Trauma Releasing Exercises Certification Training | Module 2, July 27-29, 2020


Lynea Gillen, Trainer/Trainee, and
David Berceli, TRE® Founder & Training Supervisor

July 27-29, 2020 (New Dates)

8:30am – 4:00pm

Lewis & Clark College, Smith Hall
Portland, Oregon

Deepen Your TRE Knowledge, Develop Your Skills & Take Your Next Step Toward Certification!

Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from two pioneers in the field of health and wellness. Lynea Gillen, LPC, is world renowned as an award-winning author and founder of Yoga Calm for Children. In her search for new trauma healing tools, she found Dr Berceli and brought him and TRE to the Pacific Northwest seven years ago. She brings her extensive background in counseling, yoga/mindfulness, and child development to her work with TRE.

Supporting and supervising Lynea's debut as a trainer is Dr Berceli. This is also our seventh time hosting Dr Berceli for a Portland training event and we are honored to have him back. Together they will provide you with a rich training experience that features a practical approach that emphasizes experiential learning and lessons learned from years of experience with TRE.

This workshop is only for those interested in becoming certified to teach individuals and groups in TRE.

Module 2 attendance is open only to participants who have completed the Module 1 workshop, who are registered in the TRE Provider Certification program, and who are currently engaged in supervision. Therefore, make sure you also enroll in the Yoga Calm TRE Certification Program as part of this Module 2 registration (you can add this to your Module 2 registration upon checkout).

What You Will Learn

Included in this Module 2 workshop:

  • How to address the many forms of trauma, including physical, psycho-emotional, complex (childhood), cultural, mass, trans-generational and vicarious
  • Attachment theory and the TRE process
  • Role of fascia and bodily memory in TRE
  • Porges' polyvagal theory and how it relates to leading TRE sessions
  • Basic TRE interventions (both touch and non-touch) and modifications for special needs
  • Understanding “use of self” when teaching the TRE Process
  • Ethical awareness and working within your scope of practice, knowledge and competency
  • Lessons from debriefing with instructors your personal and practice-teaching experiences
  • Ample time to practice with your peers

TRE Provider Certification, Workshop Certificate & CEUs

This Module 2 workshop is part of the requirements to become a Certified TRE Provider. Please review Certification Requirements here. In addition to these requirements, you must take your Module 1 and Module 2 workshops with the same instructor, and complete your Module 1 workshop before attending your Module 2 workshop.

You must enroll in the Yoga Calm TRE Certification Program as part of this Module 2 registration (you can add this to your Module 2 registration upon checkout).

A workshop certificate of completion will be provided upon course completion documenting 18 contact hours.

Training also qualifies as 18 hours of CE towards Yoga Alliance continuing education requirements for existing RYTs (Yoga Alliance requires that RYTs submit a minimum of 30 hours every three years.)

For more specific information on the certification program contact [email protected]


July 27-29, 2020 (New Dates)
8:30am – 4:00pm
Lewis & Clark College, Smith Hall
Portland, Oregon

Lodging Options Near Lewis & Clark College

$395 Course Fee ($450 after Feb 20, 2020)

10% Group Discounts (Groups of 3 or more)

$50 Discount for Certified Yoga Calm Instructors and Yoga Calm RYT Graduates (contact us for discount code)

Purchase orders accepted. Send PO to [email protected] along with registrant names and email addresses)

Installment billing available. Select “PayPal CREDIT” for 6 months of interest-free financing

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Learn from Health & Wellness Pioneers

Lynea Gillen, LPC, RYT, and Certified TRE Provider, is a pioneer in the field of health and wellness education for youth. Her heart-centered, creative and effective tools were developed directly from her 35+ years of supporting youth as a school teacher, counselor and clinician.

Lynea's Yoga Calm program was developed in a behavior classroom in a rural Oregon elementary school 20 years ago and is now being taught by tens of thousands of teachers, counselors and therapists around the world in diverse settings such as urban classrooms, clinics and psychiatric hospitals like the Mayo Clinic.

​Lynea is also an adjunct professor at Portland State University, Lewis & Clark College, and the University of the Pacific, where she has created over a dozen courses in counseling and special education, and has taught thousands of teachers, counselors and therapists. Her books and media have also won nine national awards. Lynea is a current licensed professional counselor with the state of Oregon, holds an MS in counseling in education from PSU, and is a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance.

Lynea will be acting as the workshop's lead instructor with Dr David Berceli supervising.

David Berceli, PhD, is an international expert in the areas of trauma intervention and conflict resolution, and is the founder of TRE. For 22 years, Berceli lived and worked in war‐torn countries of Africa and the Middle East. Along with individual trauma counseling, he has provided specialized trauma recovery assistance to United States military personnel, national and international relief agencies, and government and non‐government organizations whose staff are living and working in trauma inducing environments. David Berceli’s books include Trauma Releasing Exercises: A Revolutionary New Method for Stress & Trauma Recovery and The Revolutionary Trauma Release Exercises: Transcend Your Toughest Times. A clinical social worker, licensed massage therapist, and certified bioenergetics therapist, David currently travels around the world teaching the TRE self‐healing modality.

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