Level 1 NARM Group Case Consultations

with Brad Kammer, Stefanie Klein, and Marcia Black

Level 1 NARM Group Consultations are available to NARM Training participants who are enrolled or have completed Level 1 Online NARM Basics Training. These online consultations are a learning opportunity to support integration of the NARM principles that participants learn in the Online NARM Basics Training.  This can include reviewing, reflecting on, and raising questions about the content or experiential exercises from the Level 1 training modules. Participants may also want to use a client/case to reflect on formulations about how a NARM-informed approach can support and enhance their work with complex trauma. Participants are not required to share a question or case in order to attend the group case consult. Observing and listening to other students’ questions also greatly supports integration of NARM. 

These groups are such a valuable way to stay connected to the NARM community. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at: admin@narmtraining.com

Refund, Transfer, & Cancellation Policy

If you cannot attend or wish to transfer your registration to a future Group Consultation, participants must contact admin@narmtraining.com at least five (5) days prior to the scheduled Group Consult for which they have registered in order to be eligible for a refund or registration transfer. If you do not attend the Group Consult for which you are registered, there will be no recording available and fees are non-refundable. If the NARM Training Institute cancels a Group Consult for any reason, participants will be refunded in full for the amount that they paid for the cancelled Group Consult.

Group Consultation Details & Directions

How to Share a Case

NARM Consultation Logs

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.