The TARA Approach is available to communities in need under the auspices of the Dom Project, the 501.c.3 non-profit umbrella for all TARA Approach programs and publications.
The Dom Project is named for Domingo Orejudos, the first person to die of AIDS in Boulder County, Colorado. His death inspired Dr. Mines and her husband, environmental attorney Robert E. Yuhnke, to share the resources they used for Dom with the world.
The Dom Project and The TARA Approach provide training, materials and resources to health care professionals, service agencies, therapists, family birthing units, midwives, childbirth educators, and parents.
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THE TARA APPROACH for the Resolution of Shock and Trauma is a unique fusion of Western neuroscience and Eastern energy medicine.
The TARA Approach for the Resolution of Shock and Trauma is the treatment arm of the Dom Project, a nonprofit organization established to end the lineage of violence by addressing its root causes.
The Dom Project is dedicated to providing holistic and empowering resources that derail traumatic repetition neurologically, allowing the nervous system to recover from overwhelming experience.
WHAT IS THE TARA APPROACH?
The TARA Approach (Tools for Awakening Resources and Awareness) integrates applied touch to stimulate nervous system balance with Western neuropsychology. Specific language applications and meridian based subtle touch invite th
The TARA Approach is dedicated to the broad dissemination of a sustainable and empowering healthcare paradigm. Through education, training programs, books, articles and media it is our intention to put into the hands of every individual the tools they nee
The CLIMATE CHANGE & CONSCIOUSNESS: OUR LEGACY FOR THE EARTH conference is an intergenerational, international and multi-cultural event that will be held at the...
A Unique Webinar with Stephanie Mines, Ph.D Date: Tuesday, March 27th 11am PST Venue: Online Join Stephanie Mines and her community of TARA Approach practitioners...