Fairfield, Connecticut (April 2020)
Apr
3
to Apr 5

Fairfield, Connecticut (April 2020)

  • Fairfield University | Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies (map)
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TRM® Level 1 Training

This event is Part 1 of the Integrative Psychotherapy Trauma Program through Fairfield University, a 4-part training opportunity combining EMDR and TRM. CLICK HERE to view training flyer.

Click here for more information and to register for the training (scroll down to the Integrative Psychotherapy Trauma Program heading).

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Fairfield, Connecticut (November 2020)
Nov
13
to Nov 15

Fairfield, Connecticut (November 2020)

  • Fairfield University | Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

TRM® Level 2 Training

This event is Part 4 of the Integrative Psychotherapy Trauma Program through Fairfield University, a 4-part training opportunity combining EMDR and TRM. CLICK HERE to view training flyer.

Click here for more information and to register for the training (scroll down to the Integrative Psychotherapy Trauma Program heading).

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Fairfield, Connecticut
May
31
to Jun 2

Fairfield, Connecticut

TRM® Level 1 Training

This event is Part 2 of the Integrative Psychotherapy Trauma Program through Fairfield University, a 4-part training opportunity combining EMDR and TRM. CLICK HERE to view training flyer.

Click here for more information and to register for the training (scroll down to the Integrative Psychotherapy Trauma Program heading).

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aug
11
to Aug 13

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • St. Joseph University, McShain Hall, 5th Floor (map)
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TRM® Level 1 Training

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.

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