EMDR Basic Trainings

Basic EMDR training provides a foundation in the methodology of EMDR psychotherapy. These trainings are appropraite for licensed clinicians, post-masters registered interns, and masters level students in practicum.
This page lists EMDRIA approved EMDR Basic Trainings in the greater Orlando / Central Florida area.
There are a variety of EMDR trainings in Oraldno throughout the year, so check back frequently!

Upcoming Basic EMDR Trainings

  • EMDR Therapy Volusia – Part I is November 17-19 and Part II December 15-17 in Orange City; Lynda Ruf, Ed.S, LMHC, LMFT,  trainer. www.emdrtherapyvolusia.com. Intimate training of 10.
  • EMDR Therapy Volusia – Part I is January 12-14 and Part II February 16-18 in Orange City; Lynda Ruf, Ed.S, LMHC, LMFT,  trainer. www.emdrtherapyvolusia.com. Intimate training of 10.
  • EMDR Institute Regional Training – Part I is January 19-21, 2018 and Part II March 9-11, 2018 at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida. Regina Morrow Robinson, Ed.S., LMHC, LMFT & Claire Mauer, M.A., LMHC are co-trainers. Click for more information or to register.

Variables to consider in selecting your training:

  • Do the dates work for you?
  • Does the size of the training matter to you?
  • Is the location comfortable for you?
  • Is the cost reasonable for you?
  • Do you already have a connection with the training team you wish to grow?
  • Do you perfer to have the 10 hours of consultation included in the training experience ow would you prefer to select your own consultant and arrange consultation on you terms?

PAST TRAININGS OFFERED IN RESPONSE TO PULSE SHOOTING

Below, you can find information and photos from the Part I and Part II EMDR Basic Trainings which were offered in response to the shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

Part II EMDR Training

 August 18 – 20, 2016, Stetson University – Osceola room (3rd floor), 800 Celebration Avenue, Celebration, FL 34747

This training, offered through Trauma Recovery/Humanatarian Assistance Programs (TR/HAP), is being offered in response to the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub. This dedicated group of newly trained EMDR therapists along with their generous trainers and facilitators are pictured below.

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Trainers for Basic Part 2

 Regina Morrow (140x140)Reg Morrow Robinson, Ed.S., LMFT, LMHC, LMHC, NCC, EMDRIA Consultant, EMDR Institute & HAP Trainer, EMDRIA Regional Coordinator 

Claire MauerClaire Mauer, MA, LMHC, NCC, EMDRIA Consultant, HAP Trainer-in-Training, EMDR Institute & HAP Facilitator

Judy Cabecerias, MA, LMFT, EMDRIA Consultant, HAP Trainer-in-Training, EMDR Institute & HAP Facilitator

 

 

 

Facilitators for Basic Part 2

Cherilyn Rowland PetriCherilyn Rowland Petrie, M.A., LMHC, EMDRIA Consultant, EMDR Institute & HAP Falicitator

Josiejosie-juhasz Juhasz, MA, LPC, EMDR Certified Therapist, EMDRIA Consultant, EMDR Institute & HAP Facilitator

 Wendy KraussWendy Kraus, MA, LMHC, EMDR Certified Therapist, EMDRIA Consultant, EMDR Institute & HAP Facilitator

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Part 1 EMDR Training

July 8 – 10, 2016, Stetson University – Osceola room (3rd floor), 800 Celebration Avenue, Celebration, FL 34747

This training was held in response to the Pulse nightclup mass shooting. Participants were eager to learn skills for trauma recovery. Below are some pictures of the event and you can even see the basic training folks join with those on sight to learn and advanced trauma protocol as together they support Orlando Keep Dancing!

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“Orlando Strong” and becoming stronger as these newly trained EMDR therapists are eager to use their new skills to treat and heal with greater effectiveness

Reg Morrow Robinson explains the nuancing of EMDR reprocessing

Reg Morrow Robinson explains the nuancing of EMDR reprocessing

Lynda Ruf makes complex concepts accessable

Lynda Ruf makes complex concepts accessable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orlando Team Work: Cherilyn Rowland Petrie, Mary Jo McHaney, Reg Morrow Robinson, Lynda Ruf, & Lou Ann Baylock

Orlando Team Work: Cherilyn Rowland Petrie, Mary Jo McHaney, Reg Morrow Robinson, Lynda Ruf, & Lou Ann Baylock

How do you when you've had too much "Adaptive Information Processing"?

How do you know you’ve had too much “Adaptive Information Processing”?