Month: November 2019
DeTUR™ Workshop Registration is closing soon!
Registration closes December 5th, 2019 for DeTUR™: An urge reduction protocol in dealing with addictions and dysfunctional behaviors and the underlying causing traumas.
Join EMDR Professional Training as we welcome A.J. Popky, Ph.D. for his two-day workshop December 7 & 8, 2019 at the Heath Academic Center on the campus of Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California.
A pioneer of EMDR Therapy, Dr. Popky will share from his vast experience of EMDR Therapy practice, presenting his trademarked method known as DeTUR™, an AAIP urge protocol for addictions and dysfunctional behaviors. DeTUR™ targets the triggers that bring up the uncomfortable feelings leading to urges. The purpose of the protocol is to uncover the core traumas and reprocess them through to completion.
You really don’t want to miss this EMDR therapy advanced training with Dr. Popky. He was instrumental in the founding of the EMDR Institute with Francine Shapiro, and he has worked extensively with the U.S. Armed Forces, helping heal wounded warriors. This chance to learn from him in person will be a remarkable experience.
Registration for DeTUR™ closes December 5th, 2019.
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At EMDR Professional Training™, we believe one sustaining fact that makes our work very purposeful: EMDR therapy is effective.
How Do We Know EMDR Therapy is Effective?
Ongoing research continues to confirm the efficacy of EMDR therapy, especially in its treatment of trauma-related conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depressive or anxious comorbid symptoms. For example, in the article titled, “Efficacy of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing in Children and Adolescents with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials” (2017), Moreno-Alcázar, et.al. concluded that, from a meta-analysis of eight studies, “EMDR therapy was superior” to other conditions. Add to this research and many more studies like it with similar results, the recommendations of entities such as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense (2017), where both strongly recommend EMDR for the treatment of trauma (p. 6), citing strong evidence for the use of the protocol from clinical trials.
Effective Education for Effective Therapy
Because EMDR therapy is proven to be an effective therapy, EMDR Professional Training™ is also committed to providing you with effective education to support your practice of it.
That’s why we offer you both online and live, in-person education, giving you options in the way you engage in your EMDR therapy training.
Ways to Engage
For many, an online environment is an effective form of education where the freedom to set your own pace and revisit the material offers flexibility. Others regard live education, such as our advanced workshop weekends, as their best option because of the intense focus over the span of a weekend, along with the opportunity to network and discuss the material with colleagues.
In addition to providing options for the way you train, we offer you a stellar list of presenters who not only hold distinguished résumés of experience in the mental health field, but also exhibit clinical excellence in their practice of EMDR therapy. In short, you’ll find effective instruction from each of our presenters, affording you the best education available in EMDR therapy.
So that’s why we’ve chosen Effective as a word to describe what we’re about at EMDR Professional Training™. An effective form of treatment available to you in effective modes of instruction.
Join us live or online for your next Advanced Course or get started with a three-weekend Basic Training. We’d love to support you in your work and continuing education of EMDR therapy.
Department of Veterans Affairs & Department of Defense (2017). VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Stress Disorder.
Washington, DC: Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense. Retrieved November 9, 2019 from https://www.healthquality.va.gov/guidelines/MH/ptsd/VADoDPTSDCPGClinicianSummaryFinal.pdf
Moreno-Alcázar, A., Treen, D., Valiente-Gómez, A., Sio-Eroles, A., Pérez, V., Amann, B. L., & Radua, J. (2017).
Efficacy of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing in Children and Adolescent with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 1750. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01750