Meet a Few of Your Trauma Therapist Mentors

Jane, as you’ll recall, was on episode 168 of the podcast, and she is a master of mind, body and soul. While it is widely accepted that mindfulness is necessary to shape the body, Jane asserts that the body is one of the most powerful alchemic tools for shaping the mind. This is crucial for those of us who work with trauma.
An experienced and illuminating speaker, widely consulted media expert and internationally recognized author.

Jane Clapp

Dr. Jamie Marich is the author of three books on trauma and is a bit of a creative powerhouse: dancer, singer, guitar player, and therapist. And what she does so well is to channel that creativity into the trauma work she does. As a result, she is inspiring the next wave of trauma clinicians to trust themselves to be who they are, and then incorporate that trust and daring into the therapeutic work they do. This breeds authenticity and presence. 

 Jamie Marich

Manuela Mischke-Reeds, MA, MFT is a licensed Somatic Psychotherapist. She is an International teacher of psychology and trains health professionals in California, Australia, New Zealand, Israel and Europe and starting in China next year. Manuela co-directs and teaches at the Hakomi Institute of California that hosts her trauma training: From Trauma to Dharma

Manuela Mischke-Reeds

Fran S. Waters is a licensed clinical social worker and marriage and family therapist in private practice in Marquette, MI. and is an internationally recognized trainer and consultant in the field of childhood trauma, abuse, and dissociation. As an invited presenter, she has conducted extensive training programs on a variety of related topics both nationally and internationally.
Ms Waters has served as President of The International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation (ISSTD) from 2004-2005, and was the Board of Director of ISSTD from 1998-2001. Fran’s new book has just been published, Healing the Fractured Child: Diagnosis and Treatment of Youth With Dissociation.

Fran S. Waters 

Richard Schwartz began his career as a systemic family therapist and an academic. He co-authored, with Michael Nichols, Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods, the most widely used family therapy text in the U.S.  Dr. Schwartz was Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Institute for Juvenile Research and later at The Family Institute at Northwestern University.
Grounded in systems thinking, Dr. Schwartz developed Internal Family Systems SM in response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves.  He focused on the relationships among these parts and noticed that there were systemic patterns to the way they were organized across clients. 

Richard Schwartz

Beck is an addiction counselor originally from Los Angeles California, and is currently on the Board of Directors for NALGAP (The Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Addiction Professionals and Their Allies). Beck is the Assistant Director of Clinical Services at Pride Institute in Minneapolis, MN. as well as a National Speaker on topics of the LGBTQ community and substance abuse.
Beck has a special focus on the Transgender community, trauma, addiction, and helping treatment facilities and clinicians better serve the Trans community.

Beck Gee-Cohen

FAQ

WHAT'S THE INVESTMENT?


Trauma Therapist 2.0 is priced to be affordable at $37 per month, or $317 per year.

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN TRAUMA THERAPIST | 2.0 MEMBERSHIP?


Trauma Therapist 2.0 is comprised of 3 components:
1) Educational video interviews with thought leaders in the fields of trauma, addiction, mindfulness and yoga
2) Skills-based videos, which provide actionable information on intervnetions you can use now
3) A private Facebook group in which you recieve and give support to other passionate trauma therapists. 

DO YOU OFFER A REFUND IF IT'S NOT FOR ME?


Yes. No problem. The monthly membership is month to month which means that if you enroll and then discover it's not for you, you get a full refund, no questions asked. If you enroll in the yearly option you have a full month to determine if the membership is a good fit.

WHAT IF I'M NOT INTO FACEBOOK? CAN I STILL JOIN?


Yes. You don’t have to have a Facebook account or need to take part in that aspect of the membership to be a member of Trauma Therapist | 2.0. The Facebook group is just one component of the membership. 

HOW MANY VIDEOS ARE THERE AND HOW OFTEN ARE NEW ONES ADDED?


At the present time there are 18 instructional videos in the library. Nine of those are interviews I've done with guests on topics such as Dissociation and trauma; Ecopsychology; Surviving to Thriving, and Treating PTSD in DID clients. There are also 9 shorter Skills-based videos which I, myself, have recorded on topics ranging from Grounding, Using the Window of Tolerance, and Exploring Your Why. New videos are added as they become available.