Southeast Nebraska EMDRIA Regional Network

How to build an EMDR Adjunctive Therapy Program at a Community Mental Health Agency

  • October 21, 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • 13609 California St, Room Webster 1 - Omaha NE

Attend in Person or via Live Stream

About the Trainers:   

Cyndi and Ben co-coordinate the Lutheran Family Services statewide EMDR Therapy program

Their work on this topic was published in the EMDRIA Journal  of EMDR Practice and Research.  (Click here to obtain a copy of the article.) 

In addition, they were presenters  at the EMDRIA 2015 Conference.

Cyndi Muhlbauer, M.A., LIMHP  earned her Master of Arts Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2002. She is an EMDR therapist who specializes in treating complex trauma, trauma-related issues and work/school performance enhancement. Cyndi is also a Certified Trauma Professional (CTP) and a Diplomate Level Member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.

Ben Czyz, M.S., LIMHP  earned his Master of Science in Community Counseling at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2004. He is specializes in the treatment of a range of mental health issues, including complex trauma. Ben has worked at Lutheran Family Services since 2004.

Course Description.  EMDR therapy can be implemented as an adjunctive therapy in agencies, taking advantage of agency strengths and minimizing weaknesses. The focus is on working effectively and purposefully to ensure best treatment for clients and less burnout for clinicians. Integrating EMDR therapy into an “Active Ingredients” approach creates an effective and comprehensive program.

Take advantage of agency strengths and minimize weaknesses so that clients who need it most have access to this evidence-based treatment. 

Learn how to:

  • Implement an adjunctive EMDR therapy approach in your agency    
  • Reduce or eliminate barriers to treatment for indigent populations
  • Improve positive outcomes and reduce client "no call/no shows"

Cost.  The cost of the training is  $189.   The cost for individuals working in non-profit agencies and who attend in person is $99.  (This is a reduction from the original cost of $169.  Cost for Live Stream remains at $169.  You will need to verify  your employment status during the registration process. )          

Eligibility Requirements for Attendees.   All mental health clinicians are welcome.  No EMDR therapy training is required. 

REGISTRATION.   Click on the buttons below to register:

In Person Attandance       Live Stream


Brochure.  Click here to obtain the brochure.      

Workshop Sponsor.  

CEUs.  The workshop has been approved for 6 CEUs.  The cost for CEUs is $10.00.  You will receive an e-mail approximately 2-3 weeks after the training including a  keycode and directions on how to apply for the CEUs. * 

EMDRIA credits are pending.  (EMDRIA credits not valid for partially trained EMDR therapists or non-EMDR therapists.) 

Cancellation Policy.  Refer to the workshop brochure.  The cancellation policy is also reviewed during the on-line registration process.     

EMDRIA Website.  To be posted on the EMDRIA website once EMDRIA credits are approved..   

* is approved by APA, ASWB, NAADAC and numerous state boards to provide CE's forProfessional and Mental Health Counselors.  This course is not available for NBCC credit.  It is the responsibility of the licensed professional to check with their board.  For information about current approvals, click here    

For more information contact: 

Tracy Rams at HAP/Trauma Recovery (203-288-4450, ext. 20)

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