Upcoming FREE Introduction to NARM Webinar
Upcoming Public Group Case Consultations with NARM Faculty
We are excited to invite you to a special opportunity to consult directly with NARM Creator Dr. Laurence Heller, co-author of Healing Developmental Trauma, Brad Kammer, NARM Senior Faculty and Training Director, and Stefanie Klein, NARM Senior Faculty. You will have a chance to learn how to apply the NeuroAffective Relational Model to clients dealing with Complex Trauma.
This online consult group is open to all members of the NARM Community. We also invite licensed professionals who use other modalities to join the online group consult as observers. We encourage NARM Community members to invite colleagues who may be interested in learning more about NARM in an applied way to join this Public Group Consult!
Case Consultation credit will be available for our NARM Students and Graduates working towards their NARM Training Consultation requirements.
Group Consults are a place for practitioners to share their cases, receive support integrating NARM into clinical practice, and reflect on how they can apply NARM in working with their clients. Even for those that are not presenting cases, there is deep learning that happens in observing about how NARM can be implemented with complex clients. These groups are also a wonderful opportunity to be together in community. We look forward to joining our NARM international community!
June 10th, 2022
August 8th, 2022
October 24th, 2022
from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Pacific Time
Upcoming NARM Webinar
September 26th, 2022 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
In this webinar, we will further explore how the NeuroAffective Relational Model or (NARM) can support the exploration of unresolved trauma patterns for therapists and helping professionals when addressing cultural trauma. Cultural trauma, a significant yet under-recognized aspect of Complex Trauma, can contribute to misattunement in therapeutic relationships due to lack of diversity in the mental health field, the legacy of systemic oppression in many societal institutions, implicit bias, and specific culturally-based countertransference reactions within clinicians.
Upcoming Live Demonstration Workshop
NARM Demonstration Workshop
with Brad Kammer, NARM Training Director
July 23rd, 2022 from 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM Pacific Time
We are excited to host another NARM Demonstration workshop in July. This event will be held at the Corte Madera Inn in the Bay Area and also available via live-stream online. All levels of NARM Training participants and graduates are welcome!
Brad will rely on workshop participants to volunteer for demonstration sessions. He will do 2-3 live NARM demos with time to reflect and debrief on the demonstrations between sessions. This allows us to observe how the NARM Principles and Skills are applied specifically for different clients. This will give us an opportunity to track moment-by-moment the complexities and decision points in working with NARM. Brad will be sharing his “working hypothesis” along the way.