What you will learn on the Webinar

  • Overview of NARM’s theoretical and clinical approach to developmental trauma

  • NARM’s roots in the fields of somatic psychology, psychodynamic psychology, and interpersonal neurobiology

  • The pitfalls of working with all forms of trauma without recognizing the complex developmental themes running in the background

  •  

    The distinction between shock and developmental trauma

     
  • NARM’s 5 early adaptive survival styles, their corresponding identity distortions, & how they affect adult life

  • Integrating a bottom-up (body-based) and top-down (cognitive or identity-based) therapeutic approach

Plus...

 

 

Experiential exercises on

each of the five adaptive survival styles

 

Downloadable version of graphics

that you can keep for your own learning

 

And...

 

Attendees get a $50 discount on any future Practitioner Training Event that begins in 2019-2020*

 

 

Attendees get a $100 discount off our Inner Circle Online Program**

 

*You will receive coupon codes by email after attending the event. Must use coupon code to receive discount. **Inner Circle $100 discount applicable to Annual Membership only. 

What you will learn on the Webinar

  • Overview of NARM’s theoretical and clinical approach to developmental trauma

  • NARM’s roots in the fields of somatic psychology, psychodynamic psychology, and interpersonal neurobiology

  • The pitfalls of working with all forms of trauma without recognizing the complex developmental themes running in the background

  •  

    The distinction between shock and developmental trauma

     
  • NARM’s 5 early adaptive survival styles, their corresponding identity distortions, & how they affect adult life

  • Integrating a bottom-up (body-based) and top-down (cognitive or identity-based) therapeutic approach

Plus...

 

 

Experiential exercises on

each of the five adaptive survival styles

 

Downloadable version of graphics

that you can keep for your own learning

 

NARM Webinar Presenters 

 

 

Stefanie Klein
NARM Faculty

Stefanie Klein is a LCSW, SEP, NMT has spent 22 years in her Los Angeles private practice specializing in treating adults with trauma and anxiety disorders. For the past decade, she has had the distinct privilege of being mentored by Dr. Laurence Heller. Stefanie has been honored to assist Dr. Heller in all of his US NARM practitioner trainings and has found NARM to be an extremely effective model for working with attachment, relational, and developmental trauma.