TRAUMA RECOVERY NETWORK®

TRN Association

Heartland Kansas chapter photo Heartland Kansas TRN

Mission: Our primary mission is to provide EMDR early intervention services to members of the Olathe Police Department who experience trauma resulting from their daily exposure to traumatic events.

Our secondary mission is to maintain a network of licensed mental health practitioners who serve children and adults suffering from trauma related to large scale natural or human-made disasters in Johnson and Wyandotte Counties.

Model: We will provide up to ten pro bono sessions to individuals using the Recent Event Protocol. In addition, Heartland Kansas TRN volunteers are provided education in the unique culture of the first responder community.

Coordinator: Michelle Anspaugh, LCMFT (KS), LPC (MO); 816-810-1266; michelleanspaugh@yahoo.com.

Co-Coordinator: Dusti Powell, LCMFT, RPT; 913-244-0648; dpowell.mft@gmail.com

EMDRIA Approved Consultant: Sue Thompson, LCSW; Phone: 913-791-3805; shrinkinc@kc.rr.com

Launch date: March 22, 2019

To join this TRN® network contact a coordinator:

Michelle A. Anspaugh,
Dusti Powell

Phone: 816/810-1266
Email: heartlandkstrn@gmail.com

Address
POB 9233
Shawnee Mission, KS 66210USA

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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