EMDRIA Members Respond: Identity and Heritage Representation for Black History Month

We are acknowledging and celebrating EMDRIA members identifying as Black or with African American culture for Black History Month. We know that in therapy, our…

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Uvalde Shooting Survivor Uses EMDR Therapy to Treat Trauma

The mother of a 10-year-old Robb Elementary School shooting survivor from Uvalde, Texas, said that her daughter now uses EMDR therapy to treat her…

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Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd Goes Back to EMDR Therapy after Her Mother’s Tragic Suicide

Actress Ashley Judd, daughter of Naomi and sister of Wynonna, who comprised the award-winning country music duo The Judds, recently told The Guardian that she…

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The EMDR Therapist Journey: From Training, to Certification, and Beyond

If I want to be trained in EMDR therapy does that mean I will be certified in EMDR? Is certification required to practice EMDR…

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Back to Class: EMDR Therapy and College/University Students

January is back-to-college class season for many students and teachers. We were curious about using EMDR therapy in college and university settings and with…

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Marisol Erlacher

Meet EMDRIA’s New Board President – Protector of the Vision

As of January 1, 2023, Marisol Erlacher, LPC, is now the EMDRIA Board of Directors president. We interviewed her to introduce her to the…

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In the News: December 23, 2022

In the News EMDRIA member Rebecca Kase, LCSW lent her expertise about EMDR therapy and yoga to a recent U.S. News & World Report article,…

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Tips for EMDR Therapy Messaging

Tips for EMDR Therapy Messaging The messages EMDR therapists communicate about EMDR therapy matter. They are the first opportunity to get those dealing with…

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Staying Centered in an Uncentered World GWT Issue

Staying centered seems like a more difficult task these days. Our worlds were turned upside down from a pandemic, political divisions continue to deepen,…

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EMDRIA Members Respond: Identity Representation for Persons with Disabilities

We are acknowledging EMDRIA members identifying as persons with disabilities for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. We know that in therapy, our…

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In the News: November 28, 2022

In the News EMDRIA Member Dr. Howard Lipke is tapped as a resource in the Psychology Today article “Pushing Past Trauma: EMDR Could Help…

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EMDRIA Members Respond: Identity and Heritage Representation for Native American Heritage Month

We celebrate EMDRIA members identifying with an Indigenous heritage for Native American Heritage Month. We know that in therapy, our clients’ identity matters and…

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