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

    • October 27, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:45 PM (CDT)
    • 4830 Wilshire Blvd; Lincoln, Nebraska
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    Meeting Agenda 

      9:45 am  -  Registration w/ refreshments

     10:00 am  -  Welcome & Overview of our Regional Network

     10:15 am  -  "EMDR Therapy:  Working With Grief"

     12:45 pm  -  workshop ends

        Approved for 2.5 EMDRIA credits  (Approval #RC15001-05)  

    Agenda.  During the workshop, we will view the 50-minute video, "EMDR Therapy:  Working With Grief" which is an EMDR therapy session demonstration with an actual client.  The EMDR therapist is the Francine Shapiro, Ph.D. (i.e., the founder of EMDR therapy).  Prior to viewing the video, we'll first review the EMDR therapy Standard Protocol (i.e., 8-Phase Protocol and 3-Prong Approach), then apply this knowledge to a critique of the video following the viewing.  This is an excellent refresher for all EMDR therapists regarding effective application EMDR therapy.

    Presenter Brenda Rohren, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC is a Certified EMDR therapist, EMDRIA Approved Consultant-in-Training, and our Regional Coordinator.  She has been a member of EMDRIA since 2010.  Because of her commitment to the practice and advancement of EMDR therapy, Brenda was active on several EMDRIA Administrative Committees until her election to the EMDRIA Board of Directors.  (This includes Chair of the Membership Committee and Chair of the Public Practice & Diversity Subcommittee.)  Brenda served on the EMDRIA Board of Directors from 2014-2016 and served several Board committees: Chair of Structure, Function, & Bylaws (SF&B) Committee; Audit Committee; and Ownership Linkage Committee.  She was the Secretary of the Board of Directors in 2015.  From 2016-2017, she served on the Veteran's Task Force and has served on the Regional Network Task Group since early January 2018.  Brenda is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). 

    Brenda is the President of Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Services include management consulting for CARF accreditation and outpatient treatment for co-occurring disorders. (The outpatient programs are CARF-accredited.  The organization is a licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Center.)  Brenda is a licensed mental health and substance abuse professional who has worked in the behavioral health field for 32 years (all levels of care from outpatient to inpatient.)

    Description of the EMDR Therapy Session

    Dr. Shapiro demonstrates the 8-Phase Protocol with Angie, a recovering addict struggling with the sudden loss of her lover.  As the session opens, Angie, a real client, believes that she is to blame for her lover’s death. By its close, she has made significant strides toward her own goal of lessening the pain without numbing herself with more drugs.  At the heart of the interviews is Dr. Shapiro’s use of EMDR therapy for linking past experiences, present-day triggers for the memories, and the new learning that needs to occur for adaptive resolution of the trauma. Viewers watch as Dr. Shapiro encourages Angie to call up target memories, hold them, allow associated thoughts and feelings to surface, and then let them go.

    Francine Shapiro, PhD, the originator and developer of EMDR therapy, is:  Senior Research Fellow Emeritus at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, California; Executive Director of the EMDR Institute in Watsonville, California; and founder and President Emeritus of the Trauma Recovery/EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs, a nonprofit organization that coordinates disaster response and pro bono trainings worldwide. She is a recipient of the International Sigmund Freud Award for distinguished contribution to psychotherapy, presented by the City of Vienna in conjunction with the World Council for Psychotherapy; the Award for Outstanding Contributions to Practice in Trauma Psychology from Division 56 of the American Psychological Association; and the Distinguished Scientific Achievement in Psychology Award from the California Psychological Association. Dr. Shapiro was designated as one of the “Cadre of Experts” of the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association Joint Initiative on Ethnopolitical Warfare and has served as advisor to a wide variety of trauma treatment and outreach organizations and journals. She has been an invited speaker at psychology conferences worldwide and has written and coauthored more than 90 articles, chapters, and books about EMDR therapy.

    Objectives:
    1. Review of the EMDR therapy 8-Phase Standard Protocol, 3-Prong Approach, and AIP model.
    2. How to identify an appropriate core Negative Cognition (NC) and the first target for EMDR therapy reprocessing. 
    3. Identifying an appropriate Present Trigger and Future Template
    4. Identify 9 obstacles to EMDR therapy reprocessing.
    5. How to identify and address blocking beliefs
    6. Learn one method for note-taking during an EMDR therapy reprocessing session

    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, login to your account before registering.   Registration is limited to 13 attendees.  

    Posting on EMDRIA WebsiteClick here to view the posting of this Regional Network event on the EMDRIA website. 

    Location 

    The Regional Network meeting will be held in the conference room at the Wilshire Business Suites located at 4830 Wilshire Blvd. (Lincoln, Nebraska).  Click Click herehere to view a map.   (The building is located about .5 mile north of the intersection of 48th & O Streets.)

     

    Note:  Due to the closure of the Training for Addiction Professionals (TAP) program on June 30, 2018, we are no longer able to reserve rooms on Saturdays at the Lincoln Medical Education Partnership (LMEP) location at 4600 Valley Road (Lincoln, Nebraska) where our Regional Network meetings have been held since 2015.

    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.

    Our Corporate Sponsor is:

     

    updated 10-17-18

    • December 01, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:45 PM (CST)
    • 4830 Wilshire Blvd; Lincoln, Nebraska
    • 5
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    Meeting Agenda 

      9:45 am  -  Registration w/ refreshments

     10:00 am  -  Welcome & Overview of our Regional Network

     10:15 am  "Use of Ego State Therapy and Preparation for EMDR Therapy"

    11:00 am -    "Interventions for EMDR Therapists:  Helping Dysregulated Dissociative
                             Clients to Self-Soothe"  - on-demand webinar

    12:30 pm  -  Discussion about the webinar

    12:45 pm  -  workshop ends  

    Agenda.  During the workshop, we will view the 90-minute on-demand (i.e,. pre-recorded) webinar, "Interventions for EMDR Therapists: Helping Dysregulated, Dissociative Clients Learn to Self-Soothe" presented by Shirley Jean Schmidt, MA, LPC.   Following the webinar, our Regional Coordinator, Brenda Rohren, will discuss the importance of identifying dissociative symptoms, provide a brief overview of Ego State Therapy, and review when Ego State Therapy should be used before (and in preparation for) EMDR therapy.

    Presenter Brenda Rohren, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC is a Certified EMDR therapist, EMDRIA Approved Consultant-in-Training, and our Regional Coordinator.  She has been a member of EMDRIA since 2010.  Because of her commitment to the practice and advancement of EMDR therapy, Brenda was active on several EMDRIA Administrative Committees until her election to the EMDRIA Board of Directors.  (This includes Chair of the Membership Committee and Chair of the Public Practice & Diversity Subcommittee.)  Brenda served on the EMDRIA Board of Directors from 2014-2016 and served several Board committees: Chair of Structure, Function, & Bylaws (SF&B) Committee; Audit Committee; and Ownership Linkage Committee.  She was the Secretary of the Board of Directors in 2015.  From 2016-2017, she served on the Veteran's Task Force and has served on the Regional Network Task Group since early January 2018.  Brenda is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). 

    Brenda is the President of Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Services include management consulting for CARF accreditation and outpatient treatment for co-occurring disorders. (The outpatient programs are CARF-accredited.  The organization is a licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Center.)  Brenda is a licensed mental health and substance abuse professional who has worked in the behavioral health field for 32 years (all levels of care from outpatient to inpatient.)

    Webinar Presenter

    Shirley Jean Schmidt, MA, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She was trained in EMDR in 1995. She’s a former EMDRIA-Approved Consultant. She began integrating EMDR with ego state therapy in the late 90s – inspiring her to develop a complementary therapy approach, the Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS). She has published many professional articles in the EMDRIA Newsletter, and given several presentations at EMDRIA conferences about integrating EMDR with ego state therapy. She holds the patent on the TheraTapper™ – an EMDR tapping device. She recently expanded her DNMS model to include these powerful stabilizing interventions. 

    Description of the Webinar
       
     
    "Our dysregulated, dissociative clients are often triggered – overwhelmed by sudden surges of painful emotions that are difficult to manage. Many live life lurching from one triggering episode to the next. This kind of constant, unmanaged, emotional upheaval puts safe and effective EMDR therapy out of reach. But clients can learn to manage these surges of painful emotions. This webinar teaches a series of supportive ego state therapy interventions – consistent with Porges’ Polyvagal Theory and Shapiro’s Adaptive Information Processing Model – that you can use to calm triggered clients in session, and clients can use on their own, when they’re triggered between sessions. When applied repeatedly over time, triggering episodes happen less often, have less peak intensity, and resolve more quickly. When clients are finally able to self-soothe, EMDR therapy trauma processing becomes an option."
    Workshop Objectives:
    1. Learn about the importance of identifying dissociative symptoms when considering EMDR therapy     
    2. Learn about Ego State Therapy
    3. Identify when Ego State Therapy should be employed before using EMDR therapy  
    4. Identify at least three ways to calm dysregulated clients when triggered during therapy sessions

    Click here to obtain the detailed outline and objectives for the 90-minute webinar.

    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, login to your account before registering.   Registration is limited to 12 attendees

    Handouts: 

    • EMDRIA Definition of EMDR therapy
    • EMDR Case Flow Sheet
    • Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS) handout by Shirley Jean Schmidt, M.A., LPC
    • “Internal Conference Room Ego-State Therapy and the Resolution of Double Binds:  Preparing clients for EMDR trauma processing” - reprint from the 1998 EMDRIA Newsletter by Shirley Jean Schmidt, M.A., LPC
    • "Integrating EMDR and Ego State Treatment for Trauma" (Forgash & Knipe)
    • "Interventions for EMDR Therapists:  Helping Dysregulated, Dissociative Clients Learn to Self-Soothe“ –  webinar objectives

    EMDRIA Credits and Certificate of Completion:  

    • EMDRIA credits are pending for the 1-hour presentation by Brenda Rohren  
      • Attendees to this Regional Network meeting who attend the entire 2.5 hour workshop will be provided a certificate of completion at the end of the workshop (to include 1 hour of EMDRIA credits, if approved)     
    • The on-demand webinar presented by Shirley Jean Schmidt has been approved for 1.5 hours of EMDRIA credits.   *          
      • The webinar handouts and 1.5 EMDRIA credits are available directly from the presenter at a discounted cost of $60.
      • Attendees to this Regional Network meeting who attend the entire 2.5 hour workshop will be provided the registration information following the workshop to obtain the webinar handouts and certificate of completion for 1.5 EMDRIA credits.
    • *  NOTE:  The webinar is being shown at our Regional Network meeting with special  permission from Shirley Jean Schmidt.


    • Partial credit will not be provided.  Attendees need to be present for the entire 2.5 hours in order to be eligible for EMDRIA credits and certificates of completion.

    Posting on EMDRIA WebsiteClick here to view the posting of this Regional Network event on the EMDRIA website.

    Location 

    The Regional Network meeting will be held in the conference room at the Wilshire Business Suites located at 4830 Wilshire Blvd. (Lincoln, Nebraska).  Click here to view a map.   (The building is located about .5 mile north of the intersection of 48th & O Streets.)

     

    Note:  Due to the closure of the Training for Addiction Professionals (TAP) program on June 30, 2018, we are no longer able to reserve rooms on Saturdays at the Lincoln Medical Education Partnership (LMEP) location at 4600 Valley Road (Lincoln, Nebraska) where our Regional Network meetings have been held since 2015.

    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.

    Our Corporate Sponsor is:

     

    updated 10-17-18 
    • January 11, 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (CST)
    • 7441 O Street, Suite 107 - Lincoln, Nebraska
    • 3
    Register

    January 11,  2019

    Meeting Agenda 

      1:00 pm  -  Welcome & overview of our Regional Network

      1:10 pm  -  Study group*   facilitated by Brenda Rohren

      2:30 pm  -  meeting ends

    not approved for EMDRIA credits

    >>   registration limited to 6 attendees   <<

    * Study Group.  Eligible participants are partially and fully trained EMDR therapists.  The group discusses cases (with no PHI) regarding the use of EMDR therapy.  Participants obtain feedback from each other to improve their clinical skills and demonstrate fidelity to approved EMDR therapy protocols.  This Study Group is not consultation cannot be used to document consultation hours towards EMDRIA certification.   

    Study Group Facilitator.   Brenda Rohren, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC is a Certified EMDR therapistEMDRIA Approved Consultant-in-Training, and our Regional Coordinator.  She has been a member of EMDRIA since 2010.  Because of her commitment to the practice and advancement of EMDR therapy, Brenda was active on several EMDRIA Administrative Committees until her election to the EMDRIA Board of Directors.  (This includes Chair of the Membership Committee and Chair of the Public Practice & Diversity Subcommittee.)  Brenda served on the EMDRIA Board of Directors from 2014-2016 and served several Board committees: Chair of Structure, Function, & Bylaws (SF&B) Committee; Audit Committee; and Ownership Linkage Committee.  She was the Secretary of the Board of Directors in 2015.  From 2016-2017, she served on the Veteran's Task Force and has served on the Regional Network Task Group since early January 2018.  Brenda is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). 

    Brenda is the President of Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Services include management consulting for CARF accreditation and outpatient treatment for co-occurring disorders. (The outpatient programs are CARF-accredited.)  Brenda is a licensed mental health and substance abuse professional who has worked in the behavioral health field for 32 years (all levels of care from outpatient to inpatient.)

    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, login to your account before registering.   Registration is limited to 6 attendees.  

    Location 

    The Regional Network meeting will be held at Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located at 7441 O Street, Suite 107 in 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.

    Our Corporate Sponsor is:

     

      www.bhr-llc.com

    updated 10-5-18

    • February 08, 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (CST)
    • 7441 O Street, Suite 107 - Lincoln, Nebraska
    • 5
    Register

    February 8, 2019

    Meeting Agenda 

      1:00 pm  -  Welcome & overview of our Regional Network

      1:10 pm  -  Study group*   facilitated by Brenda Rohren

      2:30 pm  -  meeting ends

    not approved for EMDRIA credits

    >>   registration limited to 6 attendees   <<

    * Study Group.  Eligible participants are partially and fully trained EMDR therapists.  The group discusses cases (with no PHI) regarding the use of EMDR therapy.  Participants obtain feedback from each other to improve their clinical skills and demonstrate fidelity to approved EMDR therapy protocols.  This Study Group is not consultation cannot be used to document consultation hours towards EMDRIA certification.   

    Study Group Facilitator.   Brenda Rohren, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC is a Certified EMDR therapistEMDRIA Approved Consultant-in-Training, and our Regional Coordinator.  She has been a member of EMDRIA since 2010.  Because of her commitment to the practice and advancement of EMDR therapy, Brenda was active on several EMDRIA Administrative Committees until her election to the EMDRIA Board of Directors.  (This includes Chair of the Membership Committee and Chair of the Public Practice & Diversity Subcommittee.)  Brenda served on the EMDRIA Board of Directors from 2014-2016 and served several Board committees: Chair of Structure, Function, & Bylaws (SF&B) Committee; Audit Committee; and Ownership Linkage Committee.  She was the Secretary of the Board of Directors in 2015.  From 2016-2017, she served on the Veteran's Task Force and has served on the Regional Network Task Group since early January 2018.  Brenda is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). 

    Brenda is the President of Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Services include management consulting for CARF accreditation and outpatient treatment for co-occurring disorders. (The outpatient programs are CARF-accredited.)  Brenda is a licensed mental health and substance abuse professional who has worked in the behavioral health field for 32 years (all levels of care from outpatient to inpatient.)

    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, login to your account before registering.   Registration is limited to 6 attendees.  

    Location 

    The Regional Network meeting will be held at Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located at 7441 O Street, Suite 107 in 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.

    Our Corporate Sponsor is:

     

     www.bhr-llc.com

    updated 10-5-18

    • March 08, 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (CST)
    • 7441 O Street, Suite 107 - Lincoln, Nebraska
    • 5
    Register

    March 8, 2019

    Meeting Agenda 

      1:00 pm  -  Welcome & overview of our Regional Network

      1:10 pm  -  Study group*   facilitated by Brenda Rohren

      2:30 pm  -  meeting ends

    not approved for EMDRIA credits

    >>   registration limited to 6 attendees   <<

    * Study Group.  Eligible participants are partially and fully trained EMDR therapists.  The group discusses cases (with no PHI) regarding the use of EMDR therapy.  Participants obtain feedback from each other to improve their clinical skills and demonstrate fidelity to approved EMDR therapy protocols.  This Study Group is not consultation cannot be used to document consultation hours towards EMDRIA certification.   

    Study Group Facilitator.   Brenda Rohren, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC is a Certified EMDR therapistEMDRIA Approved Consultant-in-Training, and our Regional Coordinator.  She has been a member of EMDRIA since 2010.  Because of her commitment to the practice and advancement of EMDR therapy, Brenda was active on several EMDRIA Administrative Committees until her election to the EMDRIA Board of Directors.  (This includes Chair of the Membership Committee and Chair of the Public Practice & Diversity Subcommittee.)  Brenda served on the EMDRIA Board of Directors from 2014-2016 and served several Board committees: Chair of Structure, Function, & Bylaws (SF&B) Committee; Audit Committee; and Ownership Linkage Committee.  She was the Secretary of the Board of Directors in 2015.  From 2016-2017, she served on the Veteran's Task Force and has served on the Regional Network Task Group since early January 2018.  Brenda is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). 

    Brenda is the President of Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Services include management consulting for CARF accreditation and outpatient treatment for co-occurring disorders. (The outpatient programs are CARF-accredited.)  Brenda is a licensed mental health and substance abuse professional who has worked in the behavioral health field for 32 years (all levels of care from outpatient to inpatient.)

    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, login to your account before registering.   Registration is limited to 6 attendees.  

    Location 

    The Regional Network meeting will be held at Behavioral Health Resources, LLC located at 7441 O Street, Suite 107 in 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.

    Our Corporate Sponsor is:

     

     www.bhr-llc.com

    updated 10-8-18

Past Events

October 04, 2018 2018 EMDRIA Conference - Atlanta, Georgia
September 26, 2018 EMDR with Children, Teens, and Adults
September 20, 2018 EMDR & Family Therapy Integrative Attachment Trauma Protocol (IATP-C) for Children
September 06, 2018 Strengthening the Authentic Adult Self: EMDR Therapy w/ Adult Attachment/Developmental Trauma
August 24, 2018 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2 w/ consultation
April 28, 2018 Regional Network Meeting - "Updated MID Analysis 4.0 and Expanded MID Manual"
April 20, 2018 EMDR Therapy Global Summit Conference
April 06, 2018 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2
April 06, 2018 EMDR Therapy Basic Training - Part 1 & 2 w/ consultation
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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