TRAUMA RECOVERY NETWORK®

TRN Association

Northern Arkansas chapter photo Northern Arkansas TRN

Coordinator:
David Bailey LCSW
870-204-6980
baileybehavioralhealth@cox.net

Approved Consultant:
Richard Murphy Jr. PhD

Mission: The mission of North Arkansas TRN is to develop and maintain a network of volunteer psychotherapist’s who are trained in EMDR to provide pro bono early intervention treatment for adults and children suffering from a traumatic event, either man-made or a natural disaster. There will be a special emphasis on treatment of police, firefighters, and EMTs. Treatment will be conducted at the office of Bailey Behavioral Health in Harrison Arkansas. Referrals will come from employees and administrators of the local police departments, fire departments, local healthcare providers, and hospitals.

Model: Methods used will include EMD, EMDR Recent Event Protocol, EMDR Standard Protocol, and R-TEP/G-TEP. Volunteers will be providing at least 6 to 10 pro bono sessions per individual per year.

Launch date: October 4, 2019

To join this TRN® network contact a coordinator:

David W. Bailey
Email: baileybehavioralheakth@cox.net

Address
7668A Norvel Drive
Harrison, AR 72601USA

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Contact:
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Fax: (203) 288-4060
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