Reclaiming Your Space: A Trauma-Informed Look at Cleaning & Organizing

Gain practical insights and techniques on how to navigate cleaning and organizing processes with sensitivity and mindfulness, particularly when facing neurodivergence or periods of heightened stress.

Shanon Williams-Hughes, BASW

Friday, July 12th, 2024

9:00-11:00 am, Eastern Time, USA

Virtual Live via Zoom

$29

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Imagine a space where every corner holds the potential for healing and restoration!

This workshop, inspired by the principles of spatial health and wellness, guides you through the art of “reading a room.” You’ll learn to discern, not only the physical clutter, but also the psychological and emotional obstacles that may impede your ability to create and maintain a harmonious environment.

Together, we’ll focus on trauma-informed housekeeping with an emphasis on spatial health and wellness.

What is this holistic approach to cleaning and organizing spaces while prioritizing psychological well-being and functionality? Join us to find out!

TIC and Physical Space

Central to our exploration is the concept of trauma-informed care, recognizing that our environments can either nurture or hinder our mental health. 

You’ll gain practical insights and techniques on how to navigate cleaning and organizing processes with sensitivity and mindfulness, particularly when facing neurodivergence or periods of heightened stress.

We emphasize the importance of pacing oneself and understanding when to seek support, fostering an environment of self-compassion and effective self-care practices.

Through interactive exercises and discussions, participants will develop a deeper understanding of:

  • Reading the Room: Identifying psychological and functional barriers within a space.
  • Trauma-Informed Approaches: Applying principles that promote safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration, and empowerment.
  • Neurodivergence and Stress Navigation: Techniques tailored to individuals navigating stress or neurodivergence, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility in housekeeping practices.
  • Seeking Help: Recognizing when additional support or resources may be beneficial and how to access them effectively.

By the end of this workshop, you’ll not only possess practical skills in trauma-informed housekeeping but also a renewed sense of empowerment in your ability to curate spaces that promote well-being and resilience.

Join us as we embark on this journey towards creating environments that support healing, growth, and holistic self-care.

Who’s it For?

Social service workers, parents, students…really anyone!

 


Due to the interactive nature of the course, we have limited spots to ensure a personalized experience.

Reserve your spot today!


Meet your Facilitator

Shanon Williams-Hughes, BASW

Shanon has dedicated her life to creating resources and access to all eight pillars of wellness. 

Her belief is that everyone deserves to live in peace.  To do that, she identifies barriers to healthy well-being and works to remove them.

Why Train With the TIC Training Center?

  • Trauma-Informed Approach: We prioritize your well-being by integrating trauma-informed considerations into our teachings.
  • Safety: Feel safe and supported as you navigate the process of learning and growing.
  • Interactive Setting: Engage in a dynamic and interactive virtual learning environment. Our courses foster connection, reflection, and growth through group discussions, exercises, and real-life case studies.
  • Expert Guidance: Benefit from the wisdom and expertise of our experienced facilitators who have helped individuals transform their lives. Our facilitators provide guidance, support, and personalized insights throughout the course and in a closed forum after the course.