Emmie Perry, LMFT
2.5 EMDRIA Credits
Early intervention following a recent critical incident is vital in EMDR to decrease the symptoms of Acute Stress Disorder and to mitigate PTSD. Early intervention also allows for adaptive information processing and memory consolidation, while reducing association to past traumatic events and increasing effective integration of the experience into the client’s existing mental model of the world. This online course will review six recent event protocols that can be used in the 8 phases of EMDR, and will provide clinicians with an overview of how to implement these protocols into practice with a variety of case examples.
This online course is appropriate for EMDR-trained clinicians who are ready to expand their toolbox of protocols for individual clients and groups in a variety of environments after a recent traumatic event.