EMDR Early Intervention (Go With That Magazine™️ Issue)

EMDR early intervention (EEI) is an important tool for those who face trauma. Addressing trauma urgently – Fires, wars, losses, and more.

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EMDR Early Intervention

Unlocking Healing Power: Dive into the EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) world. Explore insights from the 2018 global summit that reshaped trauma recovery.

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Five EMDR Early Intervention Communities Illuminate the Significance of Community

Discover the Community Response Network (CRN), born from 5 experienced EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) community leaders.

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Responding to Trauma with First Responders in Fairfield, Connecticut

Discover stories from deployments of EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) therapists.

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EMDR Early Intervention & Community Response = Prevention

Following a massive wildfire, EMDR trainers mobilized around the event, providing free training in EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) to 30 EMDR clinicians in the area.

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Responding to the Unite the Right Rally & Richmond Monument Avenue Rally

EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) therapists prepare and respond during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.

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Social Change, Little “D” Disasters & Why EEI Protocols are Essential to Everyone’s Practice

EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) can be used for “little d” disasters that affect communities (community violence, hate crimes, toxic pollutants, etc.)

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First Responder Cumulative Traumatic Stress Exposure

First responders (Police Officers, Fire Fighters, 911-Dispatchers, EMS) has a unique stressors. Learn how to help the helpers.

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Questions and Cautions for Deployment of EMDR EIs with First Responders & Public Safety Personnel

Delve beyond psychotherapy when aiding First Responders. What crucial questions and policies must EMDR therapists grasp?

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Anyone Can Do Something for 15 Minutes…Even Self-care!

Self-Care for responders: Answering the call to help comes with a cost. Dive into the balancing act mental health responders face.

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