Trauma Resiliency Model Level Two
The Trauma Resiliency Model, Level Two training explores the concept of resiliency and how to restore balance to the body and the mind after experiencing traumatic or stressful events. Level Two training reviews the skills from Level 1 training and discusses in greater depth working with trauma reprocessing with the survival responses and how attachment theories are applied to TRM. Implicit memories are explored in greater detail using the SENSIMAP. In addition, the expressive arts will be integrated into the training to demonstrate expanded ways to utilize TRM skills. TRM Level One Training is a pre-requisite for taking TRM Level Two.
- Describe three or more ways attachment theory relate to the Trauma Resiliency Model.
- Describe the sensory portals with SENSIMAP.
- Practice the nine skills of the Trauma Resiliency Model.
- Describe the orienting response and its importance to treating trauma.
- Integrate the expressive arts including using art with TRM skills.
- Describe the Community Resiliency Model.
- Recognize the survival responses to trauma.
- Describe the survival response of “Tend and Befriend” and its importance.
- Name one or more ways to restore the survival response.
- Describe one or more ways to work with dissociative parts with the TRM skills.
- Discuss the concepts of the Polyvagal theory.
- Describe the four phases of the “Survival Response Continuum.”