Trauma touches all of our lives. And right now we’re collectively experiencing the effects of traumatic events with global impacts. The challenges of trauma are real—but there is hope.
With the Trauma Skills Summit, renowned psychotherapist Dr. Jeffrey Rutstein invites you to participate in a transformational 10-day online event to explore trauma—what it is, how it impacts us, and how we can cultivate skills to grow from adversity.
New York Times bestselling author, neuropsychiatrist
Founder of Somatic Experiencing® trauma recovery
Transformational speaker, musician, author
Author and Founder of Mindful of Race Institute, LLC
Meditation teacher, coauthor of Radical Dharma
Creator of Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)®
Founder of the Academy of Inner Science
Author of The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy
Professor of law, professor of African American studies and ethnic studies
Psychotherapist, award-winning author
Physician and epidemiologist
Creator of Internal Family Systems therapy
Founder of the Realization Process
Clinical psychologist, EMDR and somatic therapist
Therapist, yoga and meditation teacher, organizer
Diné (Navajo) grandmother, activist, artist, writer
Author of Parenting Without Power Struggles
Licensed therapist, yoga and meditation instructor
Founder of the Dynamic Neural Retraining System™
Cofounders of the Center for Healing Shame
Director of the Family Constellation Institute
Psychologist, mindfulness and self-compassion teacher
Therapist, Hakomi trainer, professor, author
A clinical psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of trauma for the past 30 years. His approach integrates traditional psychotherapy along with the latest advances in neuroscience and mind/body approaches to address the whole person in a powerful and effective manner.
Natural disasters. Early childhood experiences. Car accidents. Systemic inequality. A global pandemic … The roots of trauma are as widespread as its impact on our lives.
The Trauma Skills Summit is a transformational 10-day event exploring how we can recover from trauma and reclaim our lives—for ourselves, our world, and generations to come.