Southeast Nebraska EMDRIA Regional Network

Events

This page lists EMDR therapy events in Nebraska that are sponsored by a variety of organizations.  If you are aware of an event that could be posted to our website, contact the Regional Coordinator, Brenda Rohren, at brenda@sene-emdria.org.  

Upcoming Events

    • April 06, 2018
    • 8:00 AM (CDT)
    • June 25, 2018
    • 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • UNL East Campus (Home Economics Building, Room 142) - Lincoln Nebraska
               The dates of the training are April 6-8, 2018 and June 1-3, 2018
    About the Trainers . . . . 

    Jill Archer, MS, NCC, LIMHP is an experienced EMDR clinician, consultant, and trainer, with EMDRIA approved EMDR Training as well as "Basics of EMDR with Children and Adolescents". She has been the EMDRIA Peer Study Group Coordinator in Omaha since 2012 and the EMDR Nebraska Regional Network Coordinator since 2014.  She completed EMDR training in 2004 and has used it with children, adolescents and adults.  Jill draws on attachment theory, ego state therapy, play therapy, filial therapy and other approaches to support a rich therapeutic process.  Jill was Coordinator of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Community Counseling Clinic from 2000-2003 and has worked in private practice since 2003.

    Gary Scarborough, MEd, LPC, LIMHP has over 20 years as a Therapist and has been using EMDR since 2002. He has put EMDR into use extensively in a play therapy environment with ‘littles’, children 12 and under primarily, as well as with adolescents, adults and clients diagnosed with Serious Mental Illness. Gary has worked in a wide variety of environments: private practice, community mental health agency, human service settings, court referred clients, school based, and day treatment, the majority in rural environments. He has extensive experience with EMDR Training. As well, in conjunction with Jill, developed the curriculum and taught “Basics of EMDR with Children and Adolescents”. Gary also has taught the Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP or Butterfly Hug Protocol) and the Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents (PRECI).            

    This is the complete EMDR Therapy Basic Training  (Parts 1 & 2) approved by the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) and includes an additional 10 hours of consultation.  Participants will learn the EMDR therapy approach, the basic eight-phase EMDR protocol, the Adaptive Information Processing Model, and how to incorporate EMDR therapy into your practice.  This course will consist of didactic presentations, live demonstrations, supervised practicum, and case consultations. Participants must attend the full training and participate in 10 hours of consultation to receive a certificate of completion in EMDR Basic Training.  Five 2-hour consultation groups will be provided by the trainer, included in the cost of the training. If other dates or times are needed to make up for the consultation hours, attendees can either schedule separate consultation with the trainer (or an EMDRIA approved Consultant or Consultant-in-Training with prior approval of the trainer, typically at the attendees cost).  Approval of partial programs will not be granted.
      
    Cost.  The cost of the training is $1,400 and includes both weekends (Part 1 and Part 2) and 10 hours of required consultation.  (Cost is $1,100 for students and clinicians working full-time ine a non-profit agency.)     
     
    What is an EMDR Therapy Basic Training?  Prior to 2007, clinicians were identified as Level I EMDR therapists after completing the first weekend of training and identified as Level II EMDR therapists after completion of the second weekend of training.  The requirements changed in 2007 and now a clinician cannot be identified as an EMDR therapist until completion of both weekends of training as well as 10 hours of consultation with an Approved Consultant (and received the certificate of completion from the trainer).  For information about the EMDRIA approved Basic Training curriculum, click hereNote:  Beginning January 1, 2017 participants who begin the EMDR Therapy Basic Training must complete the entire training within 24 months from their initial start date unless there are extraordinary circumstances.
     
    Eligibility Requirements for Attendees.  This training is appropriate for licensed mental health professionals as well as graduate students and interns.  (Acceptance of graduate students will be determined by the presenter of this Basic Training, Gary Scarborough, after verification of eligibility has been received.)  To obtain specific information about eligibility, click here.
         
    Workshop Sponsor.  The workshop is sponsored by  EMDR Support Network (Clarksville, Arkansas).  For more information about the training, contact Gary Scarborough at gary.d.scarborough@gmail.com.  
          
    CEUs. Refer to the registration form and brochure for informatioan.     

    Registration.   Click here for the registration form. 

    Cancellation Policy   Refer to the registration form and brochure for information.

    Workshop Schedule.  April 6-8, 2018 and June 1-3, 2018.  Friday & Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.    

    Required Reading.  Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures (3rd ed.) by Francine Shapiro, Ph.D.  (Read at least Chapters 3-8.)  Click here for purchasing information.
     
    EMDRIA Website.  To view the posting on the EMDRIA website, click here. 

    Consultation Sessions via Teleconference or Videoconference.   The cost of registration includes five 2-hour consultation sessions with the trainers, Gary Scarborough and Jill Archer, and will occur after the first and second weekends of training.  Consultation provides an opportunity for the integration of the theory of EMDR along with the development of EMDR therapy skills. During consultation, trainees receive individualized feedback and instruction in the areas of case conceptualization, client readiness, target selection, treatment planning, specific application of skills, and the integration of EMDR therapy into clinical practice. Consultation is about real cases and not experiences that occur in practicum. 

    This meeting is held in facilities which are in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act.  Please contact Gary Scarborough at gary.d.scarborough@gmail.com if special accommodations are required.

    • April 06, 2018
    • 8:00 AM (CDT)
    • August 19, 2018
    • 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • Hilton Omaha, 1001 Cass St - Omaha, Nebraska
               The dates of the training are April 6-8, 2018 and August 17-19, 2018
    About the Trainers . . . . 

    Alicia Avila Outcalt, LCSW, is a clinician in private practice treating adults with a wide array of problems from psychiatric disorders and trauma to general life stressors.  Her specialties include acculturation issues including LGBT. Ms. Avila is a former clinical instructor for the University of California, San Diego, department of psychiatry.  She co-authored the article “A Dual Diagnosis Demonstration Project: Treatment Outcomes and Cost Analysis” published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. She is a teacher and trainer presenting at local and international conferences on mental illness, addiction, and cultural competence with over 20 years of experience.  Ms. Avila is bilingual and bicultural, originally from Mexico City..

    Gerald Puk, PhD, specializes in treating dissociative disorders, adult survivors of abuse, and victims of acute trauma and personal injury. He is a forensic consultant and expert witness in personal injury and motor vehicle trauma; he serves as a consultant to the New York State Education Department..            

    This is the EMDR Therapy Basic Training  (Parts 1 & 2) approved by the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) and does not include the required additional 10 hours of consultation.  Participants will learn the EMDR therapy approach, the basic eight-phase EMDR protocol, the Adaptive Information Processing Model, and how to incorporate EMDR therapy into your practice.  This course will consist of didactic presentations, live demonstrations, supervised practicum, and case consultations. Participants must attend the full training and participate in 10 hours of consultation to receive a certificate of completion in EMDR Basic Training.  The 10 hours of consultation need to be completed with an EMDRIA Approved Consultant who is also approved by the EMDR Institute.  
      
    Cost & Registration.  Click here for information on the EMDR Institute's website (i.e., the workshop sponsor).     
     
    What is an EMDR Therapy Basic Training?  Prior to 2007, clinicians were identified as Level I EMDR therapists after completing the first weekend of training and identified as Level II EMDR therapists after completion of the second weekend of training.  The requirements changed in 2007 and now a clinician cannot be identified as an EMDR therapist until completion of both weekends of training as well as 10 hours of consultation with an Approved Consultant (and received the certificate of completion from the trainer).  For information about the EMDRIA approved Basic Training curriculum, click hereNote:  Beginning January 1, 2017 participants who begin the EMDR Therapy Basic Training must complete the entire training within 24 months from their initial start date unless there are extraordinary circumstances.
     
    Eligibility Requirements for Attendees.  This training is appropriate for licensed mental health professionals as well as graduate students and interns.  (Acceptance of graduate students will be determined by the presenter of this Basic Training (the EMDR Institute) after verification of eligibility has been received.)  To obtain specific information about eligibility, click here.
         
    Workshop Sponsor.  The workshop is sponsored by
     the EMDR Institute.   

    Workshop Schedule.  April 6-8, 2018 and August 17-19, 2018.  Friday & Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Contact  Ardi Schoonover at (402) 393-8277 for information about the exact start and end times for each day. 

    Required Reading.  Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures (3rd ed.) by Francine Shapiro, Ph.D.  (Read at least Chapters 3-8.)  Click here for purchasing information.

    EMDRIA Website.  To view the posting on the EMDRIA website, click here for the Part 1 training and click here for the Part 2 training.

    This meeting is held in facilities which are in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act.  Please contact Ardi Schoonover at (402) 393-8277 iif special accommodations are required.

    • April 20, 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • April 22, 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • Livestream

    RTEP, GTEP and PRECI are the

    most researched protocols and widely taught

    EMDR Intervention following exposure to trauma.

    Global Summit Conference:

    all times are indicated in PDT

    PRE-SUMMIT TRAINING SESSION

    April 19: 
    EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (EMDR-IGTP) Adapted for Ongoing Traumatic Stress and EMDR Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents and Ongoing Traumatic Stress (EMDR-PRECI)

    Presented by Ignacio Jarero, PhD, EdD

    9:00 am to 5:15 pm

    Note: Training only offered at the conference site in Natick, MA

    Click here to learn more.



    GLOBAL SUMMIT CONFERENCE

    April 20-22: 

    EMDR Early Intervention and Crisis Response: Current Practices, Research Findings, Global Needs and Future Directions

    Join us on-site in Natick, MA or via livestream/delayed viewing.

    Scroll down to learn more or click here to register.

    POST-SUMMIT TRAINING SESSIONS

    Presented by Elan Shapiro, PsyD 
    9:00 am to 5:15 pm both days

    April 23: 
    The EMDR Recent-Traumatic Episode Protocol (EMDR R-TEP) - A Comprehensive Approach for Early EMDR Intervention (EEI)

    Click here to learn more.

    April 24: The EMDR Group Traumatic Episode Protocol (G-TEP)

    Click here to learn more.

    Note: Trainings only offered at the conference site in Natick, MA


    EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: MARCH 15

    PARTICIPATION ON-SITE OR VIA LIVESTREAM AND DISTANCE LEARNING

    Friday - Sunday
    April 20-22. 2018

    Crowne Plaza Boston-Natick Hotel
    1360 Worcester St, Natick, MA 01760

    CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND TO REGISTER


    Ways to participate:


    Options to participate via (i) on-site attendance, (ii) remote livestream, or (iii) edited video recording 


    Conference proceeds will support GIST-T's efforts to bring EI services 'to scale' at a global level and to support related research


    THE NEED:

    All over the world, traumatizing events and conditions (war, domestic terrorism, criminal violence, natural disasters, poverty, diseases, accidents and more) are extensive and ongoing. Massive unmet needs for trauma relief exist. EMDR-based Early Intervention (EMDR-EI) protocols allow much larger numbers of traumatized people to receive effective services. Therefore EMDR-EI offers an exciting opportunity to meet these needs, both among well-resourced and disadvantaged populations.

    EMDR Therapy has, over the past 25 years, established itself as a top-level treatment for PTSD- in a clinical setting. However, EMDR methods are increasingly being applied as part of early interventions following traumatic events, by individual practitioners and by organizational services. Whether it's individual clinicians or agencies treating their clients, or big projects serving groups of people in humanitarian settings, EMDR-EI offers the potential for large-scale trauma relief. To realize that potential requires greater articulation and understanding of EMDR-based methods among EMDR practitioners and other stakeholders, increased collaboration among professional leaders and researchers, and skillful adaptations to local realities.

    THE PURPOSE:

    This conference will be a first-ever global teaching-learning event to present leading EMDR-EI methods, research and implementation practices. Presenters at the conference are pioneers in the realm of EMDR-EI and will speak to the needs of individual EMDR practitioners, humanitarian aid workers, and researchers. Participants will be informed about (i) cutting edge developments in individual and group protocols, (ii) results from a wide range of organized intervention services and projects, and (iii) special interventions for first responders. This teaching-learning event will also offer optional special EMDR-EI training opportunities for EMDR professionals, given by two innovators in the field, Dr. Elan Shapiro and Dr. Nacho Jarero and over 30 other presenters.

    The conference will also hear first-hand experiences concerning ground-breaking task sharing, with allied professional and non-specialist involvement, especially in under-resourced regions. As a means to scale up the novel resources offered by EMDR-EI, simplified protocols and the safe engagement of allied professionals and non-specialists will be discussed. Moderated panel presentations will highlight and integrate new findings into guidelines for day-to-day practices in high- and low- to middle-income countries.

    Overall, this conference is designed to increase awareness, improve clinical skills, promote research, and to foster collaborative development of effective EMDR-EI. This conference also serves as a call to action to bring the benefits of EMDR-EI to a much greater number of people everywhere.

    Attendance options include on-site, via livestream, or via delayed viewing of the recorded conference.

    EMDRearlyintervention.com


    This conference is for you if:

    • A clinician interested in EMDR-EI as a specialization
    • A manager wanting to establish EMDR- EI services within an agency
    • A clinician or organization who wants to treat first-responders and active duty military more effectively
    • A humanitarian or military leader interested in making EMDR-EI available in under-resourced regions of the world
    • An EMDR regional leader committed to building regional capacity for professional and/or volunteer EMDR-EI services
    • A researcher interested in designing and/or conducting EMDR-EI research
    • A private clinician or agency interested in assisting with research data collection for EMDR-EI
    • A humanitarian stakeholder, NGO representative, allied professional, or donor interested in learning about EMDR-based EI services for traumatic events

    Conference Format:

     

    Single track, everyone in the same room participation to build a shared knowledge base

     

    Variety of learning formats, including panel presentations, moderated discussions, and 'in the moment' moderator commentary

     

    Opportunities for special interest groups' discussions, and time for informal meetings with colleagues

    Topic Highlights:


    EMDR-EI as a recent innovation in trauma care
    Empowering therapists with latest EI protocols, both for individual clients and groups

    Strengthening capacities of EMDR community response networks

    Exploring the EI potential for expanding services and achieving greater reach 
    EMDR-EI research results and future directions

    Specials:


    EMDRIA approved and professional Continuing Education Credits (CEs)

    Conference proceeds will support GIST-T's efforts to bring EI services 'to scale' at a global level and to support related research


    Discounted rates for EMDR EI volunteers, regional leaders, groups and more



    CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND TO REGISTER

    • April 28, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (CDT)
    • 4600 Valley Road, Classroom 1 - Lincoln Nebraska
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    "Updated MID Analysis 4.0 and Expanded MID Manual"

    The maximum of 30 attendees have registered as of April 10, 2018.

    Verification of eligibilty is being obtained from 1 attendee. 

    To have your name placed on a waiting list, click on the Join waitlist button (at the left)


      Presented by:

    D. Michael Coy, MA, LICSW

    remote presentation from Seattle via videoconference

     Meeting Agenda 

      10:00 am  -  Registration w/ refreshments

      10:15 am  -  Welcome & overview of our Regional Network

      10:30 am  -  "Updated MID Analysis 4.0 and Expanded MID Manual"

      12:00 pm  -  Lunch break   

      12:30 pm  -  Consultation regarding MID and MID Analysis    

       2:00 pm   -  workshop ends

    Snacks provided (or bring your own lunch)

        Approved for 3 EMDRIA credits (Approval #RC15001-04)   

    Workshop Objectives.  The Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation (MID) is a valuable assessment tool for EMDR therapists to determine the presence of  pathological dissociation and readiness for desensitization.  This workshop was originally presented at the 2017 EMDRIA Conference in Bellevue, Washington in August 2017 and was the introduction to the EMRIA community of the updated MID Analysis (v4.0) and MID Manual (2nd edition).   Updates include DSM-5 verbiage, bug/layout fixes, and an illustrated guide to reading and interpreting the MID Report.  Detailed instructions, clinical interview tips, case examples, and use in consultation will be reviewed.   Click here to view the detailed description of the content and objectives.

    Presenter D. Michael Coy, MA, LICSW, is a Seattle-based therapist whose treatment interests include pre-verbal and attachment trauma, addictions/compulsions, and complex trauma and the dissociative disorders. Michael began collaborating with co-presenter Jennifer Madere, MA, and Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation (MID) developer Paul F. Dell, PhD, in 2016 to overhaul the MID Analysis and MID Manual. Michael is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant, has basic training in clinical hypnosis through ASCH, and is also training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. He is a member of EMDRIA’s Standards & Training and ISSTD’s Marketing & Communications committees, and was recently elected to ISSTD’s Board of Directors.

    Eligibility Requirements.  This workshop is limited to partially and fully trained EMDR therapists.  All members of our Regional Network are eligible to attendFor other attendees, If verification of completion of the EMDR Therapy Basic Training cannot be obtained from the EMDR Institute's website, participants will need to fax, mail, or e-mail a copy of the certificate of completion to the Regional Coordinator:  Brenda Rohren; c/o 7441 O Street, Suite 107; Lincoln, Nebraska 68510; Tel: (402) 486-1101; Fax: (402) 486-4342; brenda@sene-emdria.org.

    Cost and Registration.  Thanks to our corporate sponsor (Behavioral Health Resources, LLC), there is no cost for this event.  To register, click on the "Register" icon to the left.  If you are already a Regional Network member, log in to your account before registering.   Registration is limited to 30 attendees.   

    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. 

    Location 

    The Regional Network meeting will be held in Classroom 1 at 4600 Valley Road (Lincoln, Nebraska).  Click here to view a map. 

     

    For more information, contact our Regional Coordinator, Brenda Rohren, at (402) 486-1101 or brenda@sene-emdria.org.

    This meeting is held in facilities which are in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act.  Please contact Brenda Rohren at  brenda@sene-emdria.org if special accommodations are required.

    updated 4-20-18

Past Events

December 02, 2017 Regional Network Meeting - "Use of Cognitive Interweaves in EMDR Therapy"
November 03, 2017 "The Dance of Attachment" - EMDR Advanced Traininig
October 14, 2017 Regional Network Meeting - Study Group
October 02, 2017 "Deeper Connections: EMDR with Couples & Families"
August 24, 2017 2017 EMDRIA Conference - Bellvue, Washington
April 08, 2017 Regional Network Meeting - "EMDR Therapy: State of the Art 2017"
April 07, 2017 Ego State Therapy and Trauma: Easy EGO State Interventions
November 19, 2016 Regional Network Meeting - "Common Mistakes in EMDR Therapy"
November 04, 2016 Healing the Wounds of Attachment & Rebuilding Self
October 21, 2016 How to build an EMDR Adjunctive Therapy Program at a Community Mental Health Agency
October 14, 2016 Cultural Competence and Healing Culturally-Based Trauma with EMDR Therapy
October 07, 2016 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2 w/ consultation
August 25, 2016 2016 EMDRIA Conference
June 24, 2016 EMDR Therapy: Overview & Adaptations for Children
June 24, 2016 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2 w/ consultation
June 03, 2016 EMDR Therapy Part 2 & Refresher Course w/ consultation
March 19, 2016 Regional Network Meeting - "Using EMDR Therapy with Children"
February 10, 2016 Healing Trauma: EMDR as an Adjunctive Treatment to Primary Therapy
January 23, 2016 Regional Network Meeting - "EMDR Therapy w/ Military Veterans" - live stream workshop
December 12, 2015 Regional Network Meeting - Video of EMDR therapy session & Study Group
November 13, 2015 Breaking the Cycle: A Comprehensive EMDR Therapy Approach to Problem Behaviors
October 23, 2015 EMDR Therapy Boot Camp
October 09, 2015 EMDR Integrative Attachment Trauma Protocol for Children
October 09, 2015 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2 w/ consultation
August 27, 2015 2015 EMDRIA Conference - Philadelphia
July 24, 2015 Part 2 of EMDR Basic Training - for clinicians in nonprofit agencies
July 24, 2015 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2 w/ consultation
May 16, 2015 Feeling State Addiction Protocol (FSAP) for EMDR Therapy
May 09, 2015 Working with Adults with Preverbal Trauma: How to Write an Effective Therapeutic Story and Integrate It with EMDR
April 17, 2015 Introduction to EMDR Therapy & Addiction Protocols
March 20, 2015 Part 1 of EMDR Basic Training - for clinicians in nonprofit agencies
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