Training Format

Trainings are held in four 4.5-day modules (click on specific training location below).  Also offered: Online and Live NARM Consult Groups, NARM Experiential Consult Sessions, NARM Study Groups, access to NARM Demonstration Videos and Transcripts, and an optional Master’s Level Training with NARM Creator Dr. Laurence Heller.

CEU’s

Available for psychologists, psychotherapists, marriage and family therapists, social workers and professional counselors [120 CEU Hours for NARM Therapist/Practitioner Certificate].

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Admission Requirements

The NARM Practitioner Training is designed for psychotherapists, social workers, counselors and mental health professionals who work with trauma.  Graduate trainees and interns are welcome to apply.  Other health care professionals or educators working with complex trauma will be considered.  Applications are approved on a case-by-case basis, and may include a personal interview with the NARM coordinator and/or faculty member.

NARM Training Certificate

A certificate of completion is issued to all participants upon completion of the requirements for the NARM Practitioner Training.  Additionally, the NARM Training Institute provides 2 designations for graduates of the NARM Practitioner Training, depending on licensure and training: NARM Therapists and NARM Practitioners

 For more information on the difference between NARM Therapists and NARM Practitioners, please click here.

Disclaimer

The NARM Training Institute is neither a regulatory nor licensing organization and therefore not sanctioned to certify, license, or otherwise bestow the legal authorization to practice as a mental health professional.  While the theoretical approach taught in NARM offers a useful framework which can support professionals from various clinical disciplines, all participants in the NARM Practitioner Training should clarify to what extent using the NARM approach in their practices is condoned by their licensing body Acceptance into the NARM Practitioner Training does not ensure that all NARM methods will be appropriate for inclusion in your professional practice.  Training participants are responsible for operating within their professional scope of practice and for abiding by state and federal laws.