Fellow coach, healer, practitioner…
You love your clients and want to support them.
And you have some incredible skills and gifts to help you do so.
~ Sessions leave you wondering why your client isn’t making progress.
~ Your clients are frustratingly resistant and you wonder if they’re uncoachable...or if you're just not a good practitioner.
~ You feel that dread in the pit of your stomach before working with certain clients.
~ You wonder if there are better ways to market your offerings…ways that don’t feel manipulative, bro-marketing-y, or rooted in scarcity or fear.
~ Trauma has come up in the session, and you didn't know how to deal with it.
~ Your sessions start or end late, or clients are postponing at the last minute.
~ Your clients have shared that they have anxiety or depression or other mental health issues, and you’re not sure whether it’s appropriate for you to work with them because you’re not providing therapy.
~ It’s hard to talk about money and time commitments with potential clients.
~ Racism, patriarchy, capitalism, etc. are coming up in your work, and you’re not sure how to handle it.
~ Sometimes you really doubt your skills.
~ Sometimes you’ve messed up with your clients or prospects, and you haven’t known how to make it right.
Being a trauma-informed practitioner helps with all of these scenarios...and more
Do No Harm: Trauma-Informed
Coaching & Healing
or in pretty much any kind of caring or transformational role,
What Does the “Do No Harm: Trauma-Informed
Coaching & Healing” course cover?
A deep dive into trauma: our working definition of trauma, types of trauma, trauma across the lifespan, and more
Trauma, the brain, and the nervous system: fight/flight/freeze/fawn, dysregulation, and more.
Diving deep into a theoretical model to understand trauma and its impacts
Collective, systemic, generational, and ancestral trauma: understanding their impacts and how they might impact our work
The self-work of being a trauma-informed practitioner: understanding our biases, filters, and privileges; our limiting beliefs and fears; and how they might impact our practice
Container setting: how to create effective spaces to do our work with our clients, from prospecting to onboarding to ending the work
Best practices and deepening skills with 1-on-1 practice, groups, and more: active listening, referring if necessary, repairing, and more
Neurodivergence and how it relates to being a trauma-informed practitioner
Trauma-informed marketing do's, don'ts, and best practices
Closing the container of our course and moving forward with your trauma-informed practice
What does it mean to be a trauma-informed practitioner?
Enroll in Do No Harm: Trauma-Informed Coaching & Healing by choosing your payment option below.
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Testimonials from the first cohort:
Gina, a movement instructor, health coach, mindset coach, says:
I just completed Eryka’s TICH program and I cannot say enough good things about it!
I knew that her social work and coaching background coupled with her generosity would make this class robust. But she knocked it out of the park. This program is for everyone and if you’re a coach, teacher, bodyworker, healthworker, etc. — this should be required.
Her down to earth teaching style made it easy to understand the science, models and research behind being trauma informed. Her patience and ability to hold space with compassion made it possible to embody the teachings and be able to apply them in ourselves and in our work. Thanks to Eryka and the community I now have the tools, resources and knowledge to use with and pass on to my clients. The coaching industry has a lot of catching up to do as far as being trauma informed, this class (and Eryka) is definitely part of the solution.
Joseph, an intimacy and life coach, says:
I highly recommend coaches and healers take Trauma-Informed Coaching with Eryka Peskin!
I took it last year, and I’m a coach already trained in trauma work with people as a therapist. I still learned a lot about techniques for helping people out of trauma responses and into stronger resiliency. Through the extended class series, I became more aware of how I can set up my practice and marketing in a more trauma-informed manner, that feels better to me and to my clients.
Eryka is a delightful, energized teacher, bringing a verve and enthusiasm to this work. She is inspiring, and is a very effective teacher. I am so glad I took the chance and signed up to work with her. I left the class with a number of solid tools and techniques that enhance what I already knew. I found Eryka to be a deeply respectful and organized teacher, which helped me to grasp these terribly important concepts even more deeply. Thank you, Eryka. This class is stunning!
Vicki, a consultant and life coach, says:
Coaches and healers are not therapists but sometimes find ourselves in positions where the trauma of our clients comes to light. Experiences with trauma have far-reaching and long-lasting impacts in a person's life. It's important for us, healers and coaches, to understand ways trauma is manifested, how to recognize when the trauma self is triggered, and how to respond when that happens. Eryka's course presents solid information that you can use to follow the rule "First, Do No Harm".
Here’s what you can expect in
Do No Harm: Trauma-Informed Coaching & Healing
Hi, I'm Eryka Peskin!
I am social worker licensed in both New York and Idaho. I've been a mindset coach for a decade, a fierce cheerleader, a writer and a photographer, and was a registered representative with a leading financial services company.
I have worked with, through, and around trauma, and now I help coaches, healers, and people who help people understand trauma and become trauma-informed practitioners.
Register for Do No Harm: Trauma-Informed Coaching & Healing by choosing the payment option that works best for you: