CE Information for Level 1 NARM Online Basics Training
Spring 2024 Cohort
CE Accreditation Information
Counseling: Level 1 NARM Online Basics Training has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. NARM Training Institute, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-4414.
CE Provider Contact Information: The NARM Training Institute may be reached by phone at 1-707-621-8945; by email at email@example.com; by mail at PO Box 388, Ukiah, CA 95482; or more information may be found on our website at www.narmtraining.com.
Skill Level: Beginner/Introductory
Instruction Methodology: Didactic and theoretical learning to include lecture; question/answer periods; experiential learning (i.e. self-reflection exercises); discussion of pre-recorded demonstrations and vignettes; deconstruction of live NARM demonstration sessions; and small group learning integration times.
No Ethics Hours or Academic Credit: This training offers no ethics-related CE hours. This training offers no academic credit, and CE hours awarded are not eligible toward the fulfillment of a degree.
Program Registration Requirements
Application to this training is open to mental health professionals and other allied helping professionals, as well as those in training programs in these fields.
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Program Content Description
The NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) provides a trauma-informed framework for understanding the developmental disruptions caused by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and other forms of complex trauma (C-PTSD). The content of the NARM Online Basics Training, as a whole, provides an overview of this NARM framework, which includes a presentation on 5 developmental stages and the childhood adaptive strategies associated at each stage.
In the first module, the training will focus on the place of the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) in the trauma-informed movement, including the current perspectives on ACEs and C-PTSD, the adaptive survival styles and the NARM 4 Pillars, and will present a framework for understanding the nature of developmental trauma. The second module focuses on the roles of helplessness and unmanaged empathy in the mental health professional and other allied helping professionals that can lead to professional burnout, as well as offers a deeper look into NARM Pillars #1 and #2. In the third module, disrupted emotions associated with early trauma and ways to identify the psychological, behavioral, and relational symptoms associated with disrupted emotional development will be highlighted; Pillars #3 and #4 will also be expounded upon in the third module. In the fourth module, other forms of complex trauma–including cultural and intergenerational trauma, attachment and adverse childhood experiences on child development–will be highlighted, as well as a greater understanding of the NARM principles for identifying and supporting post-traumatic growth and increased resiliency.
Learning Objectives for Module 1
Learning Objectives for Module 2
Learning Objectives for Module 3
Learning Objectives for Module 4