Tramautic Incident Reduction (TIR) Training

Monday, May 8, 2017 - 09:00

Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) Training
May 5-8, 2017, 9am-4pm
University of Windsor, 167 Ferry Street, Windsor
Presented by Dr. Kim Calderwood
Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Private Practitioner & TIR Trainer-in-Training
Supervised by Margaret U. Nelson, Senior Trainer

Learn and practice techniques that are:
• client-centred
• empowering
• anti-oppressive
• brief but powerful
• evidence-based

You will receive:
• skills you can immediately use working with clients and “resolving” issues
• the experience of one-on-one real sessions, as client and as facilitator
• a certificate of attendance
• continuing education credits for CCPA, CPCA, CACCF, OACCPP

Applied Metapsychology, which includes TIR and Life Stress Reduction (LSR) techniques, is the most client-centred, empowering, and anti-oppressive modality I have come across. Why teach clients to cope, when we can facilitate a resolution to clients’ issues, leading to significant reduction or even elimination of symptoms? – Kim Calderwood, PhD, RSW, Associate Professor, School of Social
Work, University of Windsor, presented at the OASW Provincial Conference, Toronto, November 2016.

Cost prior to April 5: $795 incl. HST
Cost after April 5: $895 incl. HST

Visit for more information, to register, or to view other training across Ontario (e.g., Barrie-area: June 2-5; July 14-17; Oct. 27-30; Ottawa: Mar. 24-27; May 5-8; Sept. 15-18).

If you have questions, please contact Kim at 519-253-3000 ext. 3083 or