The NeuroAffective Relational Model™ (NARM)
In recent years the role of self-regulation has become an important part of psychological thinking.
The NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) brings the current understanding of self-regulation into clinical practice. This resource-oriented, non-regressive model emphasizes helping clients establish connection to the parts of self that are organized, coherent and functional. It helps bring into awareness and organization the parts of self that are disorganized and dysfunctional without making the regressed, dysfunctional elements the primary theme of the therapy.
In a training in 4 modules over a period of two years, Larry Heller focuses on the fundamental tasks and functional unity of biological and psychological development.
In the NARM approach, we work simultaneously with the physiology and the psychology of individuals who have experienced developmental trauma, and focus on the interplay between issues of identity and the capacity for connection and regulation.
NARM uses four primary organizing principles: Supporting connection and organization, Exploring identity, Working in present time and Regulating the nervous system.
Larry Heller and Aline Lapierre published the book Healing Developmental Trauma, about the NARM method.
Date: March 4-8, 2017, September 28-October 2, 2017, March 14-18, 2018, September 11-15, 2018.
Costs: € 750 for each 5 day module, excl. food, lodging, individual sessions and supervision. Discount: 5% if you pay 2 modules at once; 10% if you pay 4 modules at once.
Trainer: Larry Heller
Location: Conference center Mennorode, Elspeet