Our publications and member resources keep EMDRIA members well-informed, well-prepared, and well-connected. We aim to offer resources for EMDR therapists and practitioners to improve their EMDR therapy practice and serve their patients.
Focal Point Blog
Our award-winning blog is your one-stop shop for EMDRIA highlights and the latest news in EMDR therapy research. If you are interested in writing for the blog:
- Keep your word count around 500 words.
- Blogposts may or may not need references/research cites depending upon the subject matter.
- Please click on Go With That magazine "Write for the Magazine" below to get details about style and where to submit your blog post idea or draft.
Go With That Magazine
Go With That is our award-winning flagship publication designed with you in mind. Each quarterly issue focuses on a specific topic of interest to mental health professionals who are passionate about EMDR therapy. Our goal is to bring you new, interesting perspectives as well as helpful, educational information to enhance your ability to reach those you serve and heal.
EMDRIA's 2022 Media Kit for your advertising options include graphic size requirements, pricing, and deadlines for the EMDRIA E-News and Go With That magazine.
Journal of EMDR Practice and Research
The Journal of EMDR Practice and Research (JEMDR) is published by Springer Publishing Company, LLC. Jenny Rydberg of France, and Derek Farrell, Ph.D., MBE, of the United Kingdom, began their terms as co-editors effective August 2021 and extending through December 2024. Their terms as incoming co-editors begin with journal content that will be published in 2022. They will co-editor our quarterly peer-reviewed publication devoted to integrative, state-of-the-art papers about EMDR therapy. It is a broadly conceived interdisciplinary journal that stimulates and communicates research and theory about EMDR therapy and its application to clinical practice. The journal publishes experimental studies; theoretical, review, and methodological articles; case studies; brief reports; and book reviews.
Francine Shapiro Library
EMDR International Association is pleased to introduce the Francine Shapiro Library, dedicated to Francine Shapiro, originator and developer of the Adaptive Information Processing Model (AIP) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Processing (EMDR). We are very excited to be able to offer this wealth of knowledge to our membership.
EMDRIA is here to help you succeed in establishing a thriving practice that serves your clients well. We have assembled some practical resources and toolkits to help!