Come learn the world’s most efficacious trauma therapy.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) is quickly becoming the worlds most popular therapy.:
We have 3 trainings coming up, with each training spanning over 3 seperate weekends. Our training dates and locations are:
Why should I get trained in EMDR Therapy?
EMDR Therapy is a highly researched modality useful in the treatment of a highly varying variety of diagnoses and populations. EMDR has protocols for the following populations and diagnoses.
Populations such as:
- Children and Adolescents, using protocols such as play therapy, art therapy, and standard EMDR Protocols adjusted to young children and adolescents.
- First Responders
- Police Officers
- Couples (In conjunction with standard regular martial counseling in whatever style or mode it is being done)
Trauma and PTSD
- Victim of a Crime
- Survivor of Physical/Sexual Abuse
- Survivor of Domestic Violence
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Accidents or Natural Disasters
- First Responders
- Complex & Simple Trauma
- Subtance Abuse Disorders
- Porn Addiction
- Prescription Drugs
- Compulsive Overeating
- Bipolar Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Dissociative Identify Disorder
- Other Psychosis
Grief and Loss
- Death of a loved one
- Loss of Child
- Abortion or Miscarriage
- Loss of a Relationship
- Divorce of parents (children/adolescents)
Depression, Rage, and Anxiety
- persistent depressive disorder (chronic depression)
- Low Self-Esteem
- Anger and Rage
- Frustration and Disappointment
- Persistent Anxiety
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Social Phobia/Anxiety
- Gneralized Anxiety
- Panic Disorder or attacks
Is there a difference between EMDR Therapy and Prolong Exposure Therapy or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
EMDR Therapy does work very differently than exposure or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Some argue that Prolonged Exposure looks a lot like EMDR, and that the only difference is the eye movements. While Dr. Francine Shaprio (the inventor of EMDR) said she if could go back and do it over again, she may rename her therapy “Reprocessing Therapy,” and that is where EMDR separates itself, is in the reprocessing. The Eye Movements are what keep the client grounded in the present, while simultaneously allowing them to revisit traumatic memories and have them reprocessed.
What Does it Cost? Why should I pay for your training?
The price of our training ranges from $1500 to $1900, depending on if you are a student, licensed clinician, or clinician in a for-profit environment. We also have a payment plan where you pay for the course in three separate payments.
Why should I pay for your training?
What you will earn as an EMDR clinician far exceed what you pay for our training. In all likely hood, the training will pay for itself within one or two months of the training. EMDR Clinicians have their practices and careers dramatically accelerated due to the exceptional results they see in their clients. Often times, a torrent of referrals will flood the clinicians phone and email after their training.
|Licensed Clinicians in Private Practice or working in for profit setting||$1900|
|Licensed Clinicians working in a non-profit agency at least 20 hours per week
(proof of employment required)
|Interns/Psychological Assistants/Associates with Supervisor Approval||$1700|
|Graduate Students with Supervisor Approval||$1500|
What others are saying
“I want to thank Curt for the quality education that he has provided.”
“EMDR Saved my life.” -Heidi Francine
Curt Rouanzoin provided my training for EMDR parts 1 and 2. He combines a down to earth, practical approach to his workshops, combined with humor and respect for all attendees. Based on the high quality of the training, I felt very comfortable about moving forward in offering EMDR through my practice. As a result, my practice has fourished! I continue to look to Curt as a role model and mentor, especially as I realize how much there is to learn about EMDR in order to become a truly proficient practitioner. I am truly thankful to Curt for his guidance, and I recommend him to any licensed professional who seeks the highest level of training in EMDR.
Michelle Gottlieb has provided ongoing guidance to me in developing my practice. She is greatly knowledgeable about EMDR, and has a straight forward approach, which I greatly appreciate. Michelle demonstrates the highest level of professional integrity, and I would not hesitate to consider her for advanced training.
-Audrey E. Grider
EMDR is endorsed and used by the worlds leading clinician’s such as:
Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk
Dr. Dan Seigel
Dr. Gabor Maté