NARM is a Model Specifically Designed for

Addressing Complex Trauma, Including

Attachment, Relational & Developmental Trauma 

As a Clinician,

The NARM Online Membership Program

is Designed Specifically for YOU 

  • NARM is a Model specifically designed for those working with complex trauma

  •  The NARM principles are an enhancement to what you already do well in your practice.  

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  • Learning NARM principles allows you to keep up with the rapid changes in the Mental Health Profession 

  • NARM Principles will assist you to revolutionize your practice & support your clients in addressing Adverse Child Experiences (ACEs) and Complex Trauma (CPTSD)  

  • You get FULL access to ALL the resources that are available to our Regular Members

  • We are confident that you will see the value of these resources to enhance your current practice.

  • Register today and get your 14-Day Free Trial of The NARM Inner Circle Online Membership Program, No Credit Card Required!

Why Join the NARM Inner Circle

Online Membership Program?

 

NARM is a vanguard approach in the trauma-informed treatment movement.The NARM model is a powerful, cutting-edge approach to addressing adverse childhood experiences and its long-term consequences, as highlighted in the ACEs study. This approach was introduced in the influential book by NARM founder Dr. Laurence Heller, "Healing Developmental Trauma: How Early Trauma Affects Self-Regulation, Self-Image and the Capacity for Relationship".

 

The Online Membership program is an exciting opportunity to learn online how to work more effectively with attachment, relational and developmental trauma - and to support resiliency, intimacy and growth.

 

We are excited to share with you core principles and skills of the NeuroAffective Relational Model. We will be providing learning opportunities in a rich variety of formats, archived in a private member area for three months.

 

You'll have access to monthly material for three months and can review material during this time in order to facilitate your understanding. We look forward to you connecting with us in this innovative program that allows our members to move forward together!

 

The NARM Training Institute invites you to join us in our Inner Circle Membership Community.

NARM is a Model Specifically Designed for Addressing

Complex Trauma, Including Attachment,  Relational and Developmental Trauma 

Thanks to Oprah Winfrey, the world

was introduced to the concept of Developmental Trauma 

(on CBS 60 Minutes).

 

Oprah calls this a “game changer”. 

 

As she writes: 

 

 “This is one of the most life changing stories I’ve ever done. I hope it starts a Revolution in helping people.”

The NARM Training Institute invites you to join us in our Inner Circle Membership Community.

 

We are excited to share with you core principles and skills of the NeuroAffective Relational Model. We will be providing l

 

This is an exciting opportunity to learn online how to work more effectively with attachment, relational and developmental trauma - and to support resiliency, intimacy and growth.

 

We will be providing learning opportunities in a rich variety of formats, all archived in a private member area. This allows you to proceed at your own pace and review material whenever you want in order to facilitate understanding. 

 

We look forward to you connecting with us in this innovative program that allows our members to move forward together!

Here's What is Included in 

the NARM Inner Circle 

Online Membership Program

TOTAL VALUE OF $3650

 

Bonus #1 - Introduction to NARM 

Video and Audio

Value $35

Bonus #2 - ​4 Pillars Video Plus E-book 

Value $75

 

Bonus #3 - Where Therapists

Get Stuck Webinar

Value $50

Here's What is Included in 

the NARM Inner Circle 

Online Membership Program

Learning NARM principles Allows you to Keep up with the Massive Changes in the Mental Health Profession

"The last game changer in the mental health profession happened in 1980 when PTSD was added to the DSM-III

 

Now, some 35 years later, developmental trauma has become the new game-changer.

 

There are many parallels between the game-changing events of 1980 and what is happening now in the mental health profession. One of these parallels is that mental health practitioners aren't aware of developmental trauma as a clinical issue nor the game-change events it has set in motion."

 

Barry and Janae Weinhold

  • NARM is a cutting-edge model for addressing attachment, relational and developmental trauma, by working with the attachment patterns that cause life-long psychobiological symptoms and inter-personal difficulties.

     

    These early, unconscious patterns of disconnection deeply affect our identity, emotions, physiology, behavior and relationships. Learning how to work simultanesously with these diverse elements is a radical shift that has profound clinical implications for healing complex trauma.

     

    This developmentaly-oriented, neuroscientifically-informed model, is positioned to become an invaluable treatment option for the Trauma-Informed Care movement.

     

    NARM is a mindfulness-based clinical treatment, as its method is grounded in a phenomenological approach to addressing identity and consciousness of self. Seen in this way, healing complex trauma is a vehicle for transformation on a personal and collective level. 

NARM is a Model Specifically Designed for Those Working with Complex Trauma

World Health Organization (WHO) 

has just released the newest 

version of the ICD-11. In it is

the first official diagnosis of:

 

“C-PTSD”: Complex

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

 

This new disorder is characterized

by the core symptoms of PTSD,

in addition to:

 

1. Severe and pervasive problems in affect regulation;

 

2. Persistent beliefs about oneself as diminished, defeated or worthless, accompanied by deep and pervasive feelings of shame, guilt or failure related to their trauma 

 

3. Persistent difficulties in sustaining relationships and in feeling close to others. 

Meet Your NARM Trainers 

 Dr. Laurence Heller

Founder of the NeuroAffective

Relational Model (NARM)

 

Dr. Laurence Heller is the creator of the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM), Senior Faculty member, International Trainer, and co-author of "Healing Developmental Trauma: How Early Trauma Affects Self-Regulation, Self-Image and the Capacity for Relationship" and "Crash Course: A Self-Healing Guide to Auto Accident Trauma and Recovery"

 

Brad Kammer, LMFT, LPCC

NARM Faculty Trainer,

NARM Training Director

 

Brad is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor.

Brad is a NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model) Master Therapist, Consultant, and Faculty Trainer, who teaches NARM and works with complex trauma internationally. 

Stefanie Klein, LCSW

NARM Faculty Trainer,

NARM Assistant Training Director

 

Stephanie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, NARM Master Therapist, consultant, and faculty member. She has spent 22 years in her Los Angeles private practice specializing in treating adults with trauma and anxiety disorders.

NARM is a Model Specifically Designed

for Those Working with Complex Trauma

World Health Organization (WHO) has just released the newest 

version of the ICD-11. In it is the first official diagnosis of:

 

“C-PTSD”: Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

This new disorder is characterized by the 

core symptoms of PTSD, in addition to:

 

1. Severe and pervasive problems in affect regulation;

 

2. Persistent beliefs about oneself as diminished, defeated or worthless, accompanied by deep and pervasive feelings of shame, guilt or failure related to their trauma 

 

3. Persistent difficulties in sustaining relationships and in feeling close to others. 

Learning NARM Principles Allows you to Keep up with the Massive Changes in the Mental Health Profession​ 

"The last game changer in the mental health profession happened in 1980 when PTSD was added to the DSM-III

 

Now, some 35 years later, developmental trauma has become the new game-changer.

 

There are many parallels between the game-changing events of 1980 and what is happening now in the mental health profession. One of these parallels is that mental health practitioners aren't aware of developmental trauma as a clinical issue nor the game-change events it has set in motion."

 

--Barry and Janae Weinhold

Summary of What is Included in the NARM Inner Circle Online Membership Program

  • 1 Demo Video/Month (Value $900): Each month one video Demo Session will be released. This will be accompanied by "Clinically Annotated Transcripts". The Monthly Demo Session will also be made available in a downloadable Audio format.

  • 1 Live Call/Month with Q & A (Value $900): Each month one of our Senior Faculty members: NARM Founder Dr. Heller, NARM Faculty and Training Director Brad Kammer and NARM Faculty and Assistant Training Director, Stephanie Klein will host a live call and Q & A. We will deconstruct the NARM Demo Session video and detail how we are applying NARM in the clinical process. 

  • 1 Live Topic Webinar/Month (Value $1200): We will facilitate one live webinar per month on a specific topic. The recordings and transcript will be archived in the member area for those that cannot attend live and those that wish to re-listen to the teaching. 

  • 1 E-book (Value $50): Included with your membership is a downloadable copy of our powerful book, "The NARM Model for Working with Affect: Using Emotion to Transform Identity"

  • Access to NARM Inner Circle discussion forum (Value $300): We will be hosting a discussion forum for participants to interact, ask questions, share resources, and get direct input from NARM trainers. We look forward to you connecting with us in this innovative program that allows our members to move forward together!

  • Member Archive (Value $300): All material will be archived in the membership area. Selected material (Audios and Transcripts) will be available for download.

Summary of What is Included in the NARM Inner Circle Online Membership Program

  • 1 Demo Video/Month (Value $900): Each month one video Demo Session will be released. This will be accompanied by "Clinically Annotated Transcripts". The Monthly Demo Session will also be made available in a downloadable Audio format.

  • 1 Live Call/Month with Q & A (Value $900): Each month one of our Senior Faculty members: NARM Founder Dr. Heller, NARM Faculty and Training Director Brad Kammer and NARM Faculty and Assistant Training Director, Stephanie Klein will host a live call and Q & A. We will deconstruct the NARM Demo Session video and detail how we are applying NARM in the clinical process. 

  • 1 Live Topic Webinar/Month (Value $1200): We will facilitate one live webinar per month on a specific topic. The recordings and transcript will be archived in the member area for those that cannot attend live and those that wish to re-listen to the teaching. 

  • 1 E-book (Value $50): Included with your membership is a downloadable copy of our powerful book, "The NARM Model for Working with Affect: Using Emotion to Transform Identity"

  • Access to NARM Inner Circle discussion forum (Value $300): We will be hosting a discussion forum for participants to interact, ask questions, share resources, and get direct input from NARM trainers. We look forward to you connecting with us in this innovative program that allows our members to move forward together!

  • Member Archive (Value $300): Monthly material will be archived in the membership area for 3 months. Selected material (Audios and Transcripts) will be available for download.

What Professionals are Saying About NARM

"Laurence Heller’s NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is among the very best trainings I have encountered.

 

NARM is both an integrative and comprehensive approach... the material is presented in a way that is digestible and immediately applicable in clinical practice.

 

I found it particularly useful that NARM is presented as a set of principles, rather than a set of protocols to be memorized. This empowers students to trust their own creativity and clinical intuition while significantly expanding their conceptual framework and skills. 

 

Perhaps most valuable (and moving) to me is the deep respect NARM has for clients’ own capacity to heal, which is inherent in the model.

This training has contributed enormously to my personal and professional development."

-- Jamal G, Ph.D. LMFT

This NARM process is so powerful. Having this NARM process allows me to continue to work after 40 years when almost all my peers have burned-out or retired. Even though I am nearing the end of my career and definitely wish I had these tools 30 years ago, my clients continue to benefit greatly from my learning.They will even tell you that they love for me to go to trainings and how what I am able to offer is so different than what they have ever experienced in treatment before. 

 

Even unsophisticated clients who know nothing about NARM, love the process and love to come back “to see what else emerges” from the process. Most come in and indicate that change is “going to take a long time”. They are mystified by how quickly a shift can occur and how permanent it tends to be. I usually consider myself to have great appreciation for the healing process, holding sacred space, and people’s ability to blossom when they get their needs addressed, but these shifts with NARM blew me away. A good part of traditional counseling methods would have given up on some of my clients, labeled them with more diagnoses, and had them heavily medicated. 

 

I look forward to seeing what can become possible as people tap into their own inner strengths and processes. It is so affirming at so many levels it is even hard to put into words.

-- Karen T, LPC 

"Attending the NARM training was one of the best personal and professional decisions I have ever made.

 

In my opinion NARM provides the missing piece for the trauma practitioner’s toolbox, enabling us to skillfully support people in navigating the complexities of developmental trauma by marrying the cognitive and the somatic and thereby acknowledging each client as a whole, fully empowered adult.

 

I find myself enjoying my work in private practice more than ever as I witness my clients come alive while they deconstruct lifelong patterns which recede into the past as they experience a new level of presence and agency in the here and now."

​--Suzie G, MA 

 

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