Community Resiliency Model

The Community Resilency Model was developed by the Trauma Resource Institute to teach mental health wellness skills. These tools specifically help with anxiety, depression, PTSD and stress. It offers ongoing self care strategies, peer-to-peer support, and effective coping skills to increase resilency.

The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) provides knowledge and skills so individuals can consistently show up as the best version of themselves on any occasion.

CRM offers ongoing self-care strategies, a mechanism for peer-to-peer support, and fosters the ability for individuals to widen their “resilience zone” by using wellness skills learned from the Community Resiliency Mode

The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) provides knowledge and skills so individuals can consistently show up as the best version of themselves on any occasion.

 

CRM offers ongoing self-care strategies, a mechanism for peer-to-peer support, and fosters the ability for individuals to widen their “resilience zone” by using wellness skills learned from the Community Resiliency Mode

WHAT IS THE TRAUMA RESOURCE INSTITUTE?

The Trauma Resource Institute (TRI) is a nonprofit based in Claremont, CA. Since its founding over a decade ago, TRI has developed two highly effective programs for mental health wellness: Trauma Resilency Model & Community Resilency Model (CRM).

CwC is proud to partner with TRI to integrate CRM curriculum for Life Care Specialists, medical staff and the BE WELL Programs.

WHAT IS THE TRAUMA RESOURCE INSTITUTE?

The Trauma Resource Institute (TRI) is a nonprofit organisation based out of Claremont, California. Since the founding of TRI over a decade ago, they have worked to develop two models of well being: the Trauma Resiliency Model and the Community Resiliency Model (CRM).

 

The Christopher Wolf Crusade is proud to use the teachings of the Community Resiliency Model within our Life Care Specialist and Be Well curriculum’s. We believe that mental health and wellness is vital to our mission of reducing opioid use.

SIX SKILLS

CRM is a series of six wellness skills that have been shown to work across cultures and throughout the lifespan. CRM helps to shift from the conventional perspectives about health and wellbeing to trauma and resiliency informed perspectives.

1
TRACKING
The foundation to help stabilize the nervous system by noticing what’s happening in the body at the present moment.
2
RESOURCING
Learn how to develop your sensory vocabulary.
3
GROUNDING
An effective technique using all five senses to self soothe.
4
GESTURING
A movement usually of the body or limbs that expresses or emphasizes an idea, sentiment, or attitude. Movements/gestures that do not cause self-injury or self-harm.
5
HELP NOW
Walk, push against a wall, look for colors, count backwards, drink a beverage, touch objects, stretch your body, listen for sounds, notice around you.
6
SHIFT & STAY
Means shifting your attention from sensations that are unpleasant to sensations that are neutral or pleasant and staying there.
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