Title: Trauma Informed Fitness Professional BETA Certification
Instructor: Dr. Corleigh Donati, Ed.D, LICSW
When: Saturday, 6/30 from 10-6pm & Sunday, 7/1 from 10-6pm
Where: The Empowerment Studio 100 Cummings Center, Suite 106B Beverly, Ma. 01915
This certification is for fitness professionals who struggle with feeling as if they do not know how to best help their clients who are trauma survivors. Become of the first fully certified Trauma Informed Fitness Professional
Sign up today. Space is very limited.
For the past 10 years, I have owned my own private psychotherapy practice where I specialize in working with trauma survivors. I have been teaching course on sexual violence and trauma at local colleges and universities in my area for over 12 years. I have helped hundreds of trauma survivors heal and become more grounded so they could live more fulfilling and healthy lives.
Outside of the psychotherapy office, I have a personal love and passion for lifting weights. Lifting heavy things up off the floor has made me feel empowered, emotionally grounded, and physically strong. It was through this journey that I began to think about how powerful movement, fitness, and lifting weights can be, especially for women. I started to think about how transformative it could be for many of my clients who are survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and trauma.
I started talking to my clients about movement and lifting.
Most were scared that trainers "wouldn't get them and their trauma" Many of my clients stated that going to a traditional gym is "intimidating and scary" They feared that trainers wouldn't understand their specific needs especially surrounding their Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. They were terrified that they could become triggered during a workout and feared that their trainer would not know how to help them.
This is why I created this certification.
Survivors need to know that there are safe fitness professionals out there. That there are fitness professionals that understand their specific needs. That there are fitness professionals that know the best ways to support their physical and emotional needs.
Do you know how to best help your clients who are sexual assault, domestic violence, and trauma survivors?
Have you ever felt unsure on how to help a client after they disclosed a trauma?
Have you ever felt as if you do not know how to properly support a sexual assault,domestic violence or trauma survivor?
Of have you felt afraid that you might say or do the something the wrong thing which could trigger a client?
If you have ever felt this way then this certification is for you.
This certification is for fitness professionals who struggle with feeling as if they do not know how to best help clients who are trauma survivors. This certification will teach you how to properly support your clients' both emotionally and physically.
Space is limited, so sign up today. This certification will never be offered at this reduced rate again.
After completion of this 2 day certification course you will understand:
Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What triggers, flashbacks, and intrusive thoughts are and how to support a clients during one.
The mind body connection and it's impact on trauma survivors.
How PTSD impacts the brain, body, and how this may impact your clients fitness training.
- How a client's PTSD symptoms, including triggers, flashbacks, and intrusive thoughts may impact thier training.
- The best ways support a trauma survivors in their healing and training.
- Effective coping skills to support your clients.
- The most effective tools to properly emotionally and physically support trauma survivors.
At the end of this 2 day course you will be one of the first fully certified Trauma Informed Fitness Professional in the country.
So please, join me on Saturday, June 30th and Sunday, July 1st to learn about the most up to date resources and information that will provide you with the skills necessary to best support your clients.
Space is very limited, so sign up today.
Please note: That this is a beta of the certification. Please come help build something that will help thousands of trauma survivors. At the end of the weekend I will be asking for your feedback on how to improve the certification in the future.