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The mission of Restorative Resources Training & Consulting (“RRT&C”) is to collaborate with existing individual and communal resources to support systems of healing and well-being that promote resiliency, are culturally congruent and respectful. From individual psychotherapy to organizational development, I utilize a strength-based, systemic approach. The spirit of all RRT&C’s work is reciprocity.


 

Amber is one of the featured clinicians who writes about her polyvagal-informed movement therapy in Dr. Stephen Porges latest book.

 


 


 


 

New Podcast Episode with Amber

Let’s dig into the science behind dance/movement therapy as a highly effective & suitable treatment choice for trauma survivors. In this episode, Amber Gray talks about her collaborative work with “Distinguished University Scientist” Stephen Porges, who discovered the Polyvagal Theory.

 


 


 

Listen to Amber on the latest episode of the The Embodiment Podcast.

Experienced dance movement and trauma therapist Amber joins Mark to discuss humanitarian work, polyvagal theory, state sharing, self compassion and self care when you work with trauma, the new trauma rock stars, humour, and not wearing kid gloves. We also discuss simply “what works” in trauma, and offer practical trauma-related tips for any embodiment professional.

 


 

As the American Dance Therapy Association prepares to celebrate 52-Years as a professional organization, we are on a mission to educate and advocate for dance/movement therapy through our #GivingTuesday Grant.

If 1,000 people donated $5.20 to celebrate our birthday, we would raise $5,200 for the 2017-2018 Service Grant

Outreach to Refugees: Fostering Connection & Belonging

Donate NOW to the 2017-2018 #GivingTuesday Grant

Click the button above to donate to the ADTA.
Select “GivingTuesday: Outreach to Refugees” on the form, to support this cause.

The #GivingTuesday Grant is a partnership with the Marian Chace Foundation.



 

The Kint Institute is accepting applications for its second year Certificate Program in The Creative Arts and Trauma

 


Amber’s chapter, co-authored with Dr. Stephen Porges, “Polyvagal-informed Dance Movement Therapy with Children who Shut Down” is hot off the press


Click Here to Read Amber’s Most Recent Publication on her Polyvagal Informed Dance/Movement Therapy


 

Amber Gray and colleague Tarrie Burnett spoke on their programs for to empower Refugee Women at the UN Convention on Women, March 17, 2017

View Past Event and Photos here


 

Amber shares her experience of meeting Emilie Conrad and discovering Continuum Movement

Watch Now On Youtube


 

Amber’s latest podcast: A Tool Kit for Post Election Distress Syndrome with Amber Gray.Have you felt immobilized by the results of this presidential election? Shut down? Off-balance? Somatic psychologist, Amber Gray, talks with Sharon Weil about how terror and fear affect the body, creating either a shutting down response or an impulse towards fight or flight action. She provides essential and helpful insight and tools for finding calm, restoration, and a return to mobility and social engagement after difficult events. These tools apply to any stressful, shocking, or life-altering change. Listen and find comfort in her words.

Listen Now on Itunes.

Or Listen on Soundcloud.

 


 

Read Amber’s latest publication on Continuum Movement, Somatic Psychotherapy and Trauma in Somatic Psychotherapy Today

 


 

Listen here to Amber’s recent podcast in Sharon Weil’s changeability series.

 


 

Listen here to Amber’s recent podcast in Sharon Weil’s changeability series.

 


 

Amber is a featured change expert in Sharon Weil’s newest book, ChangeAbility: How Artists, Activists and Awakeners Navigate Change. Available wherever good books are sold!

 


 

Introducing the Kint Institute’s Creative Arts Therapies and Trauma Certificate Program
The Kint Institute is pleased to announce our post-masters certificate training program on the Creative Arts Therapies and Trauma, launching Fall, 2016.
The training program begins in September in New York City at the beautiful IAC building. Explore www.kintinstitute.org for more details, including training curriculum, application, as well as information about our cutting-edge faculty.
We are welcoming applications for our inaugural cohort of creative arts therapists and clinicians of other disciplines who are interested in the arts and trauma treatment. Please consider joining us, as well as sharing the website with colleagues who may be interested.
If you have any questions or want more information, don’t hesitate to reach out atinfo@kintinstitute.org

 


 

Read another recent publication here: Continuums Fluid Strength; an Inside Ed piece in the current (Summer) issue of Dance International Magazine

 


 


Ambers review of Dr van der Kolk’s book The Body Keeps the Score published in the American Journal of Dance Therapy

 


 

Read Amber’s Latest Article: What Language Does Your Body Speak: Some Thoughts on Somatic Psychotherapies in International Contexts

 


 

Listen to Ambers interview at The West Coast Trauma Project

 


 

Listen to Amber’s interview with Sharon Weil on Passing 4 Normal

 


 

Check out Amber’s latest chapter, The broken body: Somatic perspectives on surviving torture in Therapists creating a cultural tapestry: Using the creative therapies across cultures, by S. L. Brooke & C. E. Myers

http://www.amazon.com/Therapists-Creating-Cultural-Tapestry-Therapies/dp/039808128X


 

Check out Dance Movement Therapy with Refugee and Survivor Children: A Healing Pathway is a Creative Process, Amber’s latest chapter, published in “Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children” edited by Cathy Malchiodi, Guilford Press, 2014.
Click on link for ordering information:
http://www.guilford.com/books/Creative-Interventions-with-Traumatized-Children/Cathy-Malchiodi/9781462518166

 


 

Amber’s chapter on Continuum Movement and founder/originator Emilie Conrad published in Inner Dialogues in Daily Life. This chapter is a personal account of Amber’s journey with Continuum Movement, and its bold and innovative originator and teacher, Emilie Conrad. The chapter also covers Ambers work in conflict and disaster affected areas.
Click on link for ordering information:
http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/book/9781849059831/contents/

 


 

Amber co-authors chapter on Refugee Mental Health Screening; for information on this first-of-its-kind book about refugee health:
http://www.springer.com/medicine/internal/book/978-1-4939-0270-5

 


 

Download Amber Gray’s KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe Interview
with Honey Harris on July 5
(right click this link and “save as.”)

 


About Amber Gray

Amber Gray is a licensed mental health professional and psychotherapist, registered dance movement therapist and public health professional with extensive experience… More

Trauma Resources International

Amber Gray is also the founder of Trauma Resources International, a nonprofit organization that provides herapeutic training for disaster zones
& areas of social upheaval…. Website

Continuum Santa Fe

Continuum movement practice engages the body in the totality of our current physical reality, increases mobile flexibility, motility, well-being, creativity, innovation, adaptability and vitality on many levels… Website

Photos

Amber Gray works locally and travels widely, into war zones, refugee camps, scene of natural disaster promoting strength, love and healing, abroad
and at home…. Galleries