07 Feb Polyvagal Informed Relationship Coaching at the Trauma Recovery Institute
LONG-TIRM RELATIONSHIP COACHING (TRAUMA INFORMED RELATIONAL MODEL)
Trauma Informed Relational Model (TIRM) is theoretical and practical framework developed at The Trauma Recovery Institute to address relational conflicts in a neuroseqential trauma informed way and to provide skills and insights to help create and sustain a long term committed intimate passionate relationship. This model is a multidiscipline approach incorporating object relations theory, interpersonal neurobiology, attachment research, polyvagal theory, non violent communication and dynamic psychosocialsomatic psychotherapy. Dynamic Psychosocialsomatic Psychotherapy (DPP) is our unique approach which is trauma & polyvagal informed neurosequential orientated complex trauma recovery grounded in Interpersonal Neurobiology, an integrative, consilient and coherent blend of bottom up and top down therapeutics delivered through a framework of safety and collaboration helping clients on their journey from reactive survival to receptive secure functioning.
When we meet our partners, we make an unconscious contract to help each other resolve emotional injuries of the past , we unconsciously pick or hire the perfect person to trigger this stored painful memory of our past , it is for this exact reason we have come together . Relationships are not a problem to be solved but an adventure to be embraced. Conflict is a gift to be unpacked , to embrace, an opportunity to grow , resolve and mature . Conflict can not be resolved at the level with which it was created. We hire the person in our life who is most compatible to help us resolve what is unresolved from our childhood. Our relationship lives in the space between us and it is sacred . This becomes the playground for our children . When there are only two options , take the third option ! Keep the space between you safe and sacred . Honour the space between you , by visiting the other by crossing the bridge . Cross the bridge with an open mind to learn , with curiosity and compassion , leave behind your hurt and trauma. Crossing the bridge is becoming completely present with your partner, listening without interruption, defensiveness or judgement, holding an unconditional space for your partner to share.