Harriëte ModdermanTCTSY Facilitator, Psychosocial Grief and Traumatic Loss Therapist (Bc)
Psychosocial Grief and Traumatic Loss Therapist (Bc), TCTSY Facilitator
Location: Garyp, Friesland, The Netherlands

Harriëtte is a Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator (TCTSY-F) since March 2021. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychosocial therapy and is a Post Bachelor’s Grief and Traumatic Loss Therapist. Harriëtte is also qualified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Recovery (EMDR) for children, youngsters and adults (Bivt registration ©). She has studied for 4 years to be a Somatic Experiencing Practicioner ©. For the last 20 years, she is a Rock and Water Practitioner and for 10 years a Master Instructor ©.

Harriëtte has been working in the community sector for over thirty years as a director of a welfare centre, as a guide for students in their schooltime period in life and as a therapist and guide for young people and adults who experienced trauma, loss and grief. She works in her own practice as a Psychosocial Grief and Traumatic Loss Therapist (Bc). She is working together with two other colleagues on a basic book on loss, grief and grief counselling, which will be published in the autumn of 2021. For her graduation from the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at JRI Boston, she wrote a contribution on grief, trauma TCTSY and the application of the ADAPT model researched in Australia as a community support program. She supports General practitioners (GP) in their questions about the referral of young people with psychological problems and provides short-term psychosocial therapy in GP practices. She also provides training, education and seminars for professionals in education and welfare institutions in the field of (traumatic) loss and grief, and in the international communication and resilience program Rock en Water ©.

When the damage in life seems insurmountable, the suffering, guilt and shame are intense. When the feeling of having no control over your life and body sensations takes hold of you: when the desire to die yourself is great: when the fears stand in the way of your ability to live fully: when continuing to live seems impossible because the reality of the daily life is too confrontational. Harriëtte believes that; safety in the relationship, slowing down in the moment, making choices in the here and now and connecting with others, are paramount in guidance.

Contact Harriëtte: Practice for Loss and Grief
harriette@centrumvoor verliesenrouw.info | www.centrumvoorverliesenrouw.info
m: + 31 (6) 20 95 28 77