Our Mission

The mission of Trauma Resources International (TRI) is to build on existing individual and communal resources in areas of mass social trauma to support systems of healing and well being that promote resiliency and are culturally congruent and respectful through education and empowerment of survivors and victims, and professionals and paraprofessionals responding to the needs of survivors of war, combat, political violence, torture and natural disaster.

Recent Updates


Spiralling Inward: Interoception as a Dance and Somatic Movement Therapy Practice and Process

Learn more about Amber’s online event through the Dance Movement Therapy Association of Australasia on September 27, 2020.


Human Movement Conference

October 2, 2020

“Bathing the Bones: An Introduction to Continuum” & “Continuurhythm®”

Learn more about Amber’s offerings at the Human Movement Conference here.


“Right To Embody”

Amber is once again presenting her “Right to Embody” work at The Embodiment Conference on October 15. You can reserve your FREE space at The Embodiment Conference here.


Amber is interviewed about Continuum, sacred lineage and wild spaces by her dear friend and Continuum colleague, Sylvain Meret:


Liz Koch and Amber are collaborating in their advanced online workshop, Spiraling Into the Wild, November 30 – October 1.


Amber is a featured presenter at PESI’s upcoming “Integrating the Body in Psychotherapy”.


Click here for past updates.


Who We Are

TRI’s Director, Amber Elizabeth Gray, has worked domestically with survivors of human rights abuses and trauma for over 15 years, and has worked internationally and in the field of public health, humanitarian response, disaster response, healing and human services for almost 30 years. A clinician, activist, trainer/educator, program manager, researcher and artist, she has been contracted through her LLC, Restorative Resources Training & Consulting (RRT&C), to provide direct services, training, and guidance for new and ongoing programs serving survivors worldwide. She brings with her passion, commitment, education, extensive field and management, experience, and a dedication to the empowerment, restoration and healing of survivors.


Knowledge Exchange Workshop: How Can Movement and Dance Be Healing for Us? Darwin, NT August 17-19 Full PDF Flyer