TRM® Level 1: Fairfield, CT

TRM® Level 1: Fairfield, CT


Dates: November 3 - November 5, 2017

Times: Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday: 9am-5pm; Sunday: 9am-4pm

Location: Fairfield University, 1073 North Benson Road, Fairfield, Connecticut

CEs: 18.5 (click here for more information)


PLEASE NOTE: This is part 2 of the 4-part "Integrative Trauma Psychotherapy Certificate Program" (click here for more information). 

Each training includes 5 hours of post-training consultation by Zoom and space is limited to 30 participants. You can sign up for the TRM trainings only, if you are already EMDR trained. Half-day refresher (mornings only) EMDR training without practica offered at 1⁄2-price for those already EMDR trained. 

  1. Basic Training in EMDR Therapy Part 1 (9/23-9/25/2017; Cost: $700; Refresher EMDR (1/2 day): $300).
  2. Trauma Resilience Model Part 1 
  3. Basic Training EMDR Therapy Part 2 (1/13-15/18; Cost: $700;Refresher EMDR (1/2 day): $300).
  4. Trauma Resilience Model Part 2 (4/6-4/8/18; Cost: $700; 18.5 CEUs).

Earn 25 CEUs for each training. Receive a 25% discount if you sign up for all four (4) workshops (i.e., EMDR Part 1 & 2 plus TRM Part 1 & 2). These workshops are partially funded by the George Link Foundation and offered at this discounted fee for those who work with veterans or their families.

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Description: TRM® Level 1 is a three-day course designed to teach skills to clinicians working with children and adults with traumatic stress reactions.  The training is a combination of lecture, discussion and small group practice that explores the biology of fear and threat and the automatic, natural defensive responses that occur when faced with a life-threatening and/or dangerous situation. Most importantly, this model explores the concept of resiliency and how to restore balance to the body and the mind after traumatic experiences. When the focus is on normal biological responses to extraordinary events, there is a paradigm shift from symptoms being described as biological rather than as pathological or as mental weakness.  As traumatic stress symptoms are normalized, feelings of shame and self-blame are reduced or eliminated. Symptoms are viewed as the body’s attempt to re-establish balance to the nervous system.