Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR):
Workshop Program Objectives

Comprehend the nature of restimulation and destimulation
Comprehend the mechanics of a conditioned response chain
Define the Traumatic Incident Network
Distinguish between primary and secondary traumatic incidents
Identify cases that are appropriate for resolution with Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR)
Describe the procedural logic of narrative and thematic TIR
State the session prerequisites for TIR; Assess client readiness for TIR
Define the roles of viewer and facilitator in TIR
Create a "safe space" for the client in which traumatic incidents can be reviewed to resolution
Be comfortably and unwaveringly "present" with the client, regardless of the content of the traumatic material
Correctly identify the proper end point of any TIR procedure
Employ TIR successfully in the rapid resolution of trauma-related conditions in both formal and informal settings.
Deliver TIR and Unblocking instructions smoothly and clearly
Handle the communication cycle and use acknowledgments to encourage or complete communication
Handle a variety of client concerns that may arise within a session so that TIR can be successfully completed

What is TIR? What is TIR? Workshop Schedule & Policies Workshop Schedule & Policies
Who can attend the TIR Workshop? Who can attend the TIR Workshop? Continuing Education Continuing Education
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