Mind-Body Bridging for Professional Self-Care: Preventing Secondary Trauma
In this workshop domestic violence professionals will learn a few of the basic evidence-based Mind-Body Bridging (MBB) skills and practices for professional self-care to prevent secondary trauma. MBB skills provide space for personal safety, voice and choice, while empowering professionals to alleviate psychological distress, and to increase psychological flexibility and resilience.
Kevin Webb (POC,Primary Presenter), Utah State University, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Kevin Webb is a licensed clinical social worker with over 31 years experience in the fields of disabilities, behavioral and mental health, domestic violence, trauma treatment, addiction and substance abuse, and child welfare, with over 25 years as a clinical consultant and child and family therapist. Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brigham Young University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Utah, and is a certified Mind-Body Bridging Therapist. He has trained clinicians worldwide in MBB, including the United States, Canada, Macau, England, Poland, Switzerland, South Africa, and Finland. Since 2007, Kevin has co-chaired the Board of Professional Standards for MBB Therapy training and certification. As the Associate Director of the USU I-System Institute he is excited to help others learn about and master the I-System Model and MBB
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