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Monthly Course Membership.

a monthly subscription for access to all 3 courses!

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If you're a new trauma therapist just starting out on your trauma-informed journey, or if you're a therapist with some years of experience and your interested in cultivating and honing your authenticity, presence and vulnerability necessary to work with those who've been impacted by trauma, you've come to the right place.

This is a monthly subscription which will give you an all-access pass to each of my three courses:

  1. Inner-Work For The New Trauma Worker
  2. Early Psychosis
  3. The Heart-Centered Therapist

This means that you will be able to access all of my courses whenever you wish, for as long as you wish, on a month by month basis!


Courses Included with Purchase



INNER-WORK FOR THE NEW TRAUMA WORKER
A process for cultivating authenticity, presence, and the courage to be yourself, for new trauma therapists.
Guy Macpherson, PhD
$297
THE HEART-CENTERED THERAPIST
A course in finding heart, uncovering purpose & honoring your strength as a new trauma therapist
Guy Macpherson, PhD
$297
EARLY PSYCHOSIS
Understanding & Assessing The Signs And Symptoms. An online workshop experience for therapists, coaches, counselors, mentors and teachers.
Guy Macpherson, PhD
$297

Original Price: $891


Your Instructor


Guy Macpherson, PhD
Guy Macpherson, PhD

Guy Macpherson, PhD, is a husband, a father of two, and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology. He has spent the last several years studying the impact and treatment of trauma, and early psychosis.

In 2014, Guy founded The Trauma Therapist Project with the goals of raising the awareness of trauma and creating an educational and supportive community for new trauma workers.

The Trauma Therapist Project has now grown to include The Trauma Therapist | Podcast, now being listened to in more than 160 countries around the world and downloaded more than 100K times per month, as well as Trauma Therapist | 2.0, an online membership community specifically dedicated to educating and inspiring trauma workers just starting out on their trauma-informed journey.

Guy’s focus currently is on creating a vibrant, global community to support, educate and inspire new trauma workers, as well as to upend the present way that trauma is taught at the graduate level.


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Frequently Asked Questions


How does the monthly membership work?
The is a monthly membership which gives you access to all 3 of my courses. You will be charged on a monthly basis, which will allow you to access any of my courses whenever you want and for how ever long you'd like! If you'd like to switch around from course to course, you can do that, too.
What's your cancellation policy?
If you sign up and realize the membership is not for you, you're welcome to cancel and you're subscription will terminate after the month is complete and you will not be charged any additional fees.
Tell me about the Inner-Work course
The Inner-Work course is process for cultivating authenticity, presence and the courage to be yourself, for new trauma therapists. What does it take to sit with someone who’s been impacted by trauma? How do you develop the presence, authenticity and vulnerability to be in-relationship with someone when they are sharing the horrors they’ve experienced? My name is Guy Macpherson, PhD. Over the course of the last few years, as founder of The Trauma Therapist Project and host of The Trauma Therapist | Podcast, I've had the privilege of interviewing thought-leaders in the fields of trauma, addiction, mindfulness and yoga. In this course I'm going to share with you what I've learned from those interviews about what it takes to sit with and work with individuals who've been impacted by trauma. The experience of doing this podcast week after week has been an amazing and enlightening experience and I'd like to share what I've learned with you.
Tell me about the Heart-Centered course.
The Heart-Centered course is an online workshop about finding heart, uncovering purpose & honoring your strength as a new trauma therapist. What does it take to sit with someone who’s been impacted by trauma? How do you develop the presence, authenticity and vulnerability to be in-relationship with someone when they are sharing the horrors they’ve experienced? In this course I'm going to share with you what I've learned from those interviews about what it takes to sit with and work with individuals who've been impacted by trauma. The experience of doing this podcast week after week has been an amazing and enlightening experience and I'd like to share what I've learned with you. One hint: It's more than reading every trauma book and attending every conference out there. (Though those are definitely useful and crucial and a major part of the healing process.) What is it about, then? It's about you and your ability to be authentic and present and vulnerable while in-relationship with the person sitting before you and being informed about healing trauma. Simple. But not easy. This is the Inner-Work. The process of cultivating authenticity, presence, vulnerability and compassion. It means being genuine with your clients. It means being real. It means dropping your agenda. It means leaving our suitcase of great ideas and plans and blueprints of the amazing interventions you might believe would be perfect for your clients, outside the door. This is not individual or group therapy. Nor is this a course on the neurobiology of trauma. Rather, the focus here is on being willing to take a look at who you are--the sticky bits, the amazing parts, the parts that maybe you'd rather not look at right now--and exploring them for all their worth. Welcome to The Heart-Centered Therapist.
Tell me about the Early Psychosis course.
If you're a new trauma therapist or even one with some experience under your belt, learning to identify the signs and symptoms of early psychosis is crucial. Why? Because multiple studies have shown a link between trauma and psychosis. In this course we're going to go over the following topics: What is psychosis. What is early psychosis. How to distinguish between the two. Risk factors for psychosis and early psychosis. How to determine whether someone is experience symptoms of early psychosis, or psychosis, or schizophrenia. How to talk to and assess *young clients (young kids) to learn about their symptoms. How to talk to young clients about their symptoms of early psychosis without stigmatizing them. How to conduct an assessment with young clients and their caregivers to determine if they’re experience symptoms of early psychosis. Understanding the role of trauma in early psychosis. Care and treatment options for young clients experiencing symptoms of early psychosis. Best practices for working with young clients experiencing early psychosis symptoms, in school. And much more! The goal of this course is to provide you with the knowledge to be able to identify the signs and symptoms of early psychosis and to be familiar with the treatment options. *My experience comes from working with young individuals between the ages of 12-25 over a five-year period, and so that is what I will be drawing upon for this course.
Who is this membership for?
Everything I do is truly geared to the new trauma therapist. That is, the individual who is just starting out on their trauma-informed journey who's eager to learn about trauma and maybe isn't so sure where to start and who's looking for support and guidance and a little dose of inspiration. Having said that though, these courses also have a lot to offer the more experience therapist, as well. That person who is looking for inspiration and guidance in cultivating authenticity, presence and vulnerability, the cornerstones of great trauma therapy.

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