Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Part One
This is an introductory workshop to the use of EMDR which will cover the applications of EMDR to PTSD and other disorders where a person’s earlier emotional experiences are etiologically related to the clients presentation.
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Part Two
This is an advanced workshop that targets clients who have co-morbid diagnosis in addition to meeting criteria for PTSD. For those clients with PTSD with mild levels of dissociation and have substance abuse problems then level one training is sufficient. However, if the co-morbid issues are severe enough to meet the criteria of a dissociative disorder, substance use dependence or borderline personality disorder then additional training is necessary. This workshop includes EMDR techniques such as cognitive interweaves, formulating a client according to AIP theory and specific EMDR protocols for complex issues.
This package, accredited by EMDRAA in 2015, significantly exceeds the requirements of the EMDRAA curriculum. Knowledge training is covered in a comprehensive set of reading and lectures, backed up by Internet-based Q&A sessionsbeforeyou attend the first 3 day workshop, which is devoted to practical skills building exercises. You can expect to be able to work with more complex clients from the start. Case Consultation sessions follow, before you attend the fourth day of skills building around 3 months later. This is followed by further Case Consultation sessions. You have access to the trainer’s extensive on-line EMDR Resource Library
Designed for those who have done a Part One training but done little or no EMDR since. You can expect to gain competence and confidence in applying EMDR straight away. Includes extensive pre-workshop knowledge update and post-workshop Case Consultation sessions to assist the transition from training to therapy room. You have access to the trainer’s extensive on-line EMDR Resource Library.
Chris and Graham have extensive histories in training therapists in Australia. They were the first therapists to bring Schema Focussed Training to Australia and New Zealand in 1993. In 1996 they were the first therapist.