On the 27th of August, 4 of your 6 TRE Community Facilitators at WOZA MOYA NGO in iXopo received their certificates. The other two were absent that day and will receive theirs in September. Robin Vanderplank and Su Thomas led 12 training days between July 2016 and March 2017 and three of them attended the […]
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Results of an Introductory TRE® Course for Staff of Pollsmoor Maximum Security Prison in Cape Town Presentation and demonstration with Correctional Services Psychologists Following a request by Emily Mokoena of Cape Town Correctional Services, TRE ® Advanced Providers Manuela Kacinari Wall and Christine Cornick ran a pro-bono TRE® introductory presentation and TRE® session for 16 […]
TRE for Africa Foundation is supported by TRE Certification Trainers and TRE Providers in South Africa and internationally. Many use our website to offer TRE to the general public. They are dedicated to help those who are in need of TRE® as a self- directed, empowering modality for ongoing stress release and relief from symptoms […]
Manuela Kacinari Wall and Christine Cornick began working with Ottery Youth Care Centre in Cape Town (for Juvenile Offenders) in April 2015 and have so far run a TRE courses with 20 of the staff and 18 of the boys in their care programme. Desiree English also joined the training team for some of the […]
by Dr Melanie Salmon TRE Certifying Trainer In March 2016 Mr Buyile Bashe, head of Wellness in Parliament Cape Town, invited me to train a selection of Parliamentary staff as Accredited TRE® Providers.
The Advanced TRE Training was a resounding success, attended by 67 TRE Providers, Trainers and Mentors from all over South Africa. DEEPENING YOUR UNDERSTANDING, PRACTICE AND SKILLS IN TRE® we learned exceptional and valuable skills in facilitating TRE, deepening the process for ourselves and our clients. As always, there was a good balance between experiential […]
Written by Robin Vanderplank – Clinical Psychologist and TRE® Mentor in KwaZulu Natal. (Scroll to the bottom to watch a 4 minute video testimonial ) ‘Woza Moya’ offers care and practical help to the community that lives in the beautiful rolling hills and valleys of the Ufafa Valley region of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa – up […]
Ufafa Valley near iXopo KwaZulu Natal is a rural area consisting of about 10 villages and appr 8000 people affected by HIV and AIDS and poverty, including orphaned children and their caregivers.
October 2016 – Dr Melanie Salmon, Desiree English and team On 10 October, we began a 6 week TRE® group with 53 Ladies from Benteheuwel, in the urban war-zone area of the Cape Flats near Cape Town.
Woza Moya is a community-based NGO located in the Ofafa Valley of rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.