Cancelled on October 4, 2016 due to lack of sufficient number of attendees registered to-date.
One attendee will receive a 1-year membership in EMDRIA
About the Trainer. Mark Nickerson, LICSW is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant and Trainer. He serves on the EMDRIA Board of Directors and holds the position of immediate Past President. Mark co-founded the Men’s Resource Center of Western MA, a unique organization which developed state-certified domestic violence intervention services.
Mark lectures, trains and consults locally, nationally, and internationally on topics including treatment for problematic anger, hostility & violent behavior; problem behaviors; trauma; family conflict; men’s issues; the needs of combat veterans and their families; and the impact of social stigma and oppression.
This workshop is based on Mark's new book that was published in August 2016.
Course Description. Cultural experiences and societal dynamics, for better or worse, are fundamental dimensions of every human being's life and should be integrated into a general clinical approach. The impact of culturally based trauma can be understood and treated effectively with added awareness and specific strategies throughout the 8-Phase EMDR treatment approach. This workshop will help identify client manifestations of internalized stigma, oppression, and externalized prejudice towards others as they link to client difficulties. Keys to assessment, preparation, and target selection will be covered. Research-supported information and theory from the fiels of social psychology and social work will be integrated within the AIP model to predict the profound and unique capacity that EMDR therapy offers for addressing culturally-based trauma. Relevant theory and practical strategies will be illuminated by case examples including clips from video-taped clinical sessions.
Cost. The cost of the training is $335. (This is the Early Bird discount if registered by September 16. After that time, the cost will be $385.)
Eligibility Requirements for Attendees. This workshop is limited to EMDR trained therapists who have completed EMDR Therapy Basic Training (Part 1 & Part 2, w/consultation) from an EMDRIA Approved trainer (to include the EMDR Institute and HAP/Trauma Recovery). Note: If verification of completion of the EMDR Therapy Basic Training cannot be obtained from the EMDRIA or EMDR Institute’s websites, participants will need to fax, mail, or e-mail a copy of the certificate of completion to the workshop sponsor: Brenda Rohren; Behavioral Health Resources, LLC; 7441 O Street, Suite 107; Lincoln, Nebraska 68510; Tel: 402.486.1101; Fax: 402.486.4342; firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the winner is not already a member of the Southeast Nebraska EMDRIA Regional Network, s/he is asked to join. (Individuals who have won a membership in the past 12 months and Behavioral Health Resources personnel are ineligible for this drawing.)
CEUs. The workshop has been approved for 12 EMDRIA credits and 12 criminogenic CEUs for Nebraska Registered Service Providers. CEUs are also available for mental health clinicians.
REGISTRATION. Registration and workshop coordination is provided by the Training for Addiction Professionals (TAP) Program. Click on the button below to access the Online Registration link located on the left side menu of the TAP website. You will need to create an account by using your e-mail address and password, then select "Special Trainings." Registration is limited to 30 participants.
- Full refund if cancel within 72 hours of registration
- Refund less $90 if cancel after 72 hours of registration
- No refund if cancel or no show after the training begins
Workshop Schedule. October 14-15, 2016 (Friday & Saturday) 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Registration is from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. each day.)
EMDRIA Website. Click here to view the event as posted on the EMDRIA website.
Need a Hotel? Because we contract with the Training for Addiction Professionals (TAP) Program for the workshop site, attendees at our workshops are eligible for discounted rates at the New Victorian Inn & Suites, located in close proximity to the workshop site (at 225 N. 50th Street). Mention that you are attending a TAP training when you register and you will receive the discounted rates: $54.99 + taxes for a King Suite and $64.99 for a Double Queen Suite.
Mark is also the author of The Wounds Within, an expose on the challenges for war veterans and their families. To order the book on-line from Mark's website, click here.