In the EMDR community, we readily acknowledge the effectiveness of the AIP Model for PTSD or DD.  What if we could also utilize EMDR for professional athletes, dancers, and creatives—people who are at the top of their game, as it were, or should be?   

 

Well, we can.   

 

Elite performers engage in activities that are both highly rewarding and highly stressful.  Working with the high-performance mindset requires careful consideration to apply effective intervention strategies.   

 

That’s where Sara Gilman comes in.  Dr. Gilman, PsyD. LMFT, has worked with professional football and baseball players, Olympic gymnasts and equestrians, triathletes, cyclists, and ice skaters, as well as professional singers, actors, speakers, and artists.  She’s an accomplished veteran in the specialization of peak performance.   

Sara Gilman

Gilman is sharing her expertise in a new workshop, EMDR and Performance:  Removing Blocks and Raising the Bar—Strategies for Clinicians Working with Athletes and Creatives, May 17, 2019, from 1pm to 4pm in beautiful Carlsbad, California. 

 

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to work effectively with athletes and other performance personalities, come spend this informative and engaging afternoon with EMDR Professional Training and Dr. Sara Gilman.   

 

Learn to conceptualize the elite performer mindset and assess the presenting problem through a lens of the AIP model.  Additional resources such as Guided Imagery, Heart Rate Variability, and Self-Hypnosis are included in this high-value, three-hour advanced training. 

 

Seating is limited to 50 attendees.  Register at EMDR Professional Training today! 

 

 

EMDR and Performance:  

Removing Blocks and Raising the Bar—Strategies for Clinicians Working with  Athletes and Creatives 

 

Date:May 17, 2019 

Times:1pm to 4pm (Registration @ 12:45pm) 

Location:Tri-City Wellness & Fitness Center, 6205 El Camino Real, Carlsbad, CA  92009