An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation (Go With That Magazine™️ Issue)

An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation

Go With That Magazine™️ December 2019

Whether you have 20 years of experience or recently completed EMDR training, you will always learn new things when implementing EMDR therapy with clients. Whether directed toward achieving a credential or enhancing skills in a specialty area, consultation is vital to your growth as an EMDR therapist. Take a journey to explore how you can use the consultation to grow your EMDR therapy practice.

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This issue includes the following articles:

 


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A Roadmap for the EMDR Therapist Journey

A Roadmap for the EMDR Therapist Journey

As an EMDR-trained member of EMDRIA, you have foundational skills and knowledge of EMDR therapy. You have successfully completed an intense training designed to prepare you to work with individuals with PTSD and trauma. Many EMDRIA members, like you, in order to serve their clients better, are interested in furthering their proficiency and understanding of how to use EMDR beyond their initial training.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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Support: Increasing Your EMDR Knowledge and Experience

Support: Increasing Your EMDR Knowledge and Experience

In our last issue of Go With That magazine shared a number of ways to grow your EMDR practice and skills. Seeking support to enhance your skills and experience in EMDR is an important part of that process. So, let’s explore where you can go for that support in this December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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Consultation: Developing Your EMDR Proficiency

Consultation: Developing Your EMDR Proficiency

Consultation is a collaborative relationship between mental health clinicians in which a credentialed consultant guides and mentors an EMDR clinician, also known as the consultee, to improve understanding and use of EMDR therapy.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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Perspective on Consultation: The Value of Dissociation-Focused EMDR Therapy Consultation

Perspective on Consultation: The Value of Dissociation-Focused EMDR Therapy Consultation

Clinical consultation comes in many shapes, sizes, and formats. For the typical EMDR therapist, the two most recognized types of consultation are 1) the minimum ten hours required to earn a certificate of completion in EMDR therapy in their initial training and 2) the additional twenty hours of consultation needed to achieve EMDRIA Certification. However, beyond these achievement-focused forms of consultation, there is “specialization” consultation, in which a therapist seeks to deepen their knowledge in a particular area of practice.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️ by D. Michael Coy, MA, LICSW.

 


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Credentials: A Ticket to Mastering EMDR Therapy

Credentials: A Ticket to Mastering EMDR Therapy

Consultation is an integral part of the learning process. Today, it is included at every level of credentialing through EMDRIA. Consultation as a requirement resulted from the natural progression of post-training needs of EMDR clinicians.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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On the Road to Becoming An Approved Consultant: What’s New?

On the Road to Becoming an Approved Consultant: What’s New?

Once declared, the Consultant in Training (CIT) begins working toward becoming an EMDRIA Approved Consultant. Approved Consultant status is an additional credential you can earn after obtaining EMDRIA certification. The Approved Consultant credential is for experienced clinicians who are interested in teaching, leading, and mentoring in the field of EMDR.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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Approved! How to Reach the Top of Your Field

Approved! How to Reach the Top of Your Field

We asked Approved Consultants what best practices they found to be most useful for consultation. Nearly 30 percent reported that having a consultation contract is a useful best practice.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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Consultation Builds Competence, Confidence, and Community

Consultation Builds Competence, Confidence, and Community

Consultation is a valuable practice in an EMDR therapeutic community working together toward Dr. Francine Shapiro’s vision of reducing the impact of trauma and neglect worldwide. In the opinion of this author, the overall purpose of consultation is to help consultees become the best EMDR therapists possible, to build their confidence that they are competent, and to support them in understanding how their thought processes and rapport with clients lead them to making effective choices in specific situations.

Learn more in this article from the December 2019 issue An EMDR Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation of Go With That Magazine™️ by Jill Strunk, EdD, LP.

 


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