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Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) Therapy
Traumatic Incident Reduction therapy is a one-on-one therapeutic technique performed by trained professionals, called “facilitators,” in a highly structured manner. TIR is considered a rapid therapy form as it may not last as long as traditional methods. Sessions are typically 60-90 minutes in length and generally offered weekly. The number of needed sessions is determined by each individual and their specific needs and progress.
TIR can work to improve negative thoughts and emotions; therefore, it can help to lower stress and anxiety, enhance a positive mindset, and increase pleasure. It can also help people to recognize their potential more fully and therefore become more self-efficient and have a greater expectancy of success.
I have more than 20 years of experience in counselling and work on Companion Animal grief, War Veteran Trauma, Group Debriefing and Individual Trauma.
Traumatic Incident Reduction E-Notes
I am a qualified Biomedical Engineer and a full-time Reverend in the Dutch Reformed Church in Krugersdorp, South Africa.
TIR Symposium at the four-star Hotel Bratislava in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Dear TIR Association Members –
Very good news! Former Detective Chief Superintendent with London Metropolitan Police and Borough Commander for Kensington and Chelsea, Ellie O’Connor will speak at this year’s Symposium!
Ellie was the one in charge during the the Grenfell Tower fire and numerous other crisis situations. She worked with Dr. John Durkin and a number of his students to bring TIR to police affected by these events.
A TIR facilitator herself, Ellie uses TIR to help colleagues on a regular basis. She is a stirring speaker and will be a great asset to this year’s gathering.
18 days left to register to get the most advantageous Super Early Bird Special Discount! Register now:
best regards, Marian
for the AMI/TIRA Administrative Team