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V106 Exploring The Transformative Power of Trauma-Informed Care in the Health & Fitness Industry

  • Presented by: Jessica Mather

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  • This session has been approved by the following agencies:

ace 0.10 acsm 1.00 action 0.10 afaa 1.00 afpa 1.00 bcrpa 1.00 chek 1.00 fai 1.00 ifpa 1.00 issa 1.00 nafc 0.10 nasm 0.10 nccpt 1.00 ncep 1.00 ncsf 0.50 nesta 0.10 neta 1.00 nfpt 0.20 niew 0.10 nspa 1.00

More than ever, our clients need trauma-informed care. Even if we don’t treat trauma, virtually all experienced health and fitness providers have encountered a client living with a history of trauma which can impact the way they think, move, heal, and progress in our care. Being trauma-informed means we recognize the prevalence of trauma, acknowledge the signs and symptoms of trauma, respond and support in an informed manner, and aim to avoid re-traumatization. These critical skills can transform the way we serve our clientele and improve their outcomes in our care.

Session V106

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