EMDR International Association

Creating global healing, health & hope.

Antiracism Resources

A resource collection that may be helpful on the journey to heal trauma caused by racism. We are continually learning, UNlearning, and growing as we empower each other to dismantle systems of racism and oppression.

Featured Articles

EMDR Therapy Helps Firefighters

September 18, 2020

Wildfire season has hit many on the west coast especially hard this year. Firefighters are on the front lines in…

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EMDR Training Opportunities

September 26 - October 4

EMDRIA Conference 2020

Live Webinar
September 30 - October 2

EMDR Training by EMDR Consulting

Greenwood, Indiana
Greenwood, Indiana United States
September 30

Virtual EMDR Training by CompassionWorks

Virtual Online Training
United States
October 1

EMDR Training by Karen Alter-Reid

Stamford, Connecticut
Stamford, Connecticut United States
October 1

EMDR Training by Institute for Creative Mindfulness

San Juan,
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Practice Resources

EMDRIA offers resources for therapists and EMDR practitioners to improve their practice and serve their patients.

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Online Community

Join our online community of EMDR therapists and network with fellow members.

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Journal of EMDR Practice & Research

Our peer-reviewed publication devoted to integrative, state of the art papers about EMDR.

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Go With That Magazine

Designed with you in mind, our magazine focuses on topics of interest to mental health professionals passionate about EMDR therapy.

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Get Involved

Join EMDRIA

Join our community and become well-informed, well-prepared and well-connected.

Join a Special Interest Group (SIG)

Connect with other EMDRIA members to discuss areas of interest to the EMDR community.

Become a Consultant

Take the first in becoming an EMDRIA Approved Consultant and share your knowledge and experience.

Take a Credit Workshop

Continue your EMDR training with one of our Credit Workshops.

Volunteer

EMDRIA needs you. Volunteer and make a difference in the EMDR community.

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