and interaction with other professionals. We recognize the barriers many people face in accessing medical care and are dedicated to promoting services that would not be otherwise available to underprivileged members of society.
is a beloved and embodied community organization serving as a catalyst for change and integration; promoting mutual respect and understanding while shifting resources for positive social impact and disrupting oppressive systems with a values-aligned strategy for movement building.
BRIDGE has culturally specific trauma-informed programs for women, youth and BIPOC communities with a gender, race and economic equity lens. BRIDGE has been recognized as a culturally specific led organization through federal and state channels and remains for over a dozen years certified in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a supplier diversity program in education, training, language access and advocacy.
Winning the national anti-poverty award in 2021 as the Drum Major for Justice for its solidarity economy and mutual aid pandemic response, BRIDGE has been leading a change movement while centering the lived experiences and voices of underrepresented individuals and community members.
From a holistic approach, BRIDGE leads cohorts for movement building with corporations and executive leaders; foundations and philanthropists; and community members serving as activists and allies.
~Co-founder and CEO of BRIDGE, Gwendolyn VanSant
Our work is grounded in NEAR science, which is a body of scientific research that includes Neuroscience, Epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and Resilience. NEAR illustrates how adversity, stress, and trauma impact individuals and society, as well as protective factors that promote better outcomes.
We embrace an anti-racist, public health framework by addressing the injustices that cause poor health and supporting the integration of promotion, prevention, resilience-building, and healing activities. We recognize the importance of historical and intergenerational inequities that impact health across the lifespan as well as the health and welfare of families.
We know that people are fundamentally resilient and we prioritize actions and policies that support and build on natural strengths and disrupt practices and policies that perpetuate harm. We believe that trauma-informed approaches address social and economic justice as well as healing.
We are also committed to ensuring voice and choice for everyone, especially those that have been marginalized, discriminated against, and excluded from opportunities that promote health and well-being.