6-9:30 p.m. (Fri), 9 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. (Sat & Sun)
Part 2 Description
This course is Part II of an EMDR Basic Training approved by the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA). The full basic training consists of two 20 hour courses and 10 hours of group consultation with an approved EMDR consultant, which may be done face-to-face or by telephone. (There are approximately 15 group consultations to choose from, both face to face and over the telephone. The fee for most groups is $35/hr.) A certificate of attendance will be awarded after each part of the training; however, the certificate of completion for the approved EMDR Basic Training will only be awarded after a participant completes the entire 50 hour training. The content of this course is identical to the Part II EMDR course Dr. Manfield has been teaching for the continuing education departments of JFK University and Alliant International University. The material that is taught in Part II includes: EMDR case conceptualization, review of the 8 phase EMDR procedure, advanced Cognitive Interweave, advanced Float Back, and Advanced Resourcing. The course includes supervised practicum, allowing participants a hands-on experience with EMDR.
Philip Manfield, PhD, has taught EMDR in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East for twenty years. In addition to offering independent EMDRIA-Approved EMDR trainings, he also teaches EMDR through the continuing education departments of John F. Kennedy U. The author of Split Self/Split Object (Aronson, 1992), Dyadic Resourcing: Creating a Foundation for Processing Trauma (2010), EMDR Up-Close: Subtleties of Trauma Processing (2013)) and editor of EMDR Casebook (W.W.Norton, 2003) and Extending EMDR: A Casebook of Innovative Applications (W.W.Norton, 1998), he was featured in the book 3 Minute Consultations with America's Greatest Psychotherapists (Aronson, 2001). He is currently Northern California Regional Coordinator of the EMDR International Association.
To register or for more information, visit www.jfku.edu/ce.
Part 1 of this training is March 11-13, 2016.