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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In this three part certification course, you will learn to recognize and safely release tension patterns of 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: Jan 17th, Jan 24th , Jan 31st, Feb 7th
Level II: Feb 14th, Feb 21st, Feb 28th, Mar 7th
Level III: Mar 21st, Mar 28th, Apr 4th, Apr 11th
Live and Home Study CEs: Yoga Alliance (YACEP), Licensed Massage Therapists (NCBTMB, NCBTMB-NY)
Trauma Research Foundation invites you to join them in virtual community as they explore vitally important issues in the realm of social justice and healing from trauma. This year's presenters will speak on visibility and inclusion, psychedelics and social justice, healing for incarcerated trauma survivors, the intersection of community healing through the public school system, and the importance of embodied awareness for healing.
Join trauma therapist and facilitator Linda Thai for a transformative workshop on naming, understanding, and healing historical and transgenerational trauma. Through this process, Linda guides participants to discover potential paths forward for reclamation of the losses of their inner child, culture, and ancestors.Register here →
Transformasians, the second annual free online gathering for conversation around Asian diaspora mental health, took place on June 1, 2022. Linda participated in a panel discussion about Internalized Stigma, alongside fellow AsAm rockstars, Afghan-American Sara Stanazai and Blasian Ryan-Alexander Holmes.
The recording of the event is available to stream through the Asian Mental Health Collective’s YouTube channel.
For those interested, Linda also hosts a guided mediation at the beginning of the video!
I invite you to join me on a journey of grief and reclamation, where we will invite movement, breath and sound, alongside song, story and silence. To dance at the wild edges of personal and collective grief and sorrow, to uplift with tenderness the beautiful, melancholy thread that weaves it way through all that we cherish and hold dear.
Sponsored by the Trauma Research Foundation.
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