September 20-24, 2021
Course description: This course meets all EMDR International Association requirements for an EMDR Basic Training Course. Integrating EMDR into your Clinical Practice teaches mental health clinicians the foundations of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy through lectures, videos, demonstrations, and practice sessions between participants. At the completion of this course, participants will have applied the Adaptive Information Processing theoretical approach to psychotherapy, the eight phases of EMDR therapy, and how to utilize EMDR with a variety of clinical populations. Special instruction is given on working with clients from a beliefs-focused approach and varying applications of bilateral stimulation depending on the needs of each particular client. As of 2020, this course also teaches clinicians how to utilize EMDR in a telehealth environment. Please scroll down and click on our Learning Objectives tab for more information.
Intended audience: counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, etc. Please scroll down and click on our Training Eligibility tab for more information about eligibility for this course.
Skill level: This is a beginner level EMDR training course.
CEs to be offered: Participants will receive 40 hours of continuing education credit upon completing this program. Please scroll down and click on our Continuing Education Credits tab for more information about continuing education credit and approvals for this course.
Participants must complete the entire EMDR training course, which includes 10 hours of group consultation, within 12 months (1 year) from their initial start date. Please consider this deadline when registering for the training.
READ BEFORE REGISTERING:
- When registering, provide a mailing address where you are currently accepting mail (street address, city, state, and zip; NO P.O. BOXES!).
- If possible, provide a personal email address (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL) instead of a work or agency email. Organizational, governmental, and/or company-based email accounts might have security settings that block Zoom invites to the virtual training.
- Participants must have a stable internet connection and must use their own computer (not a cell phone) during the training. The computer must have a working camera and be able to download the Zoom app.
- Participants must be present the entire training — no exceptions.
- If any of your information changes (address, email, phone number, etc.) after registering, please inform us no later than 14 days prior to the first day of training.
- Also provide a phone number where training staff can easily reach you in case of emergency (e.g., cell instead of work if you’ll be training from home) as well as an emergency contact number.
- The trainer will contact the participants the week of the training with the Zoom invite. Please keep an eye on your spam/junk folders.
- This training is presented in CENTRAL DAYLIGHT TIME.
- Trainer contact information is available on our Training Staff page.
IMPORTANT MATERIAL SHIPPING INFORMATION:
- Training materials (manual, worksheets, etc.) will be sent to each participant via FedEx/UPS to the address provided on the registration form. These materials will arrive the week of the training. We do not ship outside of the United States and Canada.
- We are not responsible for shipping delays due to inclement weather or unforeseen events.
- If materials were shipped to the wrong address and the error is ours, we will resend new materials at no additional cost.
- If materials were shipped to an incorrectly provided address during registration or due to failure to notify our administrative office of an address change (no later than 14 days prior to the first day of training), we will charge $50/each to resend new materials.
- These materials can be downloaded on our Participant’s Page (password provided upon registration).