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Organisations and Community Groups

EH Therapy is built on principles of compassion and humanity. I bring those elements to well-being and trauma education to organisations via a range of tailored options to suit your setting. Discover trauma-sensitive interventions for communities or those who support others as part of their work.

You might like to consider the options outline below, but equally, EH Therapy will work collaboratively with you to create sessions and courses that target your desired outcomes and are accessible for your community.

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Well-being Sessions

Empower your team with customised well-being programs designed to foster a sense of regulation and well-being. Prioritise mental health with weekly trauma-sensitive yoga or mindfulness sessions, or a one-off event.

This kind of therapeutic intervention is especially appropriate for communities who want help with nervous system regulation, including those at risk of secondary (vicarious) trauma and burnout.

Recent sessions include:

  • A weekly 90 minute women's yoga circle - elements of movement, relaxation and breathing, and community connection.

  • A weekly 60 minute men's group - active yoga and a short relaxation tailored to chronic injury.

  • Half-day well-being events for service users to experiences different kinds of therapeutic options as well as some psychoeducation.

  • Short online yoga videos, accessible at any time.

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Trauma Education

Engage in educational workshops that equip professionals with the skills to effectively help others and to understand their own responses to people in distress. 

EH Therapy is certified to deliver a half-day training on trauma on behalf of the Trauma Centre in Boston, US. Trainings can also be more tailored to your community to enable you to make your organisation or group more adapted to people who have experienced trauma.

Topics might include:

  • flight/flight/freeze/fawn 

  • common coping mechanisms and presentations

  • links between neurodiversity and trauma

  • power dynamics

  • dissociation

  • burnout and secondary trauma

  • becoming trauma-sensitive

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