Licensed Professional Counselor, LCSW, Psychologist:
You will learn to be proficient with the Trauma Resiliency Protocol (TRP) and the Emotions Management Process (EMP), both non-clinical interventions with powerful results. These processes do not allow the individual being coached or counseled to share any traumatic memories or significant emotional events with their therapist; this is unnecessary to heal. The Tactical Resiliency Training (TRT) has been developed and successfully used by 22ZERO, a veteran and first responder nonprofit organization in operation since April 2018 strictly for peer support with 22ZERO and Government entities, such as Law Enforcement, Firefighters, paramedics and US Military.
In TRP/EMP, we will learn to heal trauma and unhealthy negative emotional patterns that are rooted in childhood or elsewhere. The protocols will revolutionize your practice so you can do the heavy lifting with CBT, making effective, lasting changes. It’s not a silver bullet, just one important part of the continuum of care.
How would your practice look if you could quickly change the patterns of your clients by eliminating anger, sadness, rage, resentment, anxiety, fear, low self-worth, and more?
Nonprofits (per student)
Anxiety Guys will train the Tactical Resiliency Training (TRT) to any nonprofit that works with traumatic emotions and negative behavioral patterns in their clients. TRT is comprised of the Trauma Resiliency Protocol (TRP) and the Emotions Management Process (EMP), which are both non-clinical interventions with powerful results. These processes do not allow the individual being coached to share any traumatic memories or significant emotional events with their coach. TRT has been developed and successfully used by 22ZERO, a veteran and first responder nonprofit organization in operation since April 2018.
In training, the students will work on healing their own real-world traumatic stress emotions and significant negative emotions. They will learn a step-by-step, repeatable process to be applied within their community. They will learn to disconnect triggers like rage, anger, sadness, fear, grief, guilt, survivor guilt, shame, resentment, frustration, confusion, anxiety, and more. You can become the most relevant organization to your donor base solely on the improved quality of life you will provide your clients.
The results are in
Good morning, Dan. Charlie Burkhardt here. I had a first session with a woman Friday morning with multiple traumas. I shot her a quick text Sunday to see how she was doing. I’m attaching her answer. Thank you ever so much for all you’ve done, Dan.
Client: “Good morning! I am doing well! I feel much calmer when my thoughts drift to my traumas. I was really tired Friday and yesterday but good tired. I am relieved! Maybe not fully relieved, but this is a huge improvement. I feel like I was freezing cold, and I now have a warm, soft blanket wrapped around me. Thank you for your help! I’m not sure I’m finished asking for help, but right now, I’m just trying to get used to this new reality.”