‘I liked everything about the course. Steve was an amazing font of knowledge, a phenomenal representation of TRE. All the tutors were great at grounding and supporting the students’ Jamie McIvor – Renewable Energy Entrepreneur ‘I had no idea about TRE at the start. It was very well explained, I liked the pace and that I learned more than the exercises. I liked that I felt safe even when I clearly showed some vulnerability and it was ok.’ Gabriella Piccinni – Business Fashion Consultant ‘I liked the mix of practical and theory. The course really helped deepen my practice of TRE.’ Keith Black – Integrative Therapist
Welcome to the new home of TRE London – www.trecollege.com The TRE events run by Steve Haines and colleagues have expanded – there are now courses in Ireland and Zurich as well as London and new groups in Greenwich and Westminster as well as Finsbury Park. The new website showcases all the new courses, new groups and new supervision events, with added videos! and a new logo: TRE College is dedicated to training people to safely teach Trauma Releasing Exercises. TRE is a very powerful and effective tool. We want it to be shared with as many people as possible. We offer structured programs in Europe, accredited by TRE for All,... Read More
Come and spend a TRE CPD day with Joan McDonald This is a great opportunity to learn from a global leader in TRE. Joan embodies TRE with her grounded presence. She excitedly shares her knowledge and wisdom gained from a highly diverse career. She is a registered social worker and was an educator in the community college system. She has been a learning consultant and corporate trainer. Joan is trained in bioenergetics and for years had a private counselling practice. She draws on 30 years of experience in managing, teaching, counselling and consulting, integrating her knowledge and experience in her role as a Certification Trainer, member of the Trainer Support... Read More
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Just finished a great 3 days running a level one workshop at triyoga. We had 25 people taking part and some wonderful experiences and sharing. A new level 1 data has been confirmed at triyoga in April 2014: NEW TRE Level 1 in London 28-30 April 2014 with Steve Haines at Triyoga TRE Level 1 in London 30 Oct-1 Nov 2014 with Steve Haines and Riccardo Cassiani Ingoni at Moving Arts Base TRE Level 2 in London 30 Oct-1 Nov 2014 with Steve Haines and Riccardo Cassiani Ingoni at Moving Arts Base Booking process for the Oct 2014 workshops will be set up soon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register interest.
The new group dates have been set up for 2014. There will be groups every couple of weeks in Finsbury Park with Steve, Cheda and Steph. Details here
I am pleased to announce a some new dates for TRE London courses: Level 1 18-20 Nov 2013 in London, Steve Haines Level 1 30 Oct-1 Nov 2014 in London, Steve and Riccardo Level 2 30 Oct-1 Nov 2014 in London, Steve and Riccardo
We are very happy to announce a couple more dates in 2013 for TRE groups on 7th October and 4th November. All the details are here. The groups will be run by Steph Hodgson
Well done to Caroline Purvey for getting the article published – her website is www.treuk.com There is a small, but growing, community of TRE people in the UK. The qualified therapists are listed here (you need to scroll down the page to the UK listings) http://traumaprevention.com/2010/06/09/certified-tre-practitioners-in-europe/ There are regular TRE groups in London, you can access details here www.trelondon.com/groups David Berceli’s book is a good place to start if you want to find out more: Revolutionary Trauma Release Process by David Berceli http://www.namastepublishing.com/products/book/revolutionary-trauma-release-process/9781897238400
‘The idea that rescuers can arrive in disaster areas and prevent mental illness in a single meeting is an attractive fantasy but often serves the needs of relief workers and their image more than disaster-affected communities.’ http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/may/12/natural-disasters-healing-psychology-worse There are lots of pitfalls in trying to help. Talking is less helpful than we think it seems.