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Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Practices to Support Resilience

With David Treleaven recorded on December 12, 2021.

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In this session, we’ll explore how to practice mindfulness and meditation in a trauma-sensitive way. We’ll learn experiential mindfulness practices designed to support empowerment, as well as how to recognize trauma and work with it skillfully.

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