EMDR Training Events
Our unique partner relationship with the EMDR Institute allows us to deliver Dr. Francine Shapiro and the EMDR Institute’s fully accredited, research-validated training manual and materials in a personalized environment at an affordable price.
Throughout our Basic Training, we emphasize appropriate client selection, preparation, and stabilization for diverse levels of client complexity and clinical expertise. With ongoing Consultation built right in to the training package, you will get the guidance you need to start using these new skills safely and effectively right away. Select a training below and click “Learn More” for full details.
- Course Includes
- 20 hours lecture
- 20 hours small group practicum
- 10 hours consultation
- 40 CEs issued for complete training
- Who is Eligible?
- Licensed Clinicians
- Registered Interns
- Graduate Students in Internship with Active Caseloads
RECENT AND GROUP TRAUMATIC EPISODE TRAINING (R-TEP/G-TEP)
This 2-day training is designed for EMDR trained therapists who recognize the need to have both an individual protocol and group protocol that can be applied effectively and safely to clients who have experienced a recent trauma. The goal of these protocols is to reduce the likelihood of delayed onset PTSD, depression, anxiety, OCD, substance use, relationship and health issues that can be exacerbated by trauma. They also assist in fostering resiliency in individuals who have experienced trauma of a man made or natural disaster. Select a training below and click “Learn More” for full details.
Do you work with children who present with complex trauma including attachment injury, abuse and neglect? These children need a specialized approach that facilitates successful relational resourcing, development of affect regulation skills, and substantial titrated processing work to support comprehensive EMDR treatment. In this six hour training, participants will learn how to identify and overcome therapeutic blockages and actively triggered disturbance. Select a training below and click “Learn More” for full details.