EMDR Training Starts in...
EMDRIA Approved Online EMDR Training Intensive Parts I & II
Part I: Dec. 1 - 3, 2023
Part II: Feb. 9 - 11, 2024
We have three 5-Day Intensive EMDR training sessions, one virtual EMDR parts I & II, and two advanced EMDR workshops now open for registration. For more information, view our full EMDR Training Calendar.
8 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 convenience.
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. 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.
8. 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.
Here's what other therapists have to say:
Why do EMDR in your mental health practice?
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is both a fast-acting method of treatment for several common mental health ailments and a theory about how the brain processes, stores, and recalls information.
EMDR heals without drugs and concerns for the related side effects. It’s one of only two therapies recommended by WHO for treating mental health trauma in children.
With EMDR, therapists get to heal their clients and transform their lives instead of just treating or covering up symptoms. Clients aren’t forced to share information, thoughts, and experiences they don’t want to but are still able to make significant progress.
As the popularity and demand for EMDR continue to soar, becoming an EMDRIA-approved EMDR therapist will benefit your mental health career and practice as you continue to make a substantial difference in your clients’ lives. And EMDR plays well with other therapies.