Women's Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Group

Women's Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Group

Next Date: July 17, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:20 AM
Cost: Please contact me for pricing details
Type: Group Therapy
Intended Audience: General Public



Center for Trauma-Sensitive Psychotherapy
478 Santa Clara Ave. Suite 200 ,

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Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness builds capacity to contact and experience difficult, uncomfortable, and potentially overwhelming internal emotions, thoughts, sensations in a way that enhances security and stability and reduces the potential for retraumatization.

Client Concerns

  • Abuse / Survivors of Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Dissociation
  • Domestic Violence
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Emotional Overwhelm
  • Fear
  • Physical Abuse
  • Posttraumatic Stress
  • Stress

Types of Therapy

  • Mindfulness-Based Interventions

How to Register

Please contact Christine Valdezáto schedule a free 15-minute consultation to determine fit for the group and learn more about the group.

Additional Facilitator Information

Dr. Snapp is a psychology professor, yoga and mediation instructor, and a reiki master teacher. She uses these mediums to heal, teach, and awaken others. Since 2007, she has taught mindfulness to youth and adults across the U.S. and in Asia. Her mindfulness practice led her to yoga, and in the summer of 2016, she completed a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certification in Hatha Yoga at the Ayur-Yoga Eco Ashram in Karnataka, India. She has taught yoga and meditation to diverse communities of all ages, many of whom had complex trauma. She is also a reiki master teacher and practitioner. She has offered reiki to clients in private sessions, healing circles, yoga classes, and retreats, and she teach reiki level 1 and 2.

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