Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an 8 phased, 3 pronged psychotherapeutic intervention that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories. This workshop, ‘An Introduction to EMDR’ will explore the historical roots of EMDR, utilise the Adaptive Information Processing theory as a means of illustrating the EMDR process and briefly walk you through each of the phases. The presenters will use case studies and interactive processes in order to provide an experiential introduction to EMDR.
Davy Hutton has a Post Graduate qualification in Clinical Supervision; & MSc. in Psychological Trauma Management. He is a BACP Senior Accredited Psychotherapist and Supervisor. He is also an EMDR Consultant Supervisor and Facilitator. Davy provides counselling and management supervision to various private and charitable organisations. He has been fascinated by the creative use of metaphor and symbolic resources, during EMDR therapy.
Jane Ferguson is an accredited Psychotherapist and Supervisor with NAPCP. She has an MA in Psychotherapy and an MA in Theology. Jaine has been practicing EMDR since the late 1990’s and has dealt with clients from all walks of life who present with a wide range of traumatic experiences. Jane uses elements of EMDR in her work with all her clients.
Certified CPD x 6 Hours
Please note: There will be a lunch break and two short coffee breaks.
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