Mar 31, 2018: What Happens When EMDR Meets Complex Trauma

Date: March 31, 2018.
Location: Downtown Redwood City Public Library
1044 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 9406

Registration Opens at 10:30 am
Presentation begins at 11 am and ends at 1 pm
Some light refreshments will be available during the meeting.

*This training is open to anyone who has completed an EMDR Therapy training. It is appropriate for a newly trained EMDR therapist, as well as Certified EMDR Clinicians and Approved Consultants. If you are not yet trained in EMDR, please do not sign up and click here instead.

**By your presence on this page and by registering through the link on this page, you accept and agree to the terms and conditions of our cancellation policy.

What Happens when EMDR Meets Complex Trauma

Course Description:

Why is dissociation relevant to our work as EMDR therapists, and how do we address it?

This 2-hour presentation provides a road-map for understanding and assessing clinically significant dissociation within an EMDR context. Participants will learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of dissociation, and be able to describe it’s origins and function. An introduction to effective interventions and treatment planning will also be provided, together with resources and referrals for further study.

If you’d like information on Rachel Walker’s 2 day training, please click this link.
* This training is not associated with or presented by the regional network.


BIO: Rachel Walker, MFT

Rachel is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant with a full-time private practice in Berkeley, CA. There she treats clients on a broad spectrum of trauma-related issues, and provides individual as well as group consultation to new and experienced EMDR therapists. She is passionate about the subject of dissociation and presents in the Bay Area on the treatment of dissociation within an EMDR framework. Other professional interests include the development of an EMDR group-protocol for the treatment of collective trauma from genocide and armed conflict. Her training in psychotherapy began in the arts, where she learned to apply play, metaphor and precision to her work with clients.

 

Learning Objectives

a. I can identify two ways dissociation can be diagnosed during an EMDR treatment _______
b. I can label three or more diagnostic indicators of dissociation _______
c. I can identify one or more symptom(s) of Tertiary Dissociation _______
d. I can name the three levels of dissociation along the spectrum _______
e. I can apply 1 intervention required for Stabilization _______

HANDOUTS: The Presenter has notified us that she will provide handouts at the venue to all attendees.


Continuing Education Credits:

This course is under review for 2 EMDRIA Credits.
This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of BBS continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. CE Certificates will be provided upon full completion of the course. These credits are graciously provided by Abby Volk Neuberg, MFT, Provider Number 89771.
Abby Volk Neuberg is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and/or LCSWs.

Abby Volk Neuberg and the San Francisco-South Bay EMDR Regional Network maintain responsibility for this program/course and its content.

Please Note: Participants must sign in at the beginning of the meeting, sign out at the end of the meeting and be present throughout the training in order to receive CE Certificates which will be provided at the end of the program.

Request for accommodation: To request special accommodations and for suggestions, compliments and grievances please write to Kimbo Prichard at rsvp@sfemdr.com. 

Attendees can call or email Provider(s) up to  5 days prior to attendance or before committing to attendance, whichever comes first. Providers will respond to all reasonable requests for accommodations. Provider(s) will clarify options for accommodations to requests from course attendees within 2 business days of the receipt of the request barring any unforeseen circumstances.

Our CE Provider Abby Volk Neuberg makes every effort to be in compliance with local, state and federal regulations including the American’s with Disabilities Act of 1990.

You can view our grievance policy here.


Cancellation/Refund Policy: Payment refundable (minus $15 processing fee) if a cancellation/refund request is made up to 7 days prior to workshop date.

Due to transitions in our policies and regional coordinating team, we are currently unable to honor any requests for credit towards future events.

By your presence on this page and by registering through the link on this page, you accept and agree to the terms and conditions of our cancellation policy.



Please note that Rachel Walker is also offering an upcoming 2 Day Training.
* This training is not associated with or presented by the regional network.

At the Crossroads of Trauma Therapy

Under certain circumstances, EMDR, ‘Parts’ Models, and Attachment interventions work better in collaboration than they do alone. In this training you will learn what these circumstances are, and how to combine theories and interventions to maximum effect and efficiency. This training will grow your ability to understand and assess dissociation, as well as provide interventions for moving your most complex cases towards readiness for trauma processing. The curriculum is designed for those who have completed EMDR Part I & Part II course work. We will review and move beyond EMDR to focus on the ways in which many trauma- informed therapies overlap, inform/support one another, and illuminate the bigger picture. Here is a video overview of the workshop: http://rachelwalkermft.com/crossroads-workshop.html