EMDR - THE BREAKTHROUGH THERAPY FOR OVERCOMING ANXIETY, STRESS AND TRAUMA - Francine Shapiro Register for Module one , 10th & 11th August 2020 (online & accredited)
EMDR has been evidenced to effectively help with anxiety, public speaking, panic attacks, depression, triggers, cravings, trauma, and other mental disorders.
To create and strengthen positive networks in the brain, providing us with internal resources we can easily access.
EMDR builds resilience, and creates a sense of internal and external safety which leads to Emotion Regulation.
EMDR helps the brain to adjust its view of previous situations so we can have a healthier perspective and more positive thoughts about life and ourselves.
EMDR resolves the troubling thoughts and feelings related to distressing memories.
EMDR therapy can help to strengthen feelings of confidence, calmness and mastery.
This is a interactive, experiential training in the application of EMDR for working with adults and children. Rachel is known for her extensive knowledge in working with complex trauma and PTSD; this knowledge and experience brings an enhanced understanding of the model, its application and the physiological effects of processing trauma. Everyone will experience and apply the different resourcing, stabilisation techniques and the EMDR Protocol while being at ease in this relaxed, fun learning environment.
You can't go back and change the beginning, but we can start where we are and change the ending - C.S. Lewis
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, and is a sophisticated, psychological processor for treating trauma and PTSD. EMDR was originally developed in California between 1987 and 1991 by Dr Francine Shapiro and is one of the most widely researched methods for working with psychological trauma and PTSD. EMDR is recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). EMDR is applied to people who have experienced war related trauma, sexual assault, surgical trauma and car accidents and is now being used to help people with phobias, pain management and many other issues such as depression and anxiety.
The beauty of EMDR is that you are working with neural memory networks and receiving new organic information during the process.
EMDR activates the bilateral stimulation of the brain (activating both hemispheres) through the use of eye movements, or tapping. When this is applied alongside the sequenced 8 phases, people are able to process the negative cognitions, intense emotions and physical sensations which were embedded from the traumatic event.
Are you eligible?
Previously EMDR training has been an exclusive, hard to obtain modality. However, we believe it should be inclusive to qualified professionals who want to provide a solution and deliver an enhanced level of care.
Therapists and counsellors
Hypnotherapists & those working with NLP
Youth offending & support workers
Drug and alcohol workers
Domestic abuse workers
Speech and Language Therapists
Is this training right for me?
If you work with people who have had complex lives, then yes this training is for you. You will learn so many important skills and techniques which you can then pass on to your clients and the people you support.
Learn the neuroscience of trauma
Understand and utilise assessment frameworks
Learn stabilisation techniques
Recognise the symptom clusters of PTSD
Learn resourcing techniques
The standard EMDR Protocol
Emotion regulation for EMDR
Working with addiction
& much, much more!!
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