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TIR: Trauma/Stress Resolution Workshop, 28 CE's, March 31-April 3, 2017

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1003 Crest Park Drive

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The Traumatic Incident Reduction Workshop

Interesting, rewarding, fun, interactive and applicable to effectively help your clients

Prerequisite: None (License is not required)

Time: 4 days

28 CE hours: This program was approved by the [USA] National Association of Social Workers (Provider #886415259).

Approved for 28 NAADAC CEU's (provider#860)

The continuing education credits for this TIR-related program may also be submitted to the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists towards certification and re-certificating as a Trauma Specialist, a Trauma Responder, and a Trauma Service Specialist.

Participants in all professional disciplines will be provided with documentation of 28 credit hours for use in securing CE credits from their respective licensure boards and/or professional associations.

Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is listed on SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices www.tir-nrepp.org

About the Workshop

This workshop covers the nature of trauma, the consequences of traumatic incidents, and the Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) technique, a one-on-one, highly-structured, yet person-centered approach to resolving the emotional charge contained in traumas and permanently eliminating their negative aftereffects in a brief amount of time. It also contains data on how past traumas may be triggered, and how unwanted feelings, emotions, sensations, attitudes, and pains ("themes") arising from past trauma may be traced back to their origins and eliminated. The workshop also teaches unblocking a technique that is highly useful in preparing a client for TIR and for handling issues that are not directly trauma-related relationships. Unblocking can be applied to broad areas of life (e.g. "your self-esteem", "your career", "your relationship with your spouse", etc.).

The TIR Workshop presents a new paradigm of safety and effectiveness for helping others. Upon completing this training, a practitioner can expect to get good results applying what has been learned. It is recommended that the newly – trained practitioner do a post–workshop internship to quickly raise his⁄her level of skill and confidence. An internship may also be conducted long–distance.

Objectives:

As demonstrated through examination and supervised activities, the student will be able to:

    • Explain the theory of the traumatic network
    • Explain the theory and practice of Traumatic Incident Reduction
    • Explain the theory and practice of Unblocking
    • Describe clients for whom TIR is not appropriate
    • Predict how reactivation (triggering) affects clients' everyday lives
    • Utilize communication exercises to increase rapport with clients
    • Describe unresolved traumatic incidents as incomplete activity cycles
    • Apply Traumatic Incident Reduction to a successful result
    • Apply Unblocking to a successful result
    • Use these structured, directive techniques in a client-centered way

Also learn:

  • How to assess the client's readiness for TIR
  • How to use these structured, directive techniques in a client-centered way
  • How re-stimulation (triggering) effects clients' everyday lives
  • Effective communication exercises to increase rapport with clients

Outline:

  1. Introduction to TIR
    1. What is Traumatic Incident Reduction?
    2. Circumstances calling for the use of TIR
    3. When you can't use TIR
    4. Present consequences of past traumatic incidents
    5. The nature of traumatic incidents
    6. Triggering of past traumas
  2. FacilitationCommunication Exercises
    1. End Points
    2. Differences between TIR and other methods
    3. The Rules of Facilitation
    4. False memories
    5. Emotions, acute emotions as indicators
  3. Preparing a Client for TIR
    1. Unblocking and when to use it
    2. Repeating instructions without variation
    3. Session outline
    4. Remedial Recall List
  4. TIR Technique
    1. Assessing in TIR
    2. Finding items to address
    3. Basic TIR
    4. Thematic TIR
    5. End Points in TIR

This workshop is appropriate for all levels of practicing social workers, psychologists, therapists, counselors, clergy, and critical incident stress debriefers. See also Who can Practice Applied Metapsychology Techniques

Our Refund Policy: If you choose to cancel your registration you will be given a full refund less a $75 processing fee up to 14 days before the start date of the workshop. Participants wishing to cancel their registration after this time wave the right to a refund, but will be issued full credit toward a future workshop date.



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