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For Helping Professionals: Healing in Nature

June 10, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Em Capito, LCSW Healing in Nature TICN Workshop

Join me and my colleague, Alex White, for an experiential workshop on nature and adventure therapy!

Presented by the Trauma Informed Care Network

NEW DATE: Wednesday, June 15th
6:00-7:30 pm
Location: Wasatch Hollow Preserve (meet at the pavilion)
1631 E 1700 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Optional networking dinner for those interested afterward at Mazza (1515 S 1500 E)

COVID-19 Note: We anticipate attendance will be less than 20 people and outdoors so that we can maintain social distance. That being said, the event may be postponed if it appears prudent.

Join us outside to experience firsthand the role of nature in healing trauma and building stress resilience with a brief introduction to the research followed by practical experiential interventions that you can begin to incorporate into your therapy practice right away.


Em Capito, LCSW, MBA, RYT
Em is an unconventional psychotherapist specializing in mind-body resilience, in particular through intentional discomfort, highlighted in her recent TEDx talk on Resiliency Field Trips. Em is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a certified LifePower yoga teacher, and a Dharana Method meditation teacher with a private practice in South Jordan and Park City.

Alex White, CMHC
Adventure therapy is Alex’s specialty. Whether in the natural world or the traditional office, it is his passion to integrate intentional facilitated experiences to promote deeper learning, growth, and healing. He draws on these principles in his work at the University of Utah Counseling Center, as an adjunct professor of counseling at Westminster College, and a private practitioner with Wasatch Learning and Wellness.

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June 10, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Trauma Informed Care Network
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Wasatch Hollow Preserve
1631 E 1700 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States
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