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"What is TRM?"

The Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) is a biological-based model that reduces and/or eliminates the symptoms of traumatic stress. By Elaine Miller-Karas, MSW, LCSW - read more. . .

TRM in Schools

Students experience high levels of distress as a result of issues related to poverty. This distress manifests as poor attendance, behavior problems, poor personal/social skills, emotional issues, and poor test scores. By Jean Berg - read more. . .

Guidelines after a Disaster - English

While visiting a displaced persons camp, a young woman, Marie, a survivor of the Haitian earthquake, recounts in Creole that she has not felt well since the earth erupted and changed her life forevermore. She reports that she has insomnia, stomach discomfort and headaches and often feels a weakness in her legs. read more. . .

トリモ・メソッド ~自分らしさを取り戻す3つのストレス対処法 Community Resiliency Model by the Nichi Bei Care Network

Guidelines after a Disaster - Japanese トラウマ回復モデル-----被災地支援のためのガイドライン

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