Date/TimeDate(s) - June 7, 2019 - June 9, 2019
LocationElements of Healing
Contact: Jay Gleason at Jay@jaygleasonvt.com or 802-578-0741.
Register at www.jaygleasonvt.com click on TRE
See below for information about places to stay.
TRE® is an innovative series of exercises that helps the body release deeply held tension, stress, & trauma. Developed by David Berceli, PhD, TRE® safely activates a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous system. Neuroscientists call this the “freeze discharge” (Scaer, 2010.) The exercises are safe and can be modified for almost all body types. TRE® is being taught in 35 countries and is presently being studied by the Veterans Administration. After doing TRE®, many people report feelings of peace and well-being.
Register at www.jaygleasonvt.com
* Anatomy, neurology, and physiology as it relates to TRE®
* Understanding the tremor response
* Introduction to the Polyvagal Theory (Stephen Porges)
* Defense reactions as they relate to TRE®
* Containment and grounding strategies
* Introduction to the basic skills of working with individuals and groups
* Introduction to TRE® and personal tremoring experiences
Upon completion of the Module 1 training, you will have a deep understanding of the benefits of TRE® for yourself and have a beginning understanding of how to use TRE® to help others. TRE® is practiced by psychotherapists, massage therapist, PTs, acupuncturists, coaches, chiropractors and many other types of helpers. Please note that full certification is needed to use TRE® in your existing practice.
Applications for 18 CEUs for counselors in Vermont may be submitted, but nonprofessionals are encouraged to register too!
**When/Where:** 9:00AM-4:30PM Friday-Sunday, June 7-9 (3 days) at Elements of Healing, Essex Jct, VT.
**To register:** www.jaygleasonvt.com or 802-578-0741.
** Cost:** $450.
Cancelations with more than 7 days are refunded minus $25 fee. For cancelations less than 7 days prior to workshop, payments will be transferred to another training.
For more information about TRE@: http://www.treforall.org
Jay Gleason, MS, LCMHC, LADC, NCC has been a psychotherapist for 20 years. He is trained in multiple somatic and mindfulness-based treatments including EMDR. He is a certified massage therapist and a Certification Trainer (trainer of trainers) for TRE®.
There are many places to stay. The closest hotel is in walking distance but is not cheap, but definitely luxurious: https://www.essexresortspa.com.
The Beaumont is close but not in a fun area (but safe). It’s not in walking distance though.
If you want to be where the action is, downtown Burlington is the place. Hotel Vermont is one place others have liked. There is also a Hilton (or two) downtown. The Lang House and Willard Street Inn are two bed and breakfasts to consider.
In general, any place in Burlington, South Burlington, Essex, Essex Junction, Colchester, or Williston will keep you around a 15 minute drive to Elements of Healing. All the chains are in the area. Air BnB is another option folks have used.
Uber and cab companies (Green Cab and Dunwright Cabs are two) can get you to your hotel.