Healing Trauma With Ecotherapy Practices
Juniper Owens, Holden Dillman
Discuss the basics of ecotherapy and trauma, introduce models of trauma appropriate for ecotherapy interventions, and learn practices and techniques that are specifically designed to assist in trauma work.
This training is approved for 1 CE Hour by the following boards:
NASW-KY Approved Provider #050522.
Florida Board of CSWMFTMHC Approved Provider #50-33522. Course Approval #20-945129.
Approval accepted by the Ohio CSWMFTB.
Continuing education requirements vary by state, while many accept the above approvals, please confirm with your board.
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- Define 'trauma' and its subsections.
- Explain the multi-level impacts of trauma i.e. physical, community, earth.
- Describe various practices to utilize within an ecotherapy session.
- Define the 'LALA' method.
- Understand how ecotherapy practices can be beneficial when working with trauma.
LCSW, CPT, LMT, IMHP
Co-Founder, Director, and Social Worker
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Juniper has used the Academy's 3-Core Integrative approach for years, specializing in the treatment of anxiety and chronic stress. Juniper is greatly passionate about environmental justice and nature connection; she is a certified ecotherapist, Yasei Shinrin Yoku guide, and nature connection guide. Additionally, they are a Work That Reconnects facilitator and a Wild Mind apprentice at the Animas Valley Institute.