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Comprehensive Resource Model

The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) is a neuro-biologically based trauma treatment model which facilitates targeting of traumatic experiences by bridging the most primitive aspects of the person and their brain, to their purest, healthiest part of the self.

This bridge catalyzes the mind and body to access all forms of emotional trauma and stress by utilizing layers of internal resources such as attachment neurobiology, breathwork skills, somatic resources, our connection to the natural world, toning and sacred geometry, and one's relationship with self, our intuition, and higher consciousness.

The sequencing and combination of these resources, and the eye positions that anchor them, provide the opportunity for fear responses to be cleared thoroughly while the client is fully aware and present moment to moment.

CRM allows individuals to effectively orient fully towards the most frightening material, uniquely accessing and clearing the origin of the split second moments of intolerable affect that result in defense responses which lead to life-interfering symptoms, addictions, and disconnection from self and others. The potential for clearing neurobiological debris from the nervous system clears the way for positive neuro-plasticity and personal expansion whether that is seen as spiritual or otherwise, and which is separate from one's history of pain and woundedness.

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CRM® Basic Training

This 4-day training is a pre-requisite for all other CRM® training phases.  Training days will run from 9:00 am till 6:00 pm except for the first day which will start at 8:30 am for registration check-in.

There will be morning and afternoon breaks of 15 minutes each, and a lunch break of an hour.

CRM® Trainings are intended exclusively for professionals who are trained, licensed mental health professionals (i.e. social workers, counselors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, Community Psychiatric Nurses, etc. – All levels for this content).  By signing up for the training, you will confirm that this is applicable to you.  If you are a student in a mental health program who is interested in attending please contact us directly.

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CRM® Case Conceptualization and Treatment of Severe Dissociative Disorders

This 4-day training has a pre-requisite of completion of a CRM® Basic Training.  Training days will run from 9:00 am till 6:00 pm except for the first day which will start at 8:30 am for registration check-in.

There will be morning and afternoon breaks of 15 minutes each, and a lunch break of an hour and a half.

CRM® Trainings are intended exclusively for professionals who are trained, licensed mental health professionals (i.e. counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, Community Psychiatric Nurses, etc.). By signing up for the training, you will confirm that this is applicable to you.  If you are a student in a mental health program who is interested in attending please contact us directly.

Workshop

CRM® Basic Training

This 4-day training is a pre-requisite for all other CRM® training phases.  Training days will run from 9:00 am till 6:00 pm except for the first day which will start at 8:30 am for registration check-in.

There will be morning and afternoon breaks of 15 minutes each, and a lunch break of an hour and a half.

CRM® Trainings are intended exclusively for professionals who are trained, licensed mental health professionals (i.e. counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, Community Psychiatric Nurses, etc.). By signing up for the training, you will confirm that this is applicable to you.  If you are a student in a mental health program who is interested in attending please contact us directly.

Workshop

CRM® Basic Training

This 4-day training is a pre-requisite for all other CRM® training phases.  Training days will run from 9:00 am till 6:00 pm except for the first day which will start at 8:30 am for registration check-in.

There will be morning and afternoon breaks of 15 minutes each, and a lunch break of an hour and a half.

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Advanced CRM® Core Self

This 4-day advanced training requires a pre-requisite of CRM® Basic Training.

The focus of this training is teaching therapists and consequently their clients how to access, identify, and remember their Core Self, true authentic self, or spiritual essence and correlate it to the eye position that anchors this essence in the physical, somatic body. It is an effective and comprehensive combination of neurophysiology and spirituality that is quick and easy. This resource can then be utilized in several ways:

  • To expand, enhance, and embody the Core Self and therefore remember who we REALLY are, to re-connect to our internal divine nature and embody that state of Being in day to day life, work, and relationships.
  • For use as a neurophysiological and spiritual anchor from which to process In-Utero/Pre-natal trauma, dissociation, attachment disruption, and somatic dissociation
  • To process traumatic experiences, survival terror, attachment disruption, pre-verbal dissociation, and the “little t and BIG T” Truths of our Life

This training also provides an introduction to generational healing and will challenge you as a therapist. It will necessitate intuition and creativity, and requires willingness to work to embody your own Core Self consistently.

Workshop

CRM® Basic Training

This 4-day training is a pre-requisite for all other CRM® training phases.  Training days will run from 9:00 am till 6:00 pm except for the first day which will start at 8:30 am for registration check-in.

There will be morning and afternoon breaks of 15 minutes each, and a lunch break of an hour and a half.

CRM® will not be directly taking registrations for this training. Registration will be available in early 2019 via http://www.semeventus.de/. If you are interested in attending please save these dates on your calendar.

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(West Sussex) CRM Basic Training

This 4 day workshop is for psychotherapists, counsellors, therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists. Delegates are required to have an accredited mental health qualification. Refreshments and lunch are provided, please notify us of any allergies.

CRM was originally developed for use with those individuals who experience the challenges of Complex PTSD, severe Dissociative Disorders, and Attachment Disorders, however most psychiatric diagnoses are effectively addressed through the use of this model. The question is not “Can I use this with x, y, z diagnosis?” but rather “How do I use CRM with any diagnosis”.  Military veterans and their families find this modality to be particularly effective in healing the deep wounds caused by war. Performance enhancement goals for sports, expressive arts, public speaking or any type of performance needs in any age group are most often effectively reached.

CRM works well with children as young as 4 years old as well as adolescents, adults and couples.  Group therapy benefits from creative use of various aspects of the model in inpatient, partial hospital and outpatient group settings.

- Learn how to use an internally sourced, neurobiological resource scaffold from which to process attachment disruption and traumatic experiences.

- The CRM conceptualization of the neurobiology of trauma and healing.

- How to customize home-based practice for the maintenance of therapeutic gain.

 

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