In Canada we follow TRE® for All's Global Certification Requirements for training TRE® providers.
We also offer trainees:
opportunities to practice virtually and in person
focus on personal practice as the foundation to becoming a certified TRE® Provider
focus on embodiment of the learning not just the technical teachings
Training length of time
Typically training takes 12 - 15 months and completion is based on your embodiment of the practice and technical understanding of TRE.
If you do not complete with in 18 months, you will be required to retake a module at 1/2 price.
If you do not complete within 24 months, you will be required to redo the entire program.
Regardless if you attend in person
or virtually, you will need access
to the following to be able to
complete program requirements:
laptop or computer or tablet
ability to record clear video with sound
You need to complete the following:
Module 1 (2.5 days)
Post Module 1:
Create a learning plan
4 personal sessions
4 peer to peer sessions
Reading and submitting 2 page book report on assigned books
watch 1 video
Module 2 (2.5 days)
Post Module 2:
4 individual sessions
2 unsupervised individual sessions
watch 3 videos
Module 3 (2.5 days)
Post Module 3:
4 group sessions
2 unsupervised group sessions
Reading and submitting 2 page book report on an assigned book
submission of 40 journal entries from through out the course
this is a final session where trainee demonstrate their TRE® knowledge through review of a recorded group session
Certification Trainer assesses trainee's ability to keep TRE® sessions safe, use appropriate interventions and modification, as well as, having an understanding of TRE® theory.
Total Cost of program: approximately $3500
total cost is approximate as some trainees may need extra supervision
cost does not include: travel expenses, accommodations, TFA registration fee ($35 USD), books and videos
Payment for program: each trainer accepts payment as trainees go through each step of the program. Pay as you go.