HelpForTrauma.org is the non-profit arm of three sister companies that include, ITR Training Institute, Intensive Trauma Therapy, and TraumaTherapyApp.
HelpForTrauma.org is dedicated to researching, training and expanding trauma-effective services. We believe access to trauma-effective services is a universal human right. The ITR Method™ can help people live to their fullest potential despite the adversities of the human experience and should be the gold standard of care throughout the world.
HelpForTrauma.org acknowledges that additional research is needed to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ITR™ method and to establish this method as evidence-based practice. Our commitment to research will ensure continued innovation and effectiveness of the ITR™ method.
HelpForTrauma.org believes training and continuing education are essential to ensuring standards of care, improving outcomes for traumatized persons, and for reducing compassion fatigue, burnout, and secondary traumatic stress. We believe that both professionals and paraprofessionals should have the opportunity to learn our trauma-effective method. Government/public service agencies, schools, mental and medical health services, and religious organizations would greatly benefit from being trained in the ITR™ method.
HelpForTrauma.org believes everyone should have the opportunity to resolve trauma symptoms no matter their socio-economic level. The lifelong costs of unresolved trauma are staggering. We believe the ITR™ method is an effective treatment for resolving traumatic stress symptoms and this would ultimately save lives. Therefore, the cost savings would impact every aspect of the global economy.
We have a special interest in First Responders, Active Military, and Veterans. Their exposure to life-threatening situations, as a condition of their service to our communities and nation, often results in high rates of post-traumatic stress. Their care warrants thorough assessment and more options should be available for them.
One on one therapy is a western model and not even available in a lot of the western world. Having accessibility to tools to use remotely with a skilled practitioner or having accessibility to a self-help tool to resolve trauma symptoms is critical to reducing the levels of trauma in our world today.