The Best Resources to Learn About NARM Therapy

NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model) is an innovative psychotherapy approach designed to treat complex trauma and developmental wounds. If you’re curious to learn more about how NARM works and its effectiveness for trauma recovery, here are some of the best informational articles and resources:

Overview of the NARM Approach

“NARM: A New Therapy Model for Trauma Treatment” by Diane Poole Heller on Provides an excellent overview of the NARM approach and how it differs from other trauma therapies.

Core Principles of NARM

“How NARM Heals Trauma and Attachment Wounds” by Diane Poole Heller. Explains the core principles and techniques of NARM therapy in treating developmental trauma.

NARM for Trauma Recovery

“Relational Trauma Repair Model: Sustainable Change for Complex Trauma” by Kevin Ergil on GoodTherapy. An in-depth look at how NARM helps reprocess trauma and build resilience.

NARM Explained

“NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) Psychotherapy” on Active Recovery TMS website. A concise summary of what NARM is, how it works, and conditions it can help with.

The Heller Institute website also has many great resources on the principles and training programs for NARM therapy. Let me know if you need any other recommendations for your blog post!