What is the Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® training?

Developed by the co-founder of the institute, Elaine Miller-Karas, TRI’s CRM®️ teaches us how to track (“read”) our nervous system and soothe it using a set of six wellness skills, bringing it back into balance. This helps us restore our resiliency (at individual and collective levels), and over time, increase it. In turn, that allows us to handle greater challenges (over time) without feeling overwhelmed.

What is the Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® training?

Developed by the co-founder of the institute, Elaine Miller-Karas, TRI’s CRM®️ teaches us how to track (“read”) our nervous system and soothe it using a set of six wellness skills, bringing it back into balance. This helps us restore our resiliency (at individual and collective levels), and over time, increase it. In turn, that allows us to handle greater challenges (over time) without feeling overwhelmed.

Learn Self-Regulation with the CRM® Model

The Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® trains community members to not only help themselves, but to help others within their wider social network. The primary focus of CRM is to educate individuals about the biology and neurophysiology of trauma, stress and resilience as well as teach simple biologically-based wellness skills, which can help reset and stabilise the nervous system. Through CRM, individuals learn to read sensations connected to their own well-being, which TRI calls the “Resilient Zone”. CRM’s goal is to help to create “trauma-informed” and “resiliency-informed and -focused” communities that share a common understanding of the impact of trauma and chronic stress on the nervous system and how resiliency can be restored or increased using this skills-based approach.

Through cutting edge brain science, we come to understand that our responses to stress and trauma have their roots in biology/science, as part of our elegant wired-for-survival human design. We also understand how to calm and soothe ourselves through incorporation of the six wellness skills. These skills will help you learn how to calm down when you are upset so you can engage the challenges you face from the best part of yourself. Learning to read our bodies’ signals when we are in different “zones” can begin to help us understand the different ways we respond to stressful situations.

What will we cover in this training?

Eligibility

Sruthi Suresh, India

The CRM training has enabled me to understand and recognize trauma responses. It has also provided me with simple and practical techniques to regulate such responses effectively. I find this learning both personally and professionally useful and have started practicing these techniques on a regular basis.

Dr. Farrukh Zahur Ahmed Trust, Pakistan

It has been a wonderful journey with CRM. It has given me a tremendous amount of insights, resilience building with skills, which I will be using both personally and professionally, by educating my clients about the CRM and its skills; guiding people around me on what is resilient zone and how one can work towards its maintenance and expansion through modeling.

Monika Piasecka, Thailand

The training gave me a base on how to bring conversations around resilience and share the tools with students that I work with, but for myself and the people that I work with.  It gave me an understanding and ideas on how to design program/curriculum around resiliency.

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More About The Training Program:

This training is conducted over zoom for 12-14 hours.

All sessions will be conducted over Zoom, and will be facilitated by globally experienced trainers.

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