Welcome to the Southern Maine EMDRIA Blog!!!!!!!
March 11th, 2018 by Katelyn Baxter-Musser, LCSW
I hope that you are all enjoying the snowy weather that March is bringing to us.
As many of you know we have had some changes in the volunteers that make up our committee and we look forward to bringing you up to date trainings and information on EMDR. We have two trainings planned for this year in one in May and in October and hope to see you there!
In the mean time please do not forget about our awesome website. We are working to provide you with some updates, such as making our member directory searchable by city. So, if you are looking for an EMDR therapist in a specific area come to our site and search away! This feature should be up and running within the next month!
We have some great links to EMDR resources for community members and therapists and encourage you to check them out. If you know of an EMDR resource to add to the site, please feel free to email us and we can add it to the list!
Also, if you are looking for EMDR trainings on something specific or resources please feel free to contact us and let us know! We are always looking for ideas and are willing to do our best in supporting our EMDR community.
Going beyond sessions with clients, I believe that what makes EMDR such a integral part of my practice is the EMDR community itself. Our goal is to continue to connect and bring EMDR therapist together and help support one another. We already have such a wonderful community and we hope to continue to nurture that and grow it as well.
We look forward to seeing you in the spring!
Katelyn Baxter-Musser, LCSW
Katelyn Baxter-Musser, LCSW received her MSW from Arizona State University and her BA in psychology with a Minor in criminal justice from American University in Washington D.C. Katelyn has been in private practice in Maine since 2015 and prior to that lived in Arizona where she maintained her private practice and was a supervisor for a local mental health agency. Katelyn is a Certified Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapist and has extensive training in working with individuals, couples, and families who have experienced trauma. Katelyn also practices as a mediator and divorce coach. Katelyn takes a solution-focused approach to help clients identify their needs, find their voice and reach their goals.