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"Teresa Descilo’s TIR workshop is a truly valuable professional learning experience. This is one of those all-too-rare workshops that goes beyond concepts and theory to provide concrete instruction and practice in applied intervention skills. I strongly recommend it for any practitioner who works with clients with post-traumatic stress disorder.”

Steven N. Gold, Ph.D.
Professor, Center for Psychological Studies
Director, Trauma Resolution Integration Program
Nova Southeastern Universit
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Traumatic Incident Reduction
This workshop will teach you:

  • Some of the latest research concerning the psychobiology of trauma
  • Effective coping tools for traumatized client
  • Traumatic Incident Reduction

The workshop provides valuable tools for all clinicians, as we are all confronted with clients who suffer from unresolved trauma. Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR), is rapidly becoming the treatment method of choice for those therapists who work with traumatized clients. Research indicates that the results clients experience from TIR are long-lasting.

LEARN THE TREATMENT APPROACH THAT IS DEFINING THE FIELD OF TRAUMATOLOGY

  • Some Of The Latest Research Concerning The Psychobiology Of Trauma
  • The Treatment Implications Of This Research
  • Effective Coping Tools For Traumatized Clients
  • Traumatic Incident Reduction

The workshop provides valuable tools for all clinicians, as we are all confronted with clients who suffer from unresolved trauma. Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR), is rapidly becoming the treatment method of choice for those therapists who work with traumatized clients. Research indicates that the results clients experience from TIR are long lasting.

The Importance of Trauma-Informed Care

  • How Trauma Impacts Us All
  • Shifting to a TIC Model of Care
  • Basics on Creating Safety for Traumatized Human Beings
    This presentation/training includes the prevalence of trauma, psychobiology of trauma, and the basics of creating a positive culture of care.

    Time: 3 hours
    Cost: $45 per person, plus expenses
    Who should have this training: All those who work in an organization that serves traumatized human beings

    Skills for Creating Safety and a Positive Culture of Care

    This training is mostly experiential. Participants will learn the skill-set needed to create safety and a positive experience and environment for traumatized people.

    Time: 7 hours
    Cost: $110 per person – plus expenses outside of Miami
    Who should have this training: All those who have direct contact with traumatized people

    Self-Care, Building Resiliency and Detached Compassion

    This workshop teaches the importance of self-case, provides tools for building resilience and provides an experiential of detached compassion.

    Time: 3 hours to one day
    Cost: Email Teresa to tailor a program for your agency’s needs
    Who Should have this training: Anyone who has contact with traumatized human beings

    Train the Trainer

    This training is for the person in your organization who is a proven trainer, already has a self-care routine and is a committed employee. During this training, participants will experience and then learn many tools to share with employees that will help in reducing stress and building resiliency.

    Time: 3 days
    Cost: $375

    Speaking Engagements- Keynotes/Presentations- to suit your program

    As one of the nation’s leading traumatologists and founder of the highly successful Trauma Resolution Center in Miami, Teresa Descilo, MSW, MCT has spoken to hundreds of groups, large and small, nationally and internally, on the Importance of Trauma Informed Care, If It Works In Miami…a Model Trauma-Specific Community Mental Health Center, Traumatic Incident Reduction, Building Resiliency and Understanding of the Impact of Trauma. An engaging, passionate, knowledgeable speaker and advocate, Teresa can bring excitement and direction to your conference or symposium inspiring participants and sharing real hope that healing is achievable. There is life after trauma. You and your organization can be agents for change. Contact Teresa to discuss her participation in your event. 


    CONTINUING EDUCATION

    The TIR workshop provides 21 CEUs.
    The CEUs are provided through The Trauma Resolution Center for Marriage and Family Therapists, Clinical Social Workers, and Mental Heath Counselors. Participants in all specialties will be provided with documentation for use in securing CE credits for their perspective licensure boards and/or professional associations. The Trauma Resolution Center is approved as a provider of continuing education by Florida's Department of Professional Regulation and maintains responsibility for the program. Fl. Board of MFT, MHC, & CSW: CEP#50-2119 -Exp. 3/31/13.
    The TRC is a licensed training site for the Green Cross Academy of Traumatology and training counts toward certification.

    APA:
    This program is co-sponsored by Applied Metapsychology International (AMI) and The Trauma Resolution Center. AMI is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. AMI maintains responsibility for the program and its contents.

    NASW: 
    This program was approved by the National Association of Social Workers (provider # 886415259) for 28 continuing education contact hours.

    NAADAC: 
    The TIR Workshop is approved for 28 NAADAC CEU's (provider#860.)

    For information on course outline, additional course policies, how to get a grievance heard, approval information by jurisdiction for social workers, target audiences, social work practice categories, explanation of when and how certificates will be issued (workshop attendance certificates, continuing education certificates, and certification/accreditation after completion of an internship), go to www.TIR.org






  • "Let people tell their story, tell of their pain.
    And let others listen.
    We discovered that in telling,
    that people begin to experience a healing."


    --Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 2000.