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Build  resilience

Awaken hope

 
 
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Trauma Resource Institute

Accessibility. Affordability. Adaptability. Transportability.

 

The Trauma Resource Institute (TRI) is a nonprofit corporation devoted to cultivating trauma-informed and resiliency-focused individuals and communities throughout the world. To find out more about who we are, click here. 

 
 

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The Trauma Resiliency Model® and Community Resiliency Model® are designed to help individuals understand the biology of traumatic stress reactions and learn specific skills to return the body, mind and spirit back to balance after experiencing traumatic events.  These skills can awaken the hope that has, for some, been lost after natural and human-made disasters. And yes, we even have an app to help you learn the wellness skills.

 
 

 
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Trauma Resiliency Model®

For professionals and clinicians.

 
 
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Community Resiliency Model®

For everyone.

 

 
 

Compassion without borders

 
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Building resilience worldwide.

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TRI is committed to expanding resiliency worldwide. We have a number of trainings and projects happening throughout the year, both domestically in the U.S. and internationally. 

 
 
 

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What you can do to help.

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Support for our projects is generated by individuals and organizations that would like to bring our healing modalities to communities near and far. You can be a partner in our work. See how you can help.

 
 

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Help is available.

Certified Practitioners 

 

TRI offers certifications in both CRM and TRM. While both models have been described as deceptively simple, there is a method to our model. We have a growing network of trainers and practitioners that are available to you.

 
 
Chase the resilience.
— Elaine Miller-Karas
 
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