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Movement, Breath and Sound for Transforming Grief

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Restoring Inner Calm

Linda is a mental health clinician, storyteller, and educator who has had her own lived experiences of individual, collective, historical and cultural traumatization...and healing. She uses her background in trauma therapy, somatic therapies and yoga to guide others through steps that help you to recognize and safely release tension through resourcing the body. She believes in empowering others through education and skills, thereby igniting potential and fueling your innate desire to learn, to grow, to heal.

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Certificate in Somatic Embodiment & Regulation Strategies

12 Week Program - Starting May 23rd, 2023!

In this three part certification course, you will learn...

to recognize and safely resource patterned survival responses and learn strategies for managing the nervous system that can help us deal with anxiety, overthinking, emotional flooding, and overwhelm.

60 minutes | 12 Classes | 7PM ET | $240

Level I: May 23rd, May 30th, June 6th, June 13th
Level II: June 20th, June 27th, July 4th, July 11th
Level III: July 18th, July 25th, August 1st, August 8th

Live and Home Study CEs: Yoga Alliance (YACEP), Licensed Massage Therapists (NCBTMB, NCBTMB-NY)

Home Study CEs only: APA & ASWB

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Somatic cert 2
Healing the Legacy of Historical and Transgenerational Trauma

Saturday, June 17th, 2023 | 12-6 pm ET // 9-3pm PT


Children of refugees and former child refugees experience unique challenges in adulthood that are often under-recognized and overlooked by mental health professionals. Asian Mental Health Collective is hosting Linda Thai as she weaves together stories and research to bring to light the intergenerational impact of forced migration.

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Linda Thai AMHC

TRF Tuesday

Trauma 101: Trauma Education

Learning about trauma can be empowering and transformative….and we also know that the traumatized brain may have limited capacity to learn, integrate and apply new information.

Too much information can be dysregulating. Over this next month, Linda Thai will take us through how trauma impacts the body and the nervous system, and can drive the formation of personality in marvelously adaptive ways.

These bite-sized presentations will use visuals to help to illustrate concepts and will be interwoven with somatic practices to enhance learning, to create a bridge between theoretical knowledge and practical, life-affirming skills.

Sponsored by the Trauma Research Foundation.

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Trauma 101

Latest Interviews

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Exploring Ancestral Grief
Grief Collected by The MashUp Americans

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