When you sign up for this emotional health master class, you will receive:
60+ minutes of clinical expertise
Interactive learning environment
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I spent a weekend working through the videos and workbook and it was just what I needed. I've tried lots of modalities to heal from my trauma and Onsite just keeps bringing the very best content.
— Erin, Rightsizing the Wrongs Alumni
You know that feeling you get when you overreact to something seemingly insignificant?
When your reaction seems bigger than it should? You may have felt foolish, maybe even a little shameful, for having such a big reaction.
The truth is, these super-sized reactions are rarely about that thing that set us off. More likely we’re responding to something that happened in the past and now it’s coming out sideways.
Our past experiences, both the good and the bad, shape how we show up. And unfortunately, we all have to navigate our fair share of adversity. The painful events of our past often leave us wounded, open, and raw—so we guard up, power through, and move forward. We learn to cope (or at least we think we do), but then something happens, and we find ourselves spiraling, feeling like our world is caving in.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
You can rightsize it.
You can understand what your body is going through, look at it with new eyes, and put your trauma back in its place. You can learn from the experiences of your past, while not letting it dictate the circumstances of your future. You can get to the source instead of just managing the symptoms.
By the end of this class you will be able to...
Apply a new, more inclusive definition of the term "trauma" in order to identify and respond to trauma and the role it plays in your life.
Describe the effects trauma has on our minds and our bodies.
Define what a medicator is and identify your own medicating behavior.
Create a plan for sustainable change through the utilization of tools and resources designed to promote healthy habits.
Carlos Martinez, M.Div., MSMHC, LPC, ACS, CET-II, is a Clinical Supervisor at Onsite. He has worked helping people for almost 20 years, as a pastor, chaplain, crisis interventionist, therapist, counselor, and a professor. Carlos leads participant workshops on trauma, healthy sexuality and relationships, intimacy, and connecting with the self. He also helps curate the experiential programs for Onsite and helps lead and recruit their team of therapists from all over the world.
Carlos earned his master of divinity from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He earned his master of science in mental health counseling from Walden University and is a licensed professional counselor. He has experience working with people in both groups and individual work who have had struggles with trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, grief and loss, childhood abuse, incest, and sexual assault.
Rightsizing the Wrongs is a digital emotional health class brought to you by Onsite that will help you understand how the pain of your past might still be affecting you today, and offer you a way forward towards the hope and healing you deserve. This 7-part video series, led by Carlos Martinez, will equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to navigate the complexities of trauma and begin to heal.
This accessible digital class includes over 80+ minutes of clinical expertise and an interactive workbook designed to ground, unpack, and apply the concepts to your everyday life.
Is this class a replacement for therapy?
This class is not intended to provide therapy or be a replacement for any therapeutic involvement of a participant in the course. While the guide providing instruction is a licensed therapist in their respective state, they are not providing therapy in this course. By registering for Rightsizing the Wrongs you are agreeing that no therapist/client relationship is being formed between you and the guide providing instruction in the class or between you and Onsite Workshops.
Who is it for?
This class is for everyone. None of us escapes adversity. If we’ve lived any amount of time, we’ve experienced things that have negatively impacted the trajectory of our lives. Put another way, we have all experienced trauma. But we all have the ability to heal from the wounds of our past, and come out the other side more grounded and empowered than ever before. Trauma does not have to have the last word. Our past does not have to define us.
Who teaches the class?
Rightsizing the Wrongs is taught by, Carlos Martinez, M.Div., MSMHC, LPC, ACS, CET-II. Carlos has worked helping people for almost 20 years, as a pastor, chaplain, crisis interventionist, therapist, counselor, and professor. Carlos leads Onsite experiences on trauma, healthy sexuality and relationships, intimacy, and connecting with the self. He also helps curate the experiential programs for Onsite and helps lead and recruit their team of therapists from all over the world.
Will I be in contact 1 on 1 with the clinical team?
While you will not be in direct contact with Onsite's Clinical Team, you can interact with other participants through the comment function and by accessing Onsite's exclusive new community platform.
We know that healing happens in community and the healing connections of Onsite are translating into this digital course. You can walk through this alongside others on the same journey.
Can I purchase this class for a group or organization?
If you're interested in purchasing this for your organization, corporation or group, we'd love to connect to discuss how we can further support you in this effort.