Jan Winhall – Polyvagal Theory, Addiction & Trauma
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In this episode, I’m joined by Jan Winhall. Jan is an author, teacher, and psychotherapist with more than 40 years of experience working with addiction and trauma. She is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Toronto and the director of Focusing on Borden, a psychotherapy and training centre. Jan presents internationally on trauma and addiction, and her most recent book: “Treating Trauma and Addiction with the Felt Sense Polyvagal Model” has attracted praise from the likes of Gabor Maté, Stephen Porges, and Marc Lewis. You can learn more about the great work Jan is doing by going to: www.janwinhall.com, and you can find her course with the Polyvagal Institute by going to bit.ly/jw-course. Check out Jan’s book: Treating Trauma and Addiction with the Felt Sense Polyvagal Model.
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Holistic Trauma Course: Live Cohort Information
This session is sponsored by The Holistic Trauma Course.
This is an accredited (Level 7) 10-module program which provides mental health professionals with a cutting-edge framework for trauma informed care.
Modules include: IFS (Richard Schwartz), Polyvagal Theory (Deb Dana), Somatic Experiencing, CFT, ACT, Schema Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, EMDR & Mindfulness, Foundations, and Best Practices.
If you’re interested in being at the forefront of trauma-informed care, and understand the importance of taking a multidimensional approach to your trauma work — one that accounts for the whole person (mind, brain, body, and spirit) then this course is for you.
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