Accelerated Traumatology Course (ATC 101)

Understand how the brain and body are affected by trauma and the Instinctual Trauma Response®. Learn to recognize trauma symptoms and how to resolve traumatic stress. This material is a pre-requisite for the ATC 102 2-Day LIVE and needed to be ITR trained.

March 1st starts a special price of $199

Anyone who signs up at any time can finish the course by May 31.

11.5 CEs NASW and NBCC Good until May 31, 2021

Parent Course

Learn how trauma affects children and their behaviors. Understand how to work with them and how to help reduce stress in the family.  This course is helpful for any caregiver dealing with a trauma survivor.

No CE credits available at this time.

Educator Course

This course was designed for all kinds of educators to learn how to identify trauma in children, create safe spaces, and ideas to help ground a child and keep the other children safe.

No CE credits available at this time.

Instinctual Trauma Response® Training

For the ATC 102 2-Day Course visit LIVE COURSES.

Our mission is to make the effective ITR available to anyone wanting to heal and resolve their trauma symptoms once and for all. Being trauma-informed is not enough. We believe people need to be “trauma-effective and parts informed." It’s simply not enough to know about the effects of trauma. It is essential to have access to effective approaches and long-lasting results.

The ITR Training Institute teaches Instincual Trauma Response® model.  This is an approach to resolving trauma symptoms by using Graphic Narrative™ and Externalized Dialogue™.

As forerunners in the emerging Mental Health Emancipation Movement, psychiatrist Dr. Lou Tinnin and art therapist Dr. Linda Gantt developed and administered ITR in hospitals and clinics for over 40 years. Dr. Linda Gantt now focuses on training the next generation of trauma specialists and helping individuals resolve trauma and get on the road to recovery.

Psychoeducation Videos

"Trauma is the biggest mental health problem of the 21st century and it is the most treatable."
Dr. Louis Tinnin
Psychiatrist and Co-Founder of the ITR™ Method
"Traumatic stress is not a life sentence. In our work, we see symptoms greatly reduced or completely eliminated, and it doesn’t take years to do it."
Dr. Linda Gantt
Art Therapist and Co-Founder of the ITR™ Method