Holographic Memory Resolution® Training

Committed to Reducing the Presence and Impact of Trauma in our World

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ELIGIBILITY:  Both professionals and non-professionals are invited to train in Holographic Memory Resolution®.  Whether you are interested in using the technique professionally or personally, formal supervision and training in HMR can be provided.  Some individuals in the medical field (e.g. MD's, NMD's, RN's, Doctors of Oriental Medicine, etc) have prior credentialing which allows for the full implementation of HMR, as also with Polarity therapists, pastoral counselors, and certified hypnotherapists.  Pastoral Counseling certification is available through affiliated churches.  Traditional therapists (Psychologists, MSW's, CADC's) can immediately integrate HMR into their preferred modalities.  Relevant state, legal, and professional requirements must be, nonetheless, respected as with the practice of any therapeutic modality.

TRAINING:  HMR training is provided both through 3-day in-person workshops and through the HMR Online Training classes: Levels One and Two (now combined into a 3-day workshop or 2 online courses), Level Three (also a 3-day workshop or an online course), and the "Healing Intensive" (also a 3-day workshop involving the observation of HMR and the personal experience of the technique within an 8-10 person group therapy dynamic/process). Levels One, Two, and Three correspond to the three distinct levels of the Trauma Continuum that have been identified in our work with trauma survivors.  (Cf. HMR description with training levels.)  Certificates of Attendance are available for each workshop level, but formal certification requires the completion of all certification requirements, including supervision, documentation of case studies, and formal review before HMR certification is awarded.  (See below for details).

CERTIFICATION:  Certification in HMR requires the completion of three workshops, submission of the "Application for Certification", payment of the processing fee, documentation of 30 cases (completed memory resolution sequences) after each level/workshop, with 1 hour of supervision per 10 cases (9 hours total, group or individual supervision).  An oral or written exam follows completion of all case work.  In addition, one case must be presented for detailed review and approval via verbatim transcript or video (preferred), demonstrating required skills.  Ten hours of personal trauma resolution (HMR) work are also required.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:  HMR is approved by NAADAC (Provider No. 161015) for continuing education (CE) credits for addictions counselors,  which include NASW and NBCC approval as well.  For details on the number of CE credits per HMR Training offering and a list of the organizations and boards accepting NAADAC CE credits, please follow this link.
NAADAC and Related CE Credits for HMR

SUPERVISION:   Supervision is currently provided by certified HMR practitioners. A list of these supervisors can be found on the "Supervision" page of this website. Group supervision is available in some localities.

LOCATIONS:   Level One training has occurred in AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, GA, IL, LA, MI, MS, NH, NJ, NM, NY, TN, TX, VA and WA in the USA. Outside of the USA, training has occurred in Canada, England, Japan, and Panama.  The number of participants required for a workshop varies by country of presentation.  A minimum of 15-20 is required in the USA.

FEES:   The cost of the workshops varies by country, but is not intended to be prohibitive.   Student rates are also available.  For inquiries regarding dates, fees, availability, current rates, etc., please check our current training schedule at this link: Schedule Summary

    Brent M. Baum, STB, SSL, CADC, LISAC, CCH
    5675 N. Camino Esplendora  #6137
    Tucson, AZ 85718

    Phone: (847) 372-8894
    Fax:    (520) 529-5730