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Traumatic Incident Reduction Workshop - April

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Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) Workshop

Prerequisite: None (License is not required)

Time: 4 days

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

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

April 3-6, 2020

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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. Unblocking can be applied to broad areas of life (e.g. “your marriage”, “your job”, etc.). Three additional techniques for building ego strength are included.

You have the opportunity to give real sessions in this workshop, so that you have first-hand experience of their workability, also to receive sessions yourself. Many graduates report significant personal benefit as a result of this training.

The TIR Workshop presents a new paradigm for effectively helping another person.

Objectives:

• Comprehend the nature of reactivation (triggering)

• Comprehend the mechanics of a conditioned response chain

• Define the Traumatic Incident Network

• Distinguish between primary and secondary traumatic incidents

• Identify cases that are appropriate for resolution with TIR

• Describe the procedural logic of Basic and Thematic TIR

• State the session prerequisites for TIR

• Assess client readiness for TIR

• Define the roles of viewer (client) and facilitator in TIR

• Create a safe space for the client in which traumatic incidents can be reviewed to resolution

• Be comfortably and unwaveringly present with the client, regardless of the content of the traumatic material

• Correctly identify the proper end point of any TIR session

• Employ TIR successfully in the rapid resolution of trauma-related

• Deliver TIR and Unblocking instructions smoothly and clearly

• Handle the components of communication and use acknowledgments to encourage or complete communication

• Handle a variety of client concerns that may arise within a session so that TIR can be successfully completed

This workshop is appropriate for all levels of practicing social workers, psychologists, therapists, counselors, clergy, and critical incident stress debriefers.

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