EMDRIA Members Respond: How Can the Field of EMDR Therapy Increase Access of Care for BIPOC Individuals?

July is BIPOC Mental Health Month. We want to continue to feature the importance of confronting oppression dynamics as they can be a big part of any therapy process and…

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EMDRIA Members Respond: How Can EMDR Therapists Increase Safety for BIPOC Clients?

July is BIPOC Mental Health Month. We want to continue to feature the importance of confronting oppression dynamics as they can be a big part of any therapy process and…

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EMDR Therapy and AAPI Populations

It is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, a time to recognize and celebrate Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian talents, diversity, and contributions. One month could never…

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EMDR Therapy and Pregnancy

May is home to Mother’s Day, National Women’s Health Week, Maternal Mental Health Month, and Mental Health Month – a time to remember the importance of physical and mental health,…

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EMDR Therapy and Sexual Assault Awareness

Note: Information on this page could be sensitive to some readers. Dial 1-800-656-HOPE for the National Sexual Assault Hotline or chat here. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), a…

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EMDR Therapy and Autism

*Note: We want to acknowledge there are varying opinions and discussions around language labels for Autism and neurodivergence. In addition, there are differences in how an individual diagnosed or undiagnosed…

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Top 10 Tips for EMDR Therapists Working With Depression

Top 10 Tips for EMDR Therapists Working With Depression Guest Blog Post by EMDRIA Member Rachael Miller, LCPC, NCC 1. Carefully Timed Cognitive Interweaves Out of a desire to relieve…

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EMDR Therapy: Insights to Serving Black Populations

It is Black History Month, a time to commemorate the many contributions made by innovative Black Americans in the U.S. while also remembering the sacrifices so many have made. One…

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EMDR Therapy and Persons with Disabilities – Guest Blog Post with Mary Rixford, LPC

December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day to celebrate and recognize the diverse experiences, capabilities, and contributions of people with differing abilities. Standing alongside people with…

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EMDR Therapy and Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day to celebrate and recognize the diverse experiences, capabilities, and contributions of people who have differing abilities. Standing alongside people…

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EMDR Therapy: Indigenous Voices

Guest Blog Post by Shelley Pompana Spear Chief When asked about my experience working with Native Americans/First Nation peoples; I am part of the population and identify as a Dakota…

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What Should EMDR Therapists Know About Native American Populations?

Native American Heritage Month, also known as American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, is a time to celebrate and recognize the experiences, traditions, histories, and contributions of Native American…

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