DescriptionDuring the past 25 years, EMDR has grown from a structured technique for treating PTSD to an integrative form of psychotherapy. Unfortunately, many clinicians leave their EMDR basic training feeling chained, constrained and needing to rigidly follow strict "protocols, procedures, phases and prongs." This workshop is designed to help clinicians become "unchained," thereby allowing them to seamlessly integrate EMDR into their clinical practice.
To view information about EMDR Training Parts 1 & 2 click here.
Professionals who have already completed EMDR Parts 1 & 2. Master's level mental health professionals including mental health and substance abuse counselors, social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, school counselors and other professionals interested in this subject and trained in EMDR. Participants registering at the nonprofit/student/peer support rate must show proof at time of registration.
- Describe the difference between EMDR research and EMDR therapy
- Discuss the belief focused approach to EMDR treatment
- Explain the EMDR Processing Continuum: EMD, EMDr, EMDR