Learn and Master The Art and Science of EMDR
Effective EMDR therapy requires a lot more than reading a script. Here you will find the knowledge and tools that will help you master the art and science EMDR.
Educational Content For EMDR Therapists
Working Virtually with EMDR
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we work. Until 2020, most EMDR therapists were reluctant to work remotely. Now, many of us don’t have a choice. We have to keep supporting our clients by seeing them virtually. Here you will find the most up-to-date tools to do EMDR remotely.
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In this interview, Patrick Weeg explains why we EMDR therapists need to integrate somatic work into their EMDR work when processing trauma and implicit memories.
In this interview, authors Debbie Korn and Michael Baldwin share their experiences with EMDR therapy from both the client’s perspective and from an experienced EMDR therapist perspective.
In this interview, Debbie Korn, PsyD, explains the different categories of clinical interweaves and how to unstuck EMDR reprocessing
In this interview, Laura Casey-Foss explains what leads to therapist burnout and describes the societal consequences of therapists who are burned out.
In this interview, Mara Tesler-Stein talks about perinatal EMDR therapy and perinatal mental health. Mara helps to demystify some of the myths about doing EMDR work during pregnancy and shares her views, which are supported by research as to why EMDR clinicians should treat clients in the perinatal stage.
In this interview, Adam O’Brien talks about EMDR therapy and Psychedelic therapy – what they have in common and how they affect the brain in ways that can lead to transformative experiences.