We are pleased to announce our April TICN Presentation on the Rosen Method by Amy Pete & Alan Fogel. See this attached article Relational Somatic Presence - Meeting Trauma in Rosen Method Bodywork for more information about the benefit of the Rosen Method in treating trauma.
This presentation is appropriate for clients and professionals. 1.5 CMHC CEU's are available to participants at the conclusion of the event. This is a free event. Please complete Eventbrite registration if you plan on coming. Click HERE or on the "REGISTER" button to sign up.
Date & Time:
Friday, April 13th at 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Full Circle Yoga and Therapy
1719 S. Main Street
Salt Lake City, Utah
Note: Parking is available in spaces directly in front of the building & free street parking is available all along both sides of Main Street. Full Circle yoga also has special permission for our participants to utilize the parking lot of the TransWest Credit Union located at 37 W 1700 Sfor free (south side of 1700 S, enter from 1700 S). This is a short walk across Main St. to our building. Please help us be good neighbors & avoid parking in lots designated for other neighboring businesses.
Presenters: Amy Pete & Alan Fogel
Presentation: The Rosen Method
Alan Fogel, Ph.D, LMT Bio:
Alan is a Certified Senior Teacher and Practitioner of Rosen Method Bodywork living in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is licensed in Utah as a Massage Therapist, and is a Professor of Psychology Emeritus at the University of Utah. Alan Fogel is the founding editor of the Rosen Method International Journal and a Professional Associate of the Rosen Method Center United Kingdom.
Amy Pete, LMT Bio: I've been a practicing licensed massage therapist for over ten years and graduated from the 1200 hour program at The Swedish Institute. I've seen thousands of clients over the years and truly enjoy helping people slow down and receive support. I was touched by Rosen Method in 2011 and attended my first training the following year. I am currently a Rosen Method Bodywork Intern, having completed 240 intensive training hours with the Rosen Method Open Center. I moved with my family to Salt Lake City in 2015 after living in New York City for 15 years. I grew up in Oregon, have family throughout Spain, and have recently been learning how to parent a toddler.
What is TICN?
TICN or Trauma Informed Care Network is a volunteer organization founded in 2013 to provide networking, outreach, and education surrounding the topic of trauma in mental health, medical, and community settings. We hope to bring together mental health professionals with members of the community, agencies, and medical professionals to work together to increase awareness, provide resources, and promote effective research based interventions for clients and patients with a history of trauma. We would especially like to invite key players in local agencies and organizations with trauma focus, seeking to network with mental health practitioners and other caregivers to participate. If you are aware of such organizations please feel free to forward this or let us know so that we can extend them an invitation.
Kristan Warnick, CMHC - Founder
Trauma Informed Care Network
Helping Communities through Trauma Education and Networking
4465 S. 900 E. Suite 150
Salt Lake City, UT 84124
Main Office: 435-248-2089