Transforming Childhood Trauma Using Mind-Body Skills
Presented by Toni Bankston, LCSW, BACS
This webinar was presented on July 26, 2018.
About the Webinar
Childhood Trauma is currently understood as a public health concern which is known to have far-reaching impacts on physical and mental health throughout the lifespan. Trauma is no longer seen as an oddity but a part of the lives of many people, including children and adolescents. This presentation will explore the benefits of the use of Mind-Body Medicine as a trauma-specific approach with young people in a variety of settings. Understanding that the “window” into each child is unique and that there is no “one size fits all model” approach in working with traumatized youth, the presentation will also explain the integration of Mind-Body Skills groups into a plan that includes other modalities and approaches.
About the Presenter
Toni Bankston, LCSW, BACS
Toni Bankston, LCSW, BACS currently serves as the Executive Director of the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Center and the Vice-President of the Louisiana Alliance for Child Advocacy Centers. A native of Baton Rouge, she has been a child and family psychotherapist for 28 years in the area of trauma and resiliency.
Learn more about Toni Bankston, LCSW, BACS in her faculty profile.
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James Gordon, MD and some of the leading professionals in Mind-Body Medicine will be hosting a special program at the Turf Valley Resort, in Ellicott City, Maryland from October 11 – 15, 2018!