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This training has really increased my awareness of the way that I can use the things that are valuable to me personally in my yoga practice, in my work with clients in a more traditional therapy setting. It’s possible for me to incorporate those elements in my office! I would absolutely recommend this training to a colleague, especially if they’re working with people who have experienced trauma, and I think we’re all working with people who have experienced trauma.
D.Sharp, LCSW, CGP - TCYM graduate
This training changed my life! I learned so much from what a chakra is and how to talk about them with my clients… I found it extremely beneficial to learn all the different variations in poses that I could do with clients in my office, even if I didn’t have all the props. I learned about the language that you use in a trauma-sensitive way. The language is subtle, gentle, it’s inviting and it’s a wonderful way to be able to speak to a client. I’ve already recommended this training to colleagues, because I found it so useful in my practice with trauma work.
D.Oatman, LCSW - TCYM graduate
This training reinvigorated my personal yoga practice and allowed me the ability to bring clients to a space of connection to their body and having some tools for how to do that in a safe way. In this training I learned how to move clients from the couch to the floor and practical ways to bring curiosity and receptivity to the experience while allowing clients to go where they need to go. This was a wonderful experience. It really allowed me to look at things in a new way.
T. Peterson, LPC - TCYM graduate
This training brought a lot of depth to my practice. Now I focus a lot more on the sensations in the body instead of just feelings. I’ve already recommended this training to a couple of colleagues. I think that the more clinicians that have this depth of training, the better
this field can be for our clients.
B.Lollis, LMSW - TCYM graduate
Incorporating movement: My own movement, my client’s movement, the idea that we could actually use our bodies in therapy was the biggest thing I took away from this training. I enjoyed the idea of conditional language- the idea of offering the opportunity, “when you feel ready,” “if you would like to,” “you might do this,” rather than a direct command to do a certain thing. It makes a lot of sense when you’re working with people who have experienced trauma..
D.Sharp, LCSW, CGP - TCYM graduate

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      NITYDA GESSEL

      LCSW, E-RYT, TIYT

      Nityda’s dual licensure as both yoga professional and mental health professional inform her wider scope of practice and experience in supporting trauma survivors that is rare to find in a trauma-informed yoga teacher trainer

      NITYDA GESSEL

      LCSW, E-RYT, TIYT

      Nityda’s dual licensure as both yoga professional and mental health professional inform her wider scope of practice and experience in supporting trauma survivors that is rare to find in a trauma-informed yoga teacher trainer

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      This training has really increased my awareness of the way that I can use the things that are valuable to me personally in my yoga practice, in my work with clients in a more traditional therapy setting. It’s possible for me to incorporate those elements in my office! I would absolutely recommend this training to a colleague, especially if they’re working with people who have experienced trauma, and I think we’re all working with people who have experienced trauma.
      D.Sharp, LCSW, CGP - TCYM graduate
      This training reinvigorated my personal yoga practice and allowed me the ability to bring clients to a space of connection to their body and having some tools for how to do that in a safe way. In this training I learned how to move clients from the couch to the floor and practical ways to bring curiosity and receptivity to the experience while allowing clients to go where they need to go. This was a wonderful experience. It really allowed me to look at things in a new way.
      T. Peterson, LPC - TCYM graduate
      This training brought a lot of depth to my practice. Now I focus a lot more on the sensations in the body instead of just feelings. I’ve already recommended this training to a couple of colleagues. I think that the more clinicians that have this depth of training, the better
      this field can be for our clients.
      B.Lollis, LMSW - TCYM graduate
      This training changed my life! I learned so much from what a chakra is and how to talk about them with my clients… I found it extremely beneficial to learn all the different variations in poses that I could do with clients in my office, even if I didn’t have all the props. I learned about the language that you use in a trauma-sensitive way. The language is subtle, gentle, it’s inviting and it’s a wonderful way to be able to speak to a client. I’ve already recommended this training to colleagues, because I found it so useful in my practice with trauma work.
      D.Oatman, LCSW - TCYM graduate
      Incorporating movement: My own movement, my client’s movement, the idea that we could actually use our bodies in therapy was the biggest thing I took away from this training. I enjoyed the idea of conditional language- the idea of offering the opportunity, “when you feel ready,” “if you would like to,” “you might do this,” rather than a direct command to do a certain thing. It makes a lot of sense when you’re working with people who have experienced trauma..
      D.Sharp, LCSW, CGP - TCYM graduate