Grow with a Cohort of Like-Minded Lifelong Learners
EMDR Consultation groups strengthen your capacity for practicing EMDR as a comprehensive relational psychotherapy and help you master the art of the EMDR session and how it unfolds, moment to moment, in and out of reprocessing.
There’s no more effective way to go deeper into EMDR case conceptualization and treatment planning or to work through clinical impasses than with the support of your consultation group peers. And there is no safer company for self-reflection about the dynamics between you and your client.
Each of The Center's EMDR Consultation Groups is unique—reflecting the interests and experiences of its members. Groups are led by Center-trained, EMDRIA-certified Consultants and they build on what you learn in your Center trainings at all levels—from Basic to Masterclasses.
If you seek to grow as an EMDR therapist, expand your capacity as a healer and be part of a community of dedicated lifelong learners, these groups are for you.
Interested in Case Consultation at The Center?
New groups will be forming in Fall 2022. Add your name to the list of interested therapists and we'll contact you when registration begins.
Looking for Individual Case Consultation? It's available with one of our Center-trained, EMDRIA-approved Consultants right now.
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Mentoring is built into everything we do at The Center. This is particularly true for our consultation groups. Group leaders invest in members with the intention of supporting each therapist's unique strengths and areas for growth. Our mentoring culture informs how staff members, faculty and therapists communicate and interact as well. Attention, respect and attunement are as important among Center community members as they are with our clients.
Here’s what your colleagues say:
As a newly certified EMDR therapist, I have been actively looking to integrate my clinical skills into my work using EMDR. While there are many trainings out there, none have resonated with me so deeply as Deany's approach. It just makes sense to me now. Learning EMDR is often described as akin to "drinking from a fire hose." It's an accurate assessment, I think, but learning from Deany has helped tremendously in bringing more clarity and focus, and has renewed in me a sense of excitement for the work. I can't wait to learn more!