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The Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories Protocol

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HomeTrainingsMarch 2023 Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories Protocol™ Online Training

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March 2023 Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories Protocol™ Online Training

Friday, March 10, 2023 to Sunday, March 12, 2023
Videoconference information will be provided in an email once payment is received.
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Daniel Blackwood
Robin C Hampton
Meghan Bourke
6079626688 (p)
RTM Training USA Online
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Tuition is $1999, discounts available for non profits. $200 deposit is non refundable, cancellations up to one week before event will be refunded minus the $200 deposit. If student fails to complete Teachable portion of class by set deadline, student will be dropped from the class. No refunds or credits will be given once Orientation has started.
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Research and Recognition Project (co-sponsored by PTTI)


Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories Protocol

A Live, Interactive Webinar Training (Zoom)

 Orientation: March 10th 9am-Noon EST.)

March 10th, 1-6pm EST, 11th&12th 9am-6pm EST 2022

Pre-requisite Reading Required before Training Dates

This 21-hour credit course was developed for all mental health professionals.

Description: 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.

Register: Registration can be completed on website up to the day before Orientation. Click on the desired dates for training.

Learning Objectives:
After completing this course, participants will be able to: 

    • Articulate the framework and each step of the RTM Protocol™

    • Explain how to help others eliminate the feelings that accompanied their traumatic memories

    • Describe ways to increase your behavioral flexibility

    • Explain how to motivate your clients to work with you to use the RTM Protocol™

    • Restate the pre-screen & intake process for appropriate client selection

    • Summarize the diagnostic criteria and behavioral evaluation of clinical success

    • Role-play your visual and auditory acuity and calibration skills

    • Describe how to help a client regain their "center" if they become non-resourceful

    • Delineate how to quickly build rapport with challenging clients to address their trauma issues

    • Demonstrate confidence and competence in using the RTM Protocol™

Target Audience: 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

                                                                                                                                        Closing 60-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.

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 marriage and family therapists #MFT-0105

The Research and Recognition Project, Inc. is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0693.

We have applied for consideration of CE credits through ASWB ACE.

Fees: $1,999.00 per participant. Non-profit agencies may receive a $500.00 discount per participant.

Registration Deadline: Participants may register up to the Orientation date.

Refund Policy: Refunds will not be given after Orientation. In the event, RandR cancels a training, participants will receive 100% of their registration fee.

Cancelation Policy: 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).

Special Accommodations: For questions, concerns, or to request special accomodations, 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.

Jenny Lehman, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 5 years of experience in oncology setting and  4 years in private practice  setting. Natural leadership skills and ability to foster a positive, team-oriented work environment. Exceptional  communication skills, clinical counseling expertise, and experience in the leadership and facilitation of complex group  dynamics with patients and oncology staff. Ability to engage with individuals in a pragmatic and down to earth  manner. Currently, I am practicing as a psychotherapist with private counseling practice. Prior to being an LCSW, I  was an occupational therapist with 15 years of experience with adults and children with emphasis on neurological dysfunction. I worked in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and outpatient clinics.