Juditta Ben-David MA< SEP- Has over 28 years of psychotherapy practice. A lecturer and supervisor of SE Trauma healing, DARe trauma and attachment, Group work, Therapeutic relationships, Contemplative psychotherapy, Breath and Movement therapy in Greece, Ireland, South Africa, Turkey, Germany and Israel. The founder of MBSE, ToWo group, MiA (Mindfulness in Arabic), and on the founders of Psychodharma. JuDitta has extensive academic and field experience. MA in Movement Therapy and Body Oriented Psychotherapy (Lesley U and the center for BodyMind Cambridge), BA from the Hebrew University in Psychology and Vocal studies. The Ben Gurion U Medicine school, a SEP, and an EMDR, IFS, DARe, and CRM facilitator, as well as an Authentic Movement trainer. Faculty member of Lesley University, Mimar Sinan University, Tel Hai college social work school & Wingate Institute. Presented at international conferences, and hospitals. Her passion through the years is the sharing of Embodiment and Mindfulness based Trauma therapy to populations in crisis, across language and cultural barriers. Some of her offerings: Embodied trauma and resiliency therapy, Trauma sensitive Mindfulness, Integrative Group facilitators, Mindfulness based Psychotherapy, Mind-Body approaches to wellness, Dissociation and the BodyMind, Trauma and somatization, Mindfulness Based Somatic Experiencing, Death and Dying from the Buddhist perspective. JuDitta co-directed a women's halfway house; has extensive experience with emotionally disturbed youth and adults in psychiatric settings, boarding schools, private clinic, soldiers vets and families of various defense forces, Midwives and women groups cross culturally. Through ToWo group worked with Zulu women, Irish counselors, Druse Ethiopian and Bedouin women, Kurdish and Syrian wounded soldiers, Syrian and Palestinian refugees, and more. The CEO of the TDIL 2014 conference: ""trauma-mindfulness-body-attachment"", and part of a civil group (The Forum) that works toward the equality of health services cross culturally. Juditta has been invited to share her experience on the media, TV, and the net. JuDitta is a meditator since 1990, roots in the Theravada tradition, Zen, Sufi and Tibetian knowledge, a mindfulness instructor at Tovana, an adv' MBSR trainer (Bangor U). Not ruling out her heart connection with the Judaic tradition, she is now a student of the Diamond Heart/Diamond Logos school. As a group facilitator, meditator, and a singer, she brings forth a subtle quality of listening to personal voices and pathways, and to the sweet joys of the heart."