EMDR Refresher training
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Have you trained in EMDR but don't feel confident in integrating it into your social work practice? Do you want to catch up with the latest advances and innovations with adults and children? This workshop will refresh your knowledge and skills, and help you use EMDR in creative, compassionate ways. The World Health Organisation recommends EMDR as a treatment for trauma in children and adults. Emerging research shows it can be used effectively within days, months or years following traumatic events. It can also be used with groups or families. Social workers are well placed to deliver trauma treatment to those who need it. This course will demonstrate how, in the hands of skilled practitioners, EMDR is a powerful and creative tool for reducing suffering and promoting healing.
- Review the AIP model and apply it to case conceptualisation and treatment planning
- Revise and practise the 8 phases of the EDMR standard protocol
- Identify adaptations needed for children and adolescents
- Practice strategies for containment and managing abreactions
- Overview of current directions and innovations in EMDR and how these fit with the standard protocol
Participants must have previously completed Level 1 EMDR (basic) training with an approved trainer. Proof of completion will be required before commencement.
Dr Jenny Dwyer, AMHSW, EMDRIA Approved Consultant, EMDRAA approved Trainer Jenny is a social worker and family therapist, and practiced EMDR with children and adults for 20 years. She has facilitated with Ana Gomez in her child specialist intensive training and is approved by Elan Shapiro to facilitate his
Group and Recent Traumatic Events Protocol. Jenny is committed to extending the reach of EMDR to those who need it, and supporting professionals at the
front line. In her training and consultation she demonstrates how EMDR can be accessible to our most vulnerable clients and be used in creative, and compassion ways.
Location and date
124 Jolimont Road
East Melbourne, 3002
27 - 28 March 2020
9:30am - 5:00pm
Early bird (before 28 February, 2020) $450
General registration $490