The NARM Training Institute presents,
NARM & Bodywork: Applying NARM for a More Effective and Trauma-Informed Bodywork Practice
NARM Practitioner Mark Olson, Ph.D., LMT
hosted by NARM Training Director and Senior Faculty Brad Kammer, LMFT, LPCC
This webinar explores how the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) offers a framework and key insights for a bodywork practice. We’ll examine how each of the NARM pillars represent good practices in all bodywork settings, not just trauma-informed ones, and we’ll also unravel subtle and pervasive misconceptions in culture about what trauma, healing, and trauma-informed bodywork are. Lastly, we’ll explore specific insights from NARM that are applicable in a trauma-informed bodywork practice, including how bodywork can push clients into their core dilemmas and how NARM’s insights into primary and default emotions are essential contributions to a more sophisticated neuro-centric understanding of posture.
This webinar is pre-recorded, and the slides, a video recording, and a transcript are available for one year upon purchase.
NARM and Bodywork: Applying NARM for a More Effective and Trauma-Informed Bodywork Practice
Includes one-year of replay video access,
downloadable audio, slides and webinar transcript.
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