Joy Jangdhari

 Author/ Speaker

Ceo of-Joy Events 


CEU workshops/ Programs/ Courses 

Social Workers, Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Case Workers, Marriage and FAmily Therapist and more...

Joy Jangdhari has given the clinician a roadmap to stress reduction and joyful living for our increasingly beleaguered patients.  "The Technology for your Psychology"  presents the tools and techniques the clinicians can use and recommend for their patience as part of a comprehensive Lifestyle medicine approach.  During a traumatic experience the body goes through profound changes, These changes have become clearer over the past 5-7 years because of breakthroughs in brain scans (MRI)  According to Harvard research shows that the medial prefrontal cortex shuts down during stress.  Big Trauma (such as the combat soldier returning from war) causes a person to live in a hypersensitive state to ensure that an intense life-threatening, experience doesn't happen again!  On the other spectrum little ( T ) traumas which include universal stress in life such as a breakup, job loss, big move or minor traffic accident... in some people, can trigger a significant stress response in the body.  Trauma is a condition under which your body continues to get triggered into living and old situation as if you are back there again. " says Dr. Bessel A Van De Kolk, a clinical psychiatrist and founder of the Trauma at Brookline MA.

  Because trauma has so many physical effects it's important to move beyond simply talking ....feeling that somebody understands your suffering is enormously comforting but it doesn't make your body know that you are safe.  THe real method is "resetting your physiology"

Both Moore & Vander Kolk recommend yoga & breath work as a body-based therapy for releasing trauma.  The simple act of moving the body can create a major sense of accomplishment for people whose bodies have been frozen or numbed by their experience.

CE- CEU programs 

"It's really helpful because it teaches you techniques you can use at a later time and helps you to alleviate stress.  The nice thing about the workshop is that there are three components, and there were an educational component and a relaxation component at the end"

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Donna Ferraro, psychologist

Training, Managing & Mentoring

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  • Managing is making sure people do what they know how to do- Telling
  • Mentoring is when someone who is really good at doing something, shares their knowledge and experience with someone who wants/ needs to improve - Leading by example

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