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Adapting EMDR to Telehealth Virtual10/18

How to Adapt EMDR to Telehealth: Adapting the Eight Phases to an Online Environment EMDRIA-approved

  • Starts Oct 18
  • From 199 US dollars
  • Zoom Conferencing

Available spots

Service Description

Adapting the Eight Phases of EMDR to an online environment (with practicum) via live webinar. EMDRIA-approved training. *8 hours CE. Free 2-hour Q & A 3-4 weeks after the training TBD to allow for case questions or questions for applying to clinical practice. In this training, the trainer will go over basic telehealth practices and discuss how to adapt each of the eight phases of EMDR to telehealth. The webinar will cover (in detail) each phase and how to complete each phase through telehealth. The trainer will teach many different options for dual attention stimulus (bilateral stimulation) and also offer a large variety of resourcing activities for an online environment. The training also includes an extensive practicum in which participants can practice doing the 8 phases of EMDR in an online environment and get feedback and supervision. Multiple platforms will be available for practice, and individuals will be grouped based on the modality of dual-attention stimulus (bilateral stimulation). Training will include additional protocols, including EMD, positive affect tolerance, future templates, and recent events protocol in the online environment. Additionally, extra resources will be provided for the online environment. This training is for anyone who has at least completed the half (3 days) of an EMDRIA approved Basic training. This is an EMDRIA-approved. The trainer is an EMDRIA-approved consultant and trainer. At the end of this training, you will have a working knowledge of how to adapt EMDR to all of the phases of EMDR. EVENT SCHEDULE: How to Adapt EMDR to Telehealth: Adapting the Eight Phases to an Online Environment – 8 EMDRIA approved CEs August 30, 2024 8:30 am - 5:30pm CST OR October 18, 2024 8:30 am - 5:30 pm CST (separate registration link) Timeline: 8:30 am - 10:30 am Instruction on online EMDR DAS platforms, DAS, creating a safe online environment for EMDR, and adapting resourcing to an online environment 10:00 am - 12:00 pm - First Practicum on using online EMDR DAS platforms, DAS, creating a safe online environment for EMDR, and resourcing in an online environment 12:00 pm-1:00 pm - Lunch 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm – Instruction on adapting the eight phases to an online environment 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm - Second Practicum on practicing desensitization Free Q&A from 10 am-12 pm CST Date TBD For any questions about the training or ADA accomodations, Contact Dr. Litteral at or 830-357-8933.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

There are no non-emergent refunds. Once the training has begun, there will be no refunds, but you may attend another training for 50% off. If there are not at least 10 participants, the trainer will give you an option of taking the next training (preferred) or receiving a full refund. To participate, you must meet the EMDRIA requirements. A significant part of the training involves clinicians working on their issues. These practice experiences are for training purposes and do not replace formal therapy. All participants should be prepared to address disturbing real-life experiences to appreciate the subjective experience of EMDR and to provide valid training experiences for other participants. It is not unusual for a target memory to bring up other events. It’s also common to have continued processing throughout and after the training. Additionally, trauma-related case material, didactic information, or client videos may cause disturbances due to unresolved issues. By signing up for the course, it is assumed that participants: 1. You affirm that you have and can employ coping skills. 2. You acknowledge, understand, and knowingly assume the risks of participating in the training. You hereby release RYSCC, PLLC and their respective affiliates from any and all liability, costs, and injury that may arise or result from the training. 3. Participants in mental health treatment should inform their provider about all aspects of this training, including the experiential component, to secure their provider's support in advance. Please also inform your trainer so they can be attentive to any needs. 4. It is the participant's responsibility to seek and obtain appropriate mental health assistance if desired. Providing such assistance is neither a part of nor an extension of the training. 5. If you have any medical challenges, consult your doctor and get medical clearance before participating in this training. 6. All participants must have a current and active caseload. This training is designed to allow participants to use interventions learned with their clients. This training program is not intended for anyone without a current caseload. By signing up for and purchasing this training, you agree to the terms above and the refund policy.

Contact Details


Roanoke Roanoke, TX, USA

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