Date(s) - Tuesday, May 15, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Introduction to NARM™ ONLINE WEBINAR
with Brad Kammer, LMFT, LPCC
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
2 pm – 4 pm PST (west-coast); 5 pm – 7 pm EST (east-coast)
The NeuroAffective Relational Model™ (NARM™) is a powerful theoretical and clinical model for navigating the complexities of relational, developmental, and attachment trauma. NARM™ is an integrative approach that offers a coherent model for working with complex trauma, and works with the link between psychological issues and the body. It is a both a psychodynamic and nervous system/somatically-based approach designed to help build clients’ capacity for self-regulation and interpersonal connection.
If you are interested in deeper studying of NARM, or being trained as a NARM Practitioner, this will be a great opportunity to get more information about the NARM Practitioner Trainings being offered around North America. The following NARM™ trainings are still open for enrollment: Durham, North Carolina; Austin, Texas; Mayer, Arizona; Big Island, Hawaii; and Berkeley, California (click on the respective city for more information about each specific training.) More trainings are coming to other areas of North America over the next few years! For more about European NARM Trainings: drlaurenceheller.com
NARM™ Introductory Online Webinar
Brad Kammer is an international practitioner and trainer in somatic psychotherapy. A psychotherapist, NARM Practitioner and Somatic Experiencing practitioner with a private practice in northern California, Brad has trained and taught with Dr. Laurence Heller and is deeply steeped in in the fields of somatic psychology and interpersonal neurobiology.
This 2-hr online webinar will offer an overview of developmental trauma from a NARM™ perspective. Understanding and being able to work with developmental dynamics is critical for helping our clients in their healing process. We will look at how clients’ life experiences present themselves in the context of a complex, psychobiologically-driven relational framework that is often largely unconscious. This framework, laid down by our early attachment experiences, shapes our development, who we are in the world (our self), and how we relate to others. When clients are having difficulty shifting out of patterns of dysregulation, these implicit dynamics are at play and must be addressed. The NARM approach weaves together a somatic or body-based (bottom-up) process while simultaneously working with clients’ identity and relational dynamics (top-down).
- Overview of NARM’s theoretical and clinical approach to developmental trauma
- Lecture and experiential exercises on each of the five adaptive survival styles
- Video demonstrations of Dr. Laurence Heller using the NARM™ approach
- Orientation to the 2-year NARM Practitioner Training Program
- Q&As and Discussion
NARM™ is open to licensed therapists and somatic practitioners interested in working with developmental trauma.
Logistics: Several days before the webinar, you will receive an email with information about how to access this webinar through Zoom. This webinar will be recorded and a recording will be sent to you shortly after the webinar is completed. You will also receive a copy of the handouts that will be used. If you have any further questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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*** NARM Training Discount: By attending this Intro workshop, you are eligible for a $35 discount when you complete the first NARM module in 2018 – for more information, contact the local NARM Coordinator in the city you are interested in attending the training.