TRE Certification Training | Module 3: Teaching Groups, Mar 12-13, 2022
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Live Online Certification Training | Module 3: Teaching Groups
Lynea Gillen, LPC, TRE Trainer
March 12-13, 2022
9:00am – 4:00pm (PDT)
Deepen Your TRE Knowledge, Develop Your Skills & Take Your Next Step Toward Certification!
In this final TRE Provider Certification Training, you will build upon the lessons gained from your personal TRE practice and teaching individuals so that you can skillfully teach small groups TRE.
From two experts in the field, you will learn proven methods on how to lead small groups, then in triad breakout groups you will practice teach, observe and receive supportive feedback on how to support others in this empowering practice.
Prepare to learn, grow and share the joy that comes from this transformative work!
What Else You Will Learn
- The “art” of interventions: when and when not to intervene; how to apply “hands-on” interventions in person
- TRE with youth
- How to skillfully address group dynamics in both in-person and Zoom (remote) sessions
- How to address transference and countertransference in the TRE process
- Ethical awareness and working within your scope of practice, knowledge and competency
- Lessons from debriefing with instructors about your personal and practice-teaching experiences
TRE Provider Certification
These trainings are only for those interested in becoming certified to teach TRE.
Module 3 attendance is open only to participants who have completed the Module 1 & 2 training, who are registered in the TRE Provider Certification program, and who are currently engaged in supervision (Contact us if you need to restart your supervisions). Before the training you will need to have completed four personal supervisions as well as two supervisions where you lead one other person. (Contact us with any questions about prerequisites.)
New Live Online Format
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our world, thus the need for TRE is greater than ever. Recognizing this has led TRE’s governing body, TFA, to develop and provide new online methods of teaching individuals how to benefit from TRE, and training and certifying those interested in becoming TRE Providers.
Therefore, this Certification Training will be delivered live online via a private Zoom videoconferencing link.
Our team has many years of experience in delivering online training, and piloted TRE’s first online trainings. Our goal is to mirror what you would receive in an in-person training.
We will do our best to protect all communications during the training. However, the nature of electronic communication and remote access and viewing presents some privacy risks and considerations. In addition, it’s important to remember that this training is not therapy but instruction in how to use a stress reduction technique. Please read the training’s Terms & Conditions when registering for more information.
Clock Hours & CEUs
Documentation of 12 Clock Hours and/or CEUs can be made upon request. (CEUs are provided from Yoga Calm. Please check with your licensing board for applicability.)
For yoga teachers, this training also qualifies for 12 hours of CE toward Yoga Alliance continuing education requirements for existing RYTs (Yoga Alliance requires that RYTs submit a minimum of 30 hours every three years.)
March 12-13, 2022
9:00 am – 4:00 pm PDT (Los Angeles time)
Live, online training format
$300 Training Fee ($350 after Feb 12, 2022)
$50 discount for Certified Yoga Calm Instructors and Yoga Calm RYT Graduates. Contact [email protected] for discount code.
10% discount for groups of three or more. Contact [email protected] for registration information.
Purchase orders accepted. Send PO to [email protected] along with registrant name and email address.
Installment billing available. Select “PayPal CREDIT” during registration checkout for six months of interest-free financing.
Learn from Health & Wellness Pioneers
Lynea Gillen, LPC, RYT, Certified TRE Provider and Trainer, 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.