Akira Stuckey Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga
20-Hour Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Foundational Training
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) is a program of the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at Justice Resource Institute in Massachusetts. TCTSY is the only yoga-based practice recognized and validated as an adjunctive clinical intervention for complex trauma or chronic, treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder. Through research, TCTSY has been shown to significantly reduce PTSD symptoms for people with complex trauma and to significantly improve quality of life. TCTSY is utilized for children, youth, and adults in the world.
This TCTSY Foundational Training covers:
Trauma Theory, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience (Interoceptive Theory)
Neurophysiology & Biology of Stress and Trauma (How Trauma Impacts the Brain)
Spectrum of Trauma Impacts & Complex Trauma as Lived Experience
Power and Oppression
Key Elements of TCTSY Methodology
Building Trauma Sensitive Relationships
TCTSY Practice and Practice Facilitation
Challenges in Implementing TCTSY
Overview of Studies on TCTSY
This foundational training is for :
Mental Health/ Emotional Health Care Providers and Health Care Providers not limited to but include Clinical Mental Health Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists, Nurses, Psychiatrists
( *You don’t need to be a yoga teacher.)
At the end of the workshop, you will understand how trauma affects people and will learn how to incorporate elements of TCTSY to your current clinical practice.
At the end of the workshop, you will understand how trauma affects people and will learn how to provide yoga classes that are trauma aware.
At the end of the workshop, you will understand how trauma affects people and will learn how you can bring elements of TCTSY practice into your field of work.
Akira Stuckey, MA, LCMHC
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga -Facilitator
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Licensed 20-Hour Trainer
I was born and raised in Wakayama, Japan, and moved to Keene to attend college in 1993. I’ve lived in Cheshire County for the past 27 years. I have completed 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training (November 2014 - June 2015) and 300-Hour Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Certification Program (September 2015 - April 2016). Akira has been providing psychotherapy services since 2005 and sharing yoga practice since 2015 in Southern New Hampshire.