The truth is that most of us have experienced some level of trauma. We all have experienced things that negatively affect our brain’s ability to function at optimal capacity. This makes it challenging to find a calm connection to self and others.
Trauma informed care (TIC) is about becoming empowered to organize or reorganize the brain by understanding how the brain and body develop. One of the basic tenets of TIC is that we can help the brain develop and heal through “bottom-up regulation.”
During this webinar, NL founders, Tim Jobe and Bettina Shultz-Jobe, will discuss the basic tenets of TIC and bottom-up regulation based on Dr. Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model. They will allow you to grasp and apply complex concepts to your life and your relationships – to heal instead of hurt. If a calm, regulated, connection is a priority for you, you won’t want to miss this webinar!
Tim and Bettina are down to earth people. They have extensive knowledge and you will not be disappointed should you choose them to improve your program.
-Michael (Brady) Bunch
-Attendees of the 2013 and 2014 Williamson County Mental Health in Schools Conference
-Matt Smith, LPC-S
-Gwen Murphy, MEd, LPC, NCC, NBCCH
What a great clinic. The mix of equine psychology and equine assisted psychotherapy is a beneficial blend of life! Loved the one on one, small group atmosphere.
-Kathy Magill, LPC
-Chris Chandler, M.Ed., LPC
-Dr. Beverly Dolenz Walsh, Ph.D.
-Brigitta Bogan Gielisse
-Debbie Stjernholm, LPC, CAC II, EAP II
-Michael Dawson, MA, LPC