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Lisa Danylchuk, LMFT, E-RYT returns to The Trauma Therapist | Podcast!

Lisa is an author, licensed psychotherapist, and yoga teacher-trainer specializing in bringing yoga into trauma treatment, and she first joined me back on episode 33 of the podcast. 

Lisa is a graduate of UCLA and Harvard University, and is the founder of the Center for Yoga and Trauma Recovery in Oakland, CA, and creator of the Yoga for Trauma (Y4T) Online Training Program. 

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Lisa has authored three books: Yoga for Trauma Recovery: Theory, Philosophy, and Practice (2019), Embodied Healing: Using Yoga to Recover from Trauma and Extreme Stress (2015), and How You Can Heal: A Strength Based Guide to Trauma Recovery (2017), and is a contributing editor for Best Practices for Yoga for Veterans, published by the Yoga Service Council. She also serves on the Board of Directors and the UN Task Force for the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and was recently elected to serve as Secretary for the organization. 

Lisa is a leader in the movement to incorporate yoga into trauma treatment, she has trained yoga and mental health professionals around the world, and she presents her work internationally. 

She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and when she’s not writing or traveling, you’ll likely find her climbing mountains and running trails in nearby parks.

In This Episode

Pat Ogden, PhD. Working With Trauma From The Bottom Up
Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD. Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak with Dignity: The Marginalized Populations

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