Level 3&4 NARM Group Case Consultations

with Brad Kammer and Dr. Laurence Heller

The intention of NARM Level 3&4 Group Consultations is to support NARM Students, who are enrolled or have completed Level 3 NARM Master Training or Level 4 NARM Post-Masters Training, in integration and mastery of NARM. As NARM advanced students, you will be invited to present a case, ask questions or engage with comments. The Group Consult Provider will use your clinical cases to facilitate reflection and exploration into how NARM students can continue applying NARM into their work and with their most complex cases. Additionally, you are welcome to share any NARM-related questions that supports continued learning of NARM. There is no requirement to bring a clinical case - for those that wish to only listen, or engage by asking questions and sharing reflections, you are welcome to participate in whatever way works best for you.


These groups are such a valuable way to continue deepening into your advanced training in NARM.  We look forward to you joining us for ongoing exploration and continued refinement of the NARM model, and ongoing connection as a NARM community.


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Group Consultation Details & Directions

How to Share a Case

Each participant will have approximately 15-30 minutes for presenting their case, questions and discussion with us and the group.  Please note: some may go longer or shorter depending on the teaching needs.


The process of sharing a Client/Case will follow this flow:


1.Briefly share some background information on your client/case to give us context (please use only 1-2 minutes) Due to time constraints, we will stop you if you take much longer than 1-2 min. Once we begin discussing the client/case, there will be opportunity for adding more background information.
2. What is this client(s) wanting out of the work with you (“contract”)?

3. Briefly share with us what you’ve been doing thus far with this client - how this has worked, and where do you feel stuck

4. We ask that you formulate what specific questions or support you’d like with this case – in other words, how can I help you with this client/case?


When you are not presenting, you are welcome to type in any questions or comments you may have into the chat. If you would like to speak directly to the provider and the presenting participant, you may type into the chat box “[Your name] would like to speak.” We can’t guarantee we will have time to get into discussion, but we will do our best to have you all interact as much as possible.

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Thank you for participating! It is exciting to be using this online format to connect with NARM students and practitioners from all around the world. It’s a great opportunity for us to share our work, support one another, and deepen our learning and skill with NARM.

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