This 21-hour credit course was developed for all mental health professionals.
The RTM Protocol™ is a therapeutic intervention that dissociates a client from their traumatic memory and then reimages the visual format elements of the memory such as color, speed, direction, etc. In doing so, neurologically separates the memory from its traumatic feeling.
Registration can be completed on thertmprotocol.com website up to the day before Orientation. Click on the desired dates for training.
- Participant will articulate the framework and each step of the RTM Protocol™ and how each one works.
- Participant will be able to consistently help eliminate the feelings that accompanied their traumatic memories prior to RTM treatment in a thorough and lasting way.
- Participant will build and increase behavioral flexibility.
- Participant will be able to motivate clients to use the RTM Protocol™.
- Participant be aware of required paperwork to do a pre-screening and intake process with potential clients to determine if the RTM Protocol™ is the appropriate match for them.
- Participant will have a thorough grounding in the RTM Protocol™ , including diagnostic criteria and effective administration and behavioral evaluation of clinical success.
- Participant will develop visual and auditory acuity and calibration skills to reliably identify when a client is fully associated or is detached or disassociated, has shifted internal states, or is showing signs of sympathetic arousal, and be able to describe these shifts in a sensory-based way.
- Participant will know how to help clients regain their center if they become non-resourceful.
- Participant will know how to quickly build rapport with challenging clients to address their trauma issues. Participant will demonstrate confidence and competence in using the RTM Protocol™ once back on the job.
All qualifying mental health professionals (i.e., licensed through state board or working under an independently licensed supervisor, graduate students must be on a licensing track and working under the superision of a fully licensed mental health clincian.
Content Level: Advanced
Orientation: Two-hour Zoom
Pre-requisite: Required before Training Dates
|Day One:||Day Two:||Day Three:|
|Introduction 90-min||Intro. & Admin 90-min||Intro. & Review 90-min|
|What is RTM?||RTM DEMO||Challenges|
|Diagnosis:||Unpack Demo||Full Run #2 (as Client)|
|Applicability, PSSI||Break 15-min||Floating Break 15-min|
|Clinical Skills||Part I – Protocol 90-min||Full Run #2 (as Clinician)|
|Break 15-min||Lunch 45-min||90-min|
|Clinical Skills 90-min||Part II - Protocol 90-min||Q&A 90-min|
|Pre-Treatment||Break 15-min||Full Run #3 (as Client)|
|Break 15-min||Full Run #1 (as Client) 90-min||Floating Break 15-min|
|Pre-Treatment 90-min]||Floating Break 15-min||Full Run #3 (as Clinician) 90-min.|
|Visual Formats||Full Run #1 (as Clinician) 90-min||Review / Q&A|
|Daily Wrap-up||Daily Wrap-up||Break 15-min|
Continuing Education (CEs):
Participants who demonstrate a successful administration of the RTM Protocol™ will receive 21-hours of continuing education credit upon completion of the Orientation and 2.5 day live online training. Note: Participants must complete follow-up certification process to be able to use the protocol in their clinical practice.
The Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories Protocol™ has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. The Research and Recognition Project Inc. is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-3899.
The Research and Recognition Project, Inc. is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors. #MHC-0193.
We have applied for consideration of CE credits through ASWB ACE.
$1,999.00 per participant. Non-profit agencies may receive a $500.00 discount per participant.
Participants may register up to the Orientation date, May 28, 2022.
Refunds will not be given after Orientation. In the event, RandR cancels a training, participants will receive 100% of their registration fee.
The Research and Recognition Project reserves the right to cancel any training, up to five days before the start of any scheduled training if the training does not have enough participants. The RandR Project also reserves the right to cancel any training up to 24-hours before the first day of the scheduled training if something occurs beyond the Projects control (i.e., weather, natural disaster, sudden illness, or death or a relation to the trainer).
For questions, concerns, or to request special accommodations, please call: (855) 229-1428.
Robin C. Hampton, MS, LMHC
Director of Training
Robin is the owner of a private practice that provides mental health services, and is the Executive Director of a non-profit that provides supervision of misdemeanor probation services. She specializes in trauma, conflict resolution, family court mediation, parent coordination, and social investigations. She has recently taken on the role of Director of Training for the Research and Recognition Project.
Daniel K. Blackwood, MA, LPCC
Daniel is the Director of The Evolution Group in New Mexico. He specializes in trauma recovery, couples and partners who want to recover from betrayal, from gambling disorders, as well as recovery from mental illness and addiction. Author of Integrity Recovery™, Daniel teaches, supervises, and is working on a new book on Mindfulness-Based Emotional Processing.