CEBC » Trauma Recovery And Empowerment Model › Program › DetailedRoger D. Fallot, Ph. Maxine Harris, Ph. TREM recognizes the complexity of long-term adaptation to trauma and ad- dresses a range of difficulties common among survivors of sexual and physical abuse. Focusing primarily on the development of specific recovery skills and current function- ing, TREM utilizes techniques shown to be effective in trauma recovery services. The groups content and structure are also informed by the role of gender in the ways women experience and cope with trauma.
Trauma recovery and empowerment model
This model draws on cognitive—behavioral, skills training, and psychoeducational techniques to address recovery and healing from sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. TREM consists of three major parts. The first section, on empowerment, helps group members learn strategies for self-comfort and accurate self-monitoring as well as ways to establish safe physical and emotional boundaries. The second component of TREM focuses more directly on trauma experience and its consequences. In the third section, focus shifts explicitly to skills building.
Objective: A quasi-experimental study tested the effectiveness of the Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM), a group intervention for women trauma survivors, in comparison to services as usual. TREM groups were added to standard services at two community mental health.
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An evidence-based, facilitated group approach to healing from the effects of trauma, developed by Maxine Harris, Roger Fallot and others in the s at Washington DC's Community Connections. This intervention combines elements of social skills training, psychoeducational and psychodynamic techniques, and emphasizes peer support. The Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model TREM is a fully manualized group-based intervention designed to facilitate trauma recovery among women with histories of exposure to sexual and physical abuse. Drawing on cognitive restructuring, psychoeducational, and skills-training techniques, the gender-specific to session group emphasizes the development of coping skills and social support. It addresses both short-term and long-term consequences of violent victimization, including mental health symptoms, especially posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD and depression, and substance abuse. TREM has been successfully implemented in a wide range of service settings mental health, substance abuse, criminal justice and among diverse racial and ethnic populations.