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Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation

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Part 2 of Trauma Informed Practice workshop, with Monique Dauphin

  • May 15, 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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Part 2 of Trauma Informed Practice workshop, with Monique Dauphin

Join us for a two-part training with Monique Dauphin, LMHC on the intersection between trauma, mindfulness, and best practices in mediation. On Monday, May 15th from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00p.m. EST,  this second session will explore the potential of trauma-sensitive mindfulness principles and practices to foster communication with trauma survivors as well as to enhance and support mediators' self-care and guard against vicarious trauma and burnout. This listing is for the May 15 session ONLY.

On Monday, May 8th from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST, we will learn about the neurobiology of trauma, the myriad ways that trauma can present in mediation, and the effects of vicarious trauma on mediators. We will explore compassionate and boundary-oriented ways to understand and respond to trauma that emphasize multicultural competence and respect for the agency of all parties.

Although these presentations dovetail with one another, it is not necessary to attend both if your schedule precludes it—please feel free to join us for one or both sessions! To  register for the May 8 session, click here.


Bio:

Monique Dauphin is a licensed mental health counselor and the owner of Resolution Psychotherapy, a small group practice in Poughkeepsie, New York. Monique focuses on treating survivors of interpersonal violence, and her work in private practice is informed by her background counseling both victims and perpetrators as part of Dutchess County's coordinated interagency response to violent crime. A trauma-sensitive mindfulness and yoga instructor, Monique enjoys using yoga and mindfulness principles to help survivors reclaim their sense of safety and agency in the world. You can learn more about her work at https://www.resolutionpsychotherapy.com/

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