Welcome to EMDRIA’s Go With That magazine.

Go With That is a publication specifically 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 new, interesting perspectives and helpful, educational information to enhance your ability to reach those you serve and heal.

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Summer 2021

Changing Lives - Conference Edition

  • Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and EMDR Therapy
  • A Career Retrospective to JEDMR Editor Dr. Louise Maxfield
  • EMDRIA Annual Virtual Conference 2021

Spring 2021

EMDR Therapy and Addiction

  • The Evolving Landscape of Healing Addiction with EMDR Therapy
  • EMDR and Addiction: Stabilize Addiction, Avoid Relapse
  • A Day in the Life of a MET(T)A Protocol Center
  • Stable Enough: Using EMDR Therapy to Address Trauma and Addiction
  • Addiction: A Solution That Becomes a Problem, Treatment Challenges in a COVID-19 World

Winter 2021

EMDR Therapy and Resiliency

  • Enhancing Resilience with EMDR Therapy
  • Resilience: How Mental Health Pros Maintain Good Mental Health
  • Resilience 2020: Tales from a Graduate Counseling during the COVID-19 Crisis
  • What is Resilience Anyway?

Fall 2020

EMDR Therapy and Racial Trauma

  • The Path Toward Antiracist Psychotherapy
  • Addressing Racialized Trauma Utilizing EMDR and Antiracist Psychotherapy Practices
  • SPACEHOGS Make a Difference
  • Engage in the Conversation of Race and Racism: Implement Hot Chocolate and Cheese

Summer 2020

Going Virtual

  • Changing Lives: EMDRIA Conference 2020 Issue
  • Visionary & Virtual: Aligning Our Online Practices
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Spring 2020

EMDR Therapy and the Military: Combating Trauma

  • A Range of Service Trauma: Considering More Than Combat
  • 10 Tips for EMDR Therapists Working with Veterans and Service Members
  • Military Cultural Competence
  • A Journey to Building a Heart for Working with Military
  • EMDR Therapy for Veterans and Service Members
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December 2019

An EMDR Therapy Journey: All Roads Lead to Consultation

  • Increasing Your EMDR Knowledge and Experience
  • Developing Your EMDR Proficiency
  • A Ticket to Mastering EMDR Therapy
  • How to Reach the Top of Your Field
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September 2019

The 5 Keys to Building Your EMDR Therapy Practice

  • Includes "Remembering the Legacy of Francine Shapiro"
  • Creating and Promoting Your EMDR Message
  • Build Your Professional Connections
  • Continuing Education
  • Support and Guidance
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June 2019

EMDRIA Conference 2019 Changing Lives

  • 2019 Conference Agenda Preview
  • Disassociation: Sharing from a Personal Place
  • Integrative EMDR Treatment of Complex PTSD
  • Working with Complex Trauma and Addiction
  • Transitioning Out of the Military with PTSD
  • The Future of EMDR Therapy: Better Research and Protocols

March 2019

EMDR Therapy with Children and Adolescents

  • Exploring the Intersection of EMDR & Play Therapy
  • Flip the Script: Messaging to Health the Parent-Child Connection
  • Perspectives in Practice: Navigating the Child Welfare System as an EMDR Therapist
  • Using EMDR Therapy with Suicidal Children and Adolescents
  • Parents as Partners: Enhancing Co-Regulation and Coherence through an Integration of Play Therapy and EMDR
  • The World of Stories and Symbols: The EMDR-Sandtray Protocol

December 2018

EMDR Therapy with First Responders

  • ProvidingMental Health Services to First Responders and Public Safety Professionals
  • Firefighters and EMDR
  • The Use of EMDR within a Police Population
  • 911 Telecommunicators/Dispatchers: The First-First Responders
  • Helping the Helpers: Crime Victim Services and Trauma
  • Utilizing Intensive EMDR Treatment for Law Enforcement Personnel in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas
  • Protecting Those Who Protect Others

September 2018

EMDR Therapy Early Intervention

  • Five EMDR Early Intervention Communities Illuminate the Significance of Communities
  • Responding to Trauma with First Responders in Fairfield, Connecticut
  • EMDR Early Intervention and Community Response = Prevention
  • Responding to Unite the Right Rally & Richmond Monument Avenue Rally
  • Social Change, Little "D" Disasters & Why EEI Protocols Are Essential to Everyone's Practice
  • First Responder Cumulative Traumatic Stress Exposure
  • Questions and Cautions for Deployment of EMDR EIs with First Responders & Public Safety Personnel
  • Anyone Can Do Something for 15 Minutes - Even Self-Care