Southern Maine EMDRIA Regional Network

is pleased to have a history of providing the opportunity for area clinicians to come together as a community of EMDR providers as
we share notifications of advances in the field of EMDR (through EMDRIA updates) as well as educational and networking opportunities.
It is our goal to deliver training which has been approved for EMDRIA CEUs in order to ensure quality education and to enable clinicians interested in EMDRIA certification to access affordable training which meets the requirement for continuing education units.

 

NEXT BIANNUAL MEETING

 

Friday,October 26th, 2018

Lunch is included!

6 EMDRIA CEUs or 6 Contact Hours provided

Cost: $85

 

Topics: State of the Art of EMDR

This event is broken down into three sessions during our training day. This presentation provides participants with opportunities to hear from recognized experts, leaders, and innovators in the practice of EMDR Therapy. Topics will be related to attuned and efficacious use of the AIP model and Standard EMDR Therapy Protocol; applications of EMDR Therapy along with elements of DBT when working with high-risk clients; and use of EMDR Therapy in cases of traumatic or complicated grief.

 

 

Registration opening soon!

This is an OnDemand presentation provided through EMDRIA. Please note once your registration is processed there will be NO refunds if you cannot attend.

 

UPCOMING SESSION:

  1. Biannual October Training October 26th, 2018

    October 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

most recent blog article:

The EMDR books you cannot live without!!

04.06.2018 | Go to Blog

We all known that EMDR has been recognized as a best practice in the treatment of PTSD and an evidence-based practice for both children and adults in helping clients overcome anxiety, depression, addiction and other clinical disorders. There is so much information available on EMDR that it can sometimes be overwhelming trying to figure out where to start! Whether you are new to EMDR or have been in the field for a while here are some of my favorite books on EMDR to help along the way.   Did you know that full article...