EMDR Basic Training
Time & Location
About the Event
Live Interactive Webinar
The Complete EMDR Therapy Course: EMDR Basic Training
Presented by Carolyn Burleson, MS, LPC, LCDC, MAC
Weekend 1: October 14th - 15th (9am-5pm CDT)
Weekend 2: October 21st - 22nd (9am-5pm CDT)
Consultation 1: October 23rd (9am-1pm CDT)
Weekend 3: November 18th-19th (9am-5pm CDT)
Consultation 2: November 20th (9am-3pm CDT)
*Participants must attend ALL dates (including consultation) to receive credit for this training*
CEUs: 52 CEs
Location: Via Zoom
Professional Pricing: $1,699
Student, Associate, Non-profit, & Government Employee: $1,399
(must submit proof of student or non-profit employee status at registration)
**Payment Plan Available - Please email us at Training@tssnt.org for details**
CEs & Course Handbook Included
Course material (EMDR binder, information, and resources) is hosted in our Thinkific site - when you make your payment you will have access to the Thinkific course.
**You will not being able to access course materials until payment is received, you will be removed from registration if payment is not received within 7 days.**
Required Reading: EMDR Therapy, 3rd Edition: Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures
**Can be purchased here: CLICK HERE
*No reading is required prior to the first weekend**
The Complete EMDR Therapy Course
This course will teach clinicians interventions for every step of the way in treatment from the first session to the last.
Clinicians will learn:
- Current information and research on trauma and neurobiology so they have a base for their practice and information to share with client
- How to take a trauma / loss list during their history taking phase
- Relaxation and resource tools for the preparation phase
- EMDR protocol for the therapy phases
- EMDRs mechanisms of effect (REM sleep, working memory, etc.), modality (steps in the procedure), and model (AIP)
- EMDR specific tasks such as how to help a client get unstuck in their work (cognitive interweaves)
- Float back to check for other past experiences that need work
- How to work with a cluster of experiences (things that happens over and over again)
- How to do a future template to prepare clients for future situations (dating, family gatherings, job interviews, etc.).
- EMDR protocol variations for special populations such as children, addictions and dissociation.
Clinicians will also receive case consultation on their cases via their client videos, filling out and presenting case consultation forms, and general discussion.
WHO MAY ATTEND? (per EMDRIA guidelines)
Licensed Mental Health Professionals
- Qualifying medical doctors must be licensed to practice in their state or province.
- Qualifying advanced practice registered nurses must have a Master of Science in Nursing (or higher) with a specialization in psychiatric mental health nursing and must be licensed to practice through their state board or province.
- Qualifying Mental Health Clinicians must have a master’s degree in the mental health field (Counseling, Marriage Family Therapy, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Psychiatry, Social Work) or related mental health discipline and be licensed to practice through their state board or province.
Pre-Licensed Mental Health Professionals
- These are clinicians who are actively pursuing a mental health license through their state board (or province) while working under a licensed supervisor. Some of these license types include associate, intern, limited, provisional, temporary, and pre-license.
- Qualifying pre-licensed mental health clinicians must have a master’s degree in the mental health field (Counseling, Marriage Family Therapy, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Psychiatry, Social Work) or related mental health discipline and must be actively pursuing a full license through their state board (or province) while working under a licensed supervisor.
- Qualifying graduate students must be enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program in the mental health field (Counseling, Marriage Family Therapy, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Psychiatry, Psychiatric Nursing, Social Work) or related mental health discipline. Students must have completed their core graduate academic coursework and must be in the practicum/internship portion of their graduate program. First year graduate students are not eligible. Graduate students must be on a licensing track and working under the supervision of a fully licensed mental health clinician.
- Graduate students who would like to take an EMDR Training will need to submit certain documentation (graduate transcript, practicum or internship details, and a letter from their supervisor which includes the supervisor’s license information and number) in order to verify their eligibility. Documentation that needs to be submitted will go directly to the Carolyn Burleson or the TCI team at Training@tssnt.org either prior to or during the training registration process.
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