Well done to Caroline Purvey for getting the article published – her website is www.treuk.com There is a small, but growing, community of TRE people in the UK. The qualified therapists are listed here (you need to scroll down the page to the UK listings) http://traumaprevention.com/2010/06/09/certified-tre-practitioners-in-europe/ There are regular TRE groups in London, you can access details here www.trelondon.com/groups David Berceli’s book is a good place to start if you want to find out more: Revolutionary Trauma Release Process by David Berceli http://www.namastepublishing.com/products/book/revolutionary-trauma-release-process/9781897238400
‘The idea that rescuers can arrive in disaster areas and prevent mental illness in a single meeting is an attractive fantasy but often serves the needs of relief workers and their image more than disaster-affected communities.’ http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/may/12/natural-disasters-healing-psychology-worse There are lots of pitfalls in trying to help. Talking is less helpful than we think it seems.
I am pleased to announce a one off TRE group in Dublin in May: Date: 7.00 to 9.00pm on 23rd May 2013 Venue: Marino Institute, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9. Cost: €20, €10 concession. Contact: Steve Haines firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place or Raymond Lambert email@example.com The group is open to everyone. TRE groups are a great way to learn about how tremors can help release chronic tension patterns. The group will be very informal, no previous experience is required. There will be a short talk on TRE, some introductions, we will go through the exercises and then allow the tremors in our bodies and then a short sharing about the experience... Read More
******NEW: TRE Level I confirmed from July 18th to 20th with Riccardo Cassiani Ingoni and Steve Haines (It will be run concurrently with the Level II) at Moving Arts Base, London. Booking details to follow soon******