The question often comes up what a client scores 30 or over on the DES, what do we do? The following are some guidelines that are open to discussion and may change over time. First, recheck your [...]
Thanks so much for the quick reply. Another quick question…I notice that your training program is 12 hours longer than the traditional trainings. What’s the advantage of the extra time? [...]
After the assessment phase, and reminding the client of the stop sign and maybe a brief explanation of what is about to happen, we say “Bring up the image, the words “NC”, [...]
Post by Amanda Martin PhD, LMFT-S, LPC “Can I do EMDR with a client that has self-harmed recently?” This is a common question in training and the key is the clinical assessment. When [...]
2020 has left the world with a lot of pain and suffering. That said, can you imagine the possibilities of healing with EMDR? As I was meditating on that, I thought of how EMDR fosters the ability [...]
In my experience training clinicians in EMDR, I have noticed a trend that trainees will sometimes accept a SUD of >0. Dr. Laurel Parnell also discusses this in the introduction to her book, [...]
“What do you notice?” “Nothing” the Client replied. Does this sound familiar? When practicing the desensitization phase of EMDR, it can be difficult to know what to do after we ask, “What do you [...]
Once new EMDR therapists have completed basic training, I have found it helpful to review treatment planning and target sequencing. We will be looking at three different approaches towards target [...]
Upon completion of this training you get a certificate of completion, which means you are a fully trained EMDR Therapist. This is the pathway to certification.
I came up with this flow chart during the last EMDR Therapist training. I think it is pretty good, so I thought I'd share it.
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