Group Traumatic Episode Protocol (G-TEP)
Now including the Group Resource Enhancement Protocol
October 7, 2022
The Group Traumatic Episode Protocol was developed to harness the power of the R-TEP while extending it to work with more than one person at time.
During COVID it proved even more valuable to aid 1:1 work by allowing clients to work remotely guided by their clinician when words were inaccessible to describe their emotions.
Now a way to enhance resource connection has been developed following the intense political unrest and refugee crisis – GREP.
Agenda – Eastern Time Zone:
8:30AM-9AM Log on if on-line to check settings. If in person, registration is open.
9AM-10:30AM. Applying R-TEP for groups
- List one challenge faced adapting R-TEP for groups.
- Identify the materials necessary for a G-TEP session.
- Describe the important staffing considerations.
- State the 6 + 2 steps.
10:45-12:30 Practice A procedures with worksheet
- Explain two uses for the Step 1 exercise.
- Recite the steps that encourage group sharing.
- Describe how do you determine the length of sets.
- Explain how to determine when to check in.
1:30-4:15 Practice B
- Give an example of an introduction to begin the exercise.
- Describe what to do if SUDs are not reducing.
- Explain the options for Follow-Up in G-TEP.
- Describe the steps in the GREP.
- Name important considerations for GTEP vs. GREP.
- Discuss the adaptations for children and non-readers.
About the Presenter:
Since 2010 Dr. Masciandaro has been utilizing the early intervention protocols developed by Elan Shapiro. First R-TEP developed with Brurit Laub, and then G-TEP. Dr. Masciandaro is a licensed psychologist and has been a volunteer for Trauma Recovery HAP since 9/11. She has been a TRN Coordinator, facilitator for basic training, and trainer-of-trainers to expand the dissemination of these early intervention protocols. Her volunteer mission has taken her across the US from Alaska to Florida. On a local level she has been a facilitator for the EMDR Institute, one of four NJ EMDR Network Coordinators, and an EMDRIA Approved Consultant. She is currently affiliated with the Center for Excellence in EMDR Therapy.
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