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Intermediate EMDR Training • Online • 3 Parts • Spring

May 14 - May 16

Intermediate EMDR Training

Building on the Basics: a Three-Part Intensive

with Deany Laliotis • Online • Starting May 14, 2021

Intermediate EMDR Training

Building on the Basics: a Three-Part Intensive

with Deany Laliotis • Online • Starting May 14, 2021

Once you complete EMDR Basic Training, the next thing you discover
is how much more there is to learn. 

Introducing Our Intermediate EMDR Training Intensive—
Designed to Increase Your Skills and Confidence

This course is for clinicians who have recently completed the EMDR Therapy Basic Course and are eager to further develop your skills and for those who trained a while ago and haven’t fully integrated it into your clinical practice. In this intermediate course, we will take a deeper dive into AIP case conceptualization and treatment planning and map out clinical choice points that are informed by the client’s needs and readiness to approach. We will also dive into the moment to moment unfolding of experience during processing, facilitating the client’s experience towards resolution while staying out of the way. We will also offer more supervised practice using clinical interweaves as well as discuss your cases in depth helping you integrate what you learn, promoting personal and professional growth for you as well as helping your clients change.

Take Your Practice to the Next Level
We’ll Let You Know When Registration Opens

Get 40 Continuing Education Credits
Complete CE details

Intermediate Training Online

Part 1: May 14-16 • Part 2: June 25-27
Part 3: July 23, 24

Start times and schedule

Here Are Just a Few Things You’ll Learn How to Do

  • Distinguish between the client’s symptoms versus their problems and develop a more comprehensive case conceptualization and treatment plan for more complex clinical cases
  • Identify client and clinical variables that factor into treatment planning
  • Strengthen motivational sets as preparation for processing
  • Strengthen access to positive experiences throughout treatment, both in and out of processing, offsetting the client’s negativity bias and promoting a heightened sense of well being
  • Track the client’s somatic experience in and out of processing, using the resonance between your own sensory experience and the client’s
  • Navigate the moment to moment unfolding of experience by developing specific skills to broaden or narrow the focus of attention
  • Use Adaptive Action tendencies as a road map to help clients develop and strengthen important life-promoting skills
  • Use Future Template as a means to address developmental deficits as well as identify needed skills and patterns of response
  • Use Clinical Interweave Categories (CIC) during processing to facilitate the client’s experience as well as optimize treatment effects
  • Reevaluate goals for treatment over time as therapy evolves

Find Out When Registration
for Intermediate Training Begins

40 Continuing Education Credits
Complete CE details

Details

Start:
May 14
End:
May 16
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