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Special Note to Alumni of the Tom Hawkins Memorial Internship Program
We trust that you gained benefit from the internship weeks that you attended in our previous internship program. We have realized, however, that having only two weeks to cover all the material needed to become proficient in utilizing the Primary Identity Approach and the RCM Prenatal Healing Process and in addressing the many ritual abuse dynamics required to bring healing to DID/RA survivors was greatly insufficient. This is the reason for our expansion of the program.
We urge you to consider attending the full program of the expanded RDT training, as we will cover more material, have more focused demonstrations, and, if you are a certification candidate, offer the opportunity for you to participate in supervised practicums, demonstrating your ability to apply the principles learned.
We are also offering you special reduced rates for attending any of the RDT Units as follows:
Requirements for Alumni Audit Only
Any intern may attend any Unit of Level I as an auditor. We have, however, added some features to the program to try to enhance the spiritual safety of the group, so you will have to send in an application form with two references included and fulfill the prerequisite renunciations for each Unit. We would encourage you to cover the other designated prerequisites as well, as we believe that they will prepare you to get the most from the program Units. Because of the greatly updated material presented in Level II, we are not allowing anyone to skip any of the Units involved.
Requirements for Alumni Certification
If you desire to earn certification through the RDT program and feel that you have adequately learned the Primary Identity Approach and basic Prenatal Healing Process, please contact us about taking Advanced Placement exams and practicums to skip Level I and start at Level II. Failure to pass the exams or practicums will require retaking them at additional cost or attending the actual event. Because of the greatly updated material presented in Level II, no Advanced Placement option is being offered.