TRAUMA RECOVERY NETWORK®

TRN Association

Southeastern Ct chapter photo The Southeastern Ct TRN is a group of EMDR therapists volunteering to provide pro bono EMDR therapy to adults dealing with unexpected traumatic loss of a loved one in the southeastern Connecticut region

Mission
The Southeastern CT TRN will aim to assist the community affected by a sudden/traumatic death of a loved one with the use of EMDR therapy to promote healing, improve functioning and enhance recovery.

Model
We will provide up to five pro bono sessions for adults dealing with the sudden death of a loved one. We plan on using the EMDR Grief Protocol, the Recent Event Protocol and the EMDR Flash Technique.

TRN Coordinator:
Heather L.G. Ziemba, Ph.D., LPC, CCH

TRN EMDRIA Approved Consultant:
Tabatha Maiorano, Ph.D., LADC, LCSW

TRN Adjunct Consultant and Steering Committee Member:
Jennifer Tattersall, LCSW


Launched: 9/20/2018

To join this TRN® network contact a coordinator:

Heather L. Ziemba, Dr 860-705-9406
Phone: 860-889-0097 x3
Email: heatherzhypnosis@aol.com

Address
119 Lafayette Street
Norwich, CT 06360USA

TRN® Support

Trauma Recovery/HAP
2911 Dixwell Avenue, Ste. 201
Hamden, CT 06518

Contact:
Phone: (203) 288-4450
Fax: (203) 288-4060
Email: admin@emdrhap.org

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