There are five consistent themes in all my trainings. The first is that we learn best by doing. Therefore, every single training I offer has a significant amount of time devoted to allowing you to practice. Second, I am only as good as my colleagues who help me do the trainings. I am very lucky to have found people to work with who are just as good as I am clinically and much nicer. Third, no method has all the answers. As powerful as EMDR is, I have found the addition of elements of Jeff Young’s Schema Therapy, Richard Schwartz’s Internal Family Systems Model, John Gottman’s work with couples, and meditation and other mindful practices to be invaluable aids in my clinical work and in my trainings. Fourth, I think every training should enable each participant to confront her or his own impediments to doing more effective clinical work. As Charlotte Kasl has said, “All transformation starts with awareness.” Lastly, while training should be intense; it should also be fun.
EMDR Training Part 1 October 2013
EMDR Training Part 2 November 2013
EMDR and Schema Therapy
EMDR and Meditation
EMDR with Couples