Trauma Recovery Facilitation Training

How to be elegant, efficient and effective when healing traumatized hearts

A Workshop with Patricia Clason, Curtis Mitchell, and Barbara David – Houston TX – Nov 10-13, 2011.

“The actual process of trauma really worked as a learning experience for me. Being part of it was very rewarding. I definitely recommend this program. I am honored to have been a part of it. The leaders were very down to earth with relaying information in “layman’s terms.”

“Watching a client do emotional process work was excellent – it made it very real and engaging. Curtis’ contributions on somatic release were very valuable.”

“I really liked the balance of head, heart and body and particularly the body/soma focus. The interactive style of learning helped me to understand more.”

“This was an incredible experience! I didn’t know what to expect and I got so much. It helped me heal and educated me enough to help others who have experienced trauma. I am excited about the possibilities of this leading to more healing of myself, trauma victims and PTSD.”

“This was very helpful and information on both a personal and professional level. I feel more prepared to help at future weekends. I wish all VA psychologists and psychiatrists would attend this training.”

“I can only say thank you from the bottom of my heart, which I now recognize as the roof of my soul, for whatever it is was that each of you gave out that helped me to begin to trust again. Thank you for helping me to help myself.”

“This program was well-organized, easy-to-follow, with many opportunities for questions and interaction. I will definitely recommend it to others!”

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