Mind-Body Skills Group Trauma Relief for Women

Mind-Body Skills Group
Trauma Relief for Women

  • Are you feeling stuck and unable to successfully change your feelings, thoughts or behaviors?
  • Are you re-living traumatic events through nightmares, flashbacks, feeling easily startled, or irritability?
  • Are you feeling depressed, numb and detached from your family or love ones?
  • Are you looking for ways to better manage your stress or chronic pain?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you can benefit from our complimentary Mind-Body Skills Group

What is a Mind-Body Skills Group?
Mind-Body Skills Groups offer a powerful and effective combination of research based healing therapies to help participants deal with life changes, stress, trauma, grief and loss in an intimate and supportive group setting.

The groups are small 9-12 people, which allows for a deeper level of connection, sharing and support. The group meets at a set day and time for 8-10 weeks, 2 hours each week, which provides for an opportunity for participants to begin to integrate the mind-body skills into their lives, with the support of the group to help them work through any difficulties along the way.

What You Will Learn
In our group you will learn and practice a variety of mind body techniques that have been scientifically proven effective for relieving trauma, stress, depression that enhance health and well-being.

Empowering skills taught in our group include:

  • Guided imagery
  • Biofeedback
  • Drawing
  • Meditation
  • Dialogue with symptoms
  • Mindful Eating
  • Breathing Exercises
  • Stress Management
  • Self-Awareness

Details: How to find out about the group.

This is a complimentary group for women who have unresolved trauma from war, sexual abuse, physical trauma, car accident, and/or environmental disaster. This group is facilitated by Joyce Dillon, RN, MN through the Center for Mind Body Medicine trauma program.

If you are interested in clearing your trauma this is your opportunity! Group will fill up quickly.

  • Our group will meet on Thursday’s for 2 hour sessions from 6:00-8:00pm for 8 weeks. Group starts May 23, 2013.
  • Group will be facilitated by Joyce Dillon, RN, MN, Mind Body and Trauma practitioner.
  • To register for the group call Joyce Dillon at 404-881-1322. For more information email Joyce.

Joyce Dillon

Joyce Dillon is a board certified life, and wellness coach, psychiatric mental health nurse, mind-body and trauma practitioner, and empowerment retreat leader and CEO of Healthy Living and Balance, a wellness, and personal development company. She is a pioneer in the field of healthy living and wellness.

Joyce combines a Masters Degree of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing with twenty-five years of clinical experience with veterans, drug/alcohol, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, and extensive training in mind-body medicine, meditation, energy medicine, and holistic mental health.


Huffington Post featured article on Mindful Meditation Benefits

NY Times features the Center for Mind Body Medicine model for healing PTSD

The New York Times published a strong article that features the CMBM work as the focal point in discussing effective new approaches to treating trauma and preventing suicide in the VA.

In the article, “For Veterans, a Surge of New Treatments for Trauma”, published online, author Tina Rosenberg says “The Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s program…is the most comprehensive of all [treatments], giving participants a variety of different strategies to choose from: breathing, meditation, guided visual imagery, bio-feedback, self-awareness, dance, self-expression, drawing. And it is the one with the strongest evidence that it works to cure PTSD.”