Which book is right for me?

Which Traumatic Incident Reduction/Applied Metapsychology Books are Right for Me?

I have a general curiosity about the subject


I’d like to know how TIR and related techniques compare to other methods


I want to know about research on the subject


I am someone who faces traumatic situations in my work, or who works with those who do: police officers, fire fighters, emergency medical personnel, nurses, doctors, military, etc.

We also recommend that you look into training through the AMI Professional Skills Workshops.


I work with traumatized children (or have a child who has been traumatized)

We also recommend that you look into training through the AMI Professional Skills Workshops.


I am a therapist who deals with the effects of traumatic stress

We also recommend that you look into training through the AMI Professional Skills Workshops.


I am a therapist who would like to find effective ways to bring clients to the point of being ready to directly address their traumatic experiences

We also recommend that you look into training through the AMI Professional Skills Workshops.


I’d like to know the theory and philosophy behind the subject


I am a trauma survivor and may be interested in receiving Traumatic Incident Reduction and related techniques, and would like to find out more

We also recommend that you see the TIR Association website at www.tira.org for further information and to locate your nearest practitioner.


I may be interested in trying Applied Metapsychology work for general improvement in my quality of life and for personal growth and would like to find out more

We also recommend that you see the TIR Association website at www.tira.org for further information and to locate your nearest practitioner.


I may be interested in receiving training and would like to know more

We also recommend that you see the AMI Professional Skills Workshops for further information on the training available.


I am researching the subject for an academic paper


I am looking for something useful to help myself

We also recommend that you see the TIR Association website at www.tira.org for further information and to locate your nearest practitioner.