What does it mean to become a Biology of Trauma™ Professional?

The Biology of Trauma™ Professional is someone who is learning the framework, principles, and the new lens that understanding the biology of trauma provides us.

It is someone who is recognized worldwide as having the ability, knowledge, and tools to lead a person step by step into their healing. More importantly, they understand that healing begins with themselves and aims to apply the new tools and new lens in their own life, they become more empowered to help others.

Who is the Biology of Trauma™ Certificate Course for?

The Certificate Course is for any provider/professional who wants to gain more tools and skills in effectively addressing trauma patterns in their work with others.
This includes…
  • health providers
  • mental health providers
  • health coaches
  • trauma recovery coaches
  • physicians
  • chiropractors
  • acupuncturists
  • occupational or physical therapists
  • personal development and life coaches
  • The requirement is not the type of license you have or work that you do, but that you help others to achieve better health and a better life. If you want more knowledge and tools to address your patient’s underlying biology of trauma that can keep them stuck or slow down their work with you on their healing journey, this is for you.

    Understand the difference between Stress and Trauma in the body. Learn and apply the right tools, in the right order.

  • Learn to “see” trauma patterns in the body
  • Acquire skills to recognize & address a biology of trauma
  • Know exactly what to do and how to help someone move forward from a history of trauma that is holding them back
  • Learn essential functional medicine tools for facilitating trauma work
  • Be trained how to neuro-optimize for accelerating trauma recovery
  • Bridge trauma recovery & functional medicine
  • How is the Biology of Trauma™ Framework different? The 3 Guiding Principles are the 3 P's:

    1. Treating trauma needs to be PRACTICAL, implementable, and not overwhelming.

    2. The second principle is that it has to be PERSONALIZED. Cookie-cutter medicine does not work for the biology of trauma. Clients need a personal evaluation, a personal assessment and a personal plan.

    3. The third principle is, it has to be emPOWERING. We have to teach people how to track their own nervous system and be able to shift their own nervous system.

    The Foundational Module: The 21 Day Journey

    We begin with an experiential guided journey into your own nervous system. Walking through the essential sequence, learn how to recognize the differences between stress and trauma in your own body and what the body needs in the different states to heal itself. In experiencing this for yourself, you will also learn how to walk your clients through this process.
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    The 6 Modules to become a Biology Of Trauma™ Professional

    It is recommended to start with The Biology of Freeze and Overwhelm: The Path to Freedom and Energy

    What Past Students Have Experienced

    Q&A Session on Becoming a Biology of Trauma™ Professional

    The design and reason for this is to teach you the missing piece for trauma work. This framework, the Biology of Trauma™ framework, bridges the two worlds of functional medicine and trauma therapy in such a way that we can help people more effectively. Whether that includes ourselves or the people we work with, we can help them accelerate the results we want them to see. I know many of you have all kinds of other trainings and backgrounds. Being able to bring in the biology piece and have that framework will give you a new lens to see your work. To see the biology piece showing up on an emotional level, the biology piece in the belief systems, in the thoughts and behaviors. What I found on my own journey, is that the biology was often the root cause. After addressing the biology piece, everything was able to come into a flow. After this professional training, you will be able to identify someone’s biology that would be holding them back.

    The Biology of Trauma™ Professional Program is a one-year program with one foundational module and six certificate modules.

    Foundational Module: The 21 Day Journey

    6 Certificate Modules:

    • Biology of Freeze & Overwhelm
    • Biology of Grief & Heart Shocks
    • Biology of Attachment & Neurodevelopment
    • Harnessing The
    • Power Of The Stress Response
    • Biology of Letting Go
    • Biology of Healing

    Modules can be taken in any order, though the recommendation would be to follow the order listed above. The 21 Day Journey must be completed before beginning the Certificate Courses.

    After completion of the first year, you may also continue on to a second year to become a Biology of Trauma™ Advanced Professional.

    Foundational Module: The 21 Day Journey

    This is an experiential, 21 day consecutive journey into step-by-step following the essential sequence to releasing stored trauma.

    6 Certificate Modules:

    Each module is a 6-week experiential journey blended with somatic work and parts work. Following a sequential order, we dive deep into each topic. Each week consists of a recorded lecture, a written chapter, a quiz and a homework assignment. Each week Dr. Aimie goes LIVE on Zoom for a Q&A session with students. At the end of each module is a final written exam, final oral exam, and final implementation meeting to discuss how to incorporate this experience and tools into your practice.

    With somatic drop-in sessions, study groups, guest speakers, bonuses, and more, I love to pack full each training with so many resources and tools for you.

    Everything is online! Portions of the modules are recorded, and other portions are LIVE Zoom calls. Every session is recorded and available for ongoing access, so even after the module ends you can continue reviewing the information.
    Though every person’s time commitment varies, we recommend setting aside 4-6 hours a week for the Certificate Modules. The 21 Day Journey we recommend 1 hour a day for the 21 days.

    Each module has an individual certificate at the end. While working through the 6 modules, offered once a year, you will be given the designation as a Biology of Trauma™ Professional In Training. Upon completion of all 6 Certificate Modules, you will be granted an overall certificate and the designation as a Biology of Trauma™ Professional.

    To receive the certificate, you complete a weekly quiz, homework assignment, and final oral and written exam for each module. There is also an implementation meeting to discuss how to incorporate the experiences into your practice.

    All kinds of professionals go into this training. It doesn’t matter what your background is, as long as you are helping someone else. As long as you are in a helping profession, you are working with trauma, you are working with stress, and you are working with the nervous system.

    Disclaimer: This is not a course that gives you a license as a provider nor is it a health or trauma recovery coach credentialing program. At the completion of each module, you will receive a Certification of Completion indicating you have achieved competency on that specific topic of Biology of Trauma™. At the completion of all 6 modules of the Certification Course, you will receive a certification as a Biology of Trauma™ Provider from Trauma Healing Accelerated. This is a certification that you will be adding to your professional work capacities.

    You are still held to the restrictions, responsibilities and privileges of your primary license and board.

    Medical Disclosure: The information and programs presented on or through this website are made available to equip you with knowledge and tools. All the material in this course are intended for educational purposes. This information nor any programs that are offered are (nor are a substitute for) medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For any physical or mental health issues, I recommend you work with a qualified health provider who will also support your desire to address the effects of trauma.