EMDRIA-Approved EMDR Training
We Help Therapists Get to Where They’re Going
“By providing an empowering, creative EMDR training experience, EMDR Educators equips clinicians to transform the lives of their clients and careers. Within a safe and supportive learning environment clinicians get to harness their creativity and explore the power of EMDR therapy as they gain and practice new transformative skills. EMDR can add incredible richness to your work and your practice.”
Dr. Andrew Dobo
EMDRIA-approved EMDR trainer, therapist and consultant, founder of EMDR Educators, author of Unburdening Souls at the Speed of Thought.
9 Reasons to Choose EMDR Educators as Your EMDR Training Provider:
1. The Learning Experience
Ensuring the comfort of each student is a top priority for EMDR Educators because we know it influences how much of the material they’ll absorb.
2. Flexible Payment Options
Installment plans are available for every class and nonprofit trainees get to enjoy special rates. Groups rates and discount codes also available.
3. Video Training Portal
Access to our EMDR training videos gives you the flexibility to study and refresh yourself on what you’ve learned at your convinience.
4. Unique Curriculum
The EMDRIA-approved curriculum we use was developed by Dr. Andrew Dobo himself. Gain the advantage of his unique insights and experiences.
5. Earn CEs
Completing a 5-day intensive can earn you up to 40 CEs, provided by CE Classes. Training with us helps you fulfill your licensing requirements.
6. Special Nonprofit Pricing
If you work for a nonprofit enjoy reduced pricing. Not only do we help therapists get to where they’re going but we help them make a difference in their communities.
7. Early Bird Discounts
We publish new trainings to our calendar months in advance so you can ensure you’ll have a spot and can take advantage of our special discounts.
8. Community of Support
Once an EMDR Educators student, always part of our community. Join in on the active conversations in our private Facebook group to keep up the latest EMDR news.
9. Directory Listing
Just another way we help therapists get to where they’re going. Get more attention by providing your bio and headshot. We’ll help you promote your practice.
As EMDR continues to be applied, researched and understood its list of acceptable, recommended, and common applications grows. EMDR is fast becoming the new standard in mental health treatment.
Don’t Get Left Behind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be licensed to take the Basic EMDR Course?
No, there are eligibility requirements on this website, but briefly all that is required is the completion of one year of a graduate program in mental health with access in a supervised practicum to clients in which to practice and develop your EMDR skills.
I don’t see many trauma patients, is EMDR worth learning?
EMDR was initially researched targeting trauma victims. Since then, there have been literally hundreds of academic studies showing EMDR to be effective with most Axis I diagnose. A simple way to understand what EMDR does, is this: If someone thinks of a memory, any memory, and has some level of disturbance about that memory then the memory is not completely processed. EMDR jumps starts the incomplete process so the client is no longer in distress. When people say EMDR is for trauma, I usually say, “EMDR and trauma, that’s so 1990’s.”
How long does it take to master EMDR as a procedure?
EMDR is not procedure. It is referred to as part of the Adaptive information Processing Model (AIPM). It is a model of psychotherapy much like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis or Psychodynamic Therapy. Like any other vocation, one can take a lifetime developing the skills to master this model or any other model.
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