Remote Webinar Workshop Help your students by approaching your dance and movement classes through a trauma-informed lens. This training will help you understand not only the prevalence of trauma, but how trauma is manifested in the body. It will also help you avoid secondary trauma yourself. This 3 hour webinar is ideal for teachers of dance, yoga, pilates, and other movement modalities and will provide you with tools to help you support your students and protect yourself. This workshop will be co-taught by Carol Brusca, LMFT and Bianca Starr, MSc.
WHEN: This course has passed. Would you like to be able to purchase it to watch the recording? Send us a message HERE!
WHERE: via Zoom
TUITION: $110 if registered before January 15, 2023. $145 after that date. Earlybird extended due to interest from abroad! €100 if registered before January 15, 2023.
Carol Brusca, LMFT& MA is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, National Wellness Trainer, and Certified Clinical Trauma professional. She is the Office of the NM Attorney General’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Mental Health Provider (MHP). Carol enjoys teaching others about trauma, the benefits of wellness, and the simple steps that can be taken to reduce stress and increase happiness. She trains law enforcement, other first responders, probation and parole advocates, therapists, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, and social media employees across the country. Carol has extensive experience teaching at the college level to both bachelor’s and graduate level students. A long time practitioner of yoga, she also counsels individuals who have experienced human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Bianca Starr, MSc & MA has specialized in teaching ballet to adult beginners from all walks of life since 2010 and was also the assistant director of one of the largest tango festivals in the USA for nine years. She holds an MSc and Exercise & Nutrition Science as well as an MA in Dance Performance, but her real development as a dancer and teacher took place in the studios of Denver, Paris, Berlin, and New York. Her time teaching movement and dance over the years has included working with survivors of both childhood and adult trauma as well as veterans and police officers with PTSD. She has extensive experience and understanding of how dance can be transformative and therapeutic for the body, mind, and spirit for participants of all ages and is a master at working with absolute beginner adults.