He has been teaching these methods to both public and practitioner audiences for over twenty-five years. His practitioner training programs in Trauma Recovery and Immune Disorder Management are specialty certification programs for both The American Council of Hypnotists Examiners and the American Hypnosis Association.
Through his outreach project First Medicines, Trujillo took his work from self-hypnosis workshops at AIDS Project Los Angeles, to disaster recovery zones throughout the globe, to accessible resources on a digital platform.
These include streamed and downloadable programs for Stress/Trauma Recovery, Pain Relief, and Smoking Cessation. He chronicled this work in his book Tsunami Effect. Trujillo is a lifetime performer and public speaker and brings this perspective to his work with artists, athletes, and achievers. He has been a featured presenter and teacher at conferences and expos.
His use of flute music to bring peace and healing has been welcomed in hospital wards, concert halls, and cathedrals worldwide. In 2003 he was awarded the Medaille d’Excellence by the International Human Rights Consortium for his creative solutions for peace and well-being. As Board Vice President and Director of Education for IHRC, he helps to promote the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, particularly focused on health and climate support.
As a result of his interactions with Indigenous leaders at United Nations sessions, he has become an ardent advocate of the rights of Indigenous Peoples and a devoted student of Indigenous spiritual practices, particularly those of the Maya of the Guatemalan Highlands.