Upcoming Workshops

GOEMDRIAN 2020

The following programs are being developed for 2020:

  • EMDR Latest & Greatest – March 6, 2020; various presenters
  • Eating Disorders – May 15, 2020, presented by Marnie Davis
  • EMDRIA Annual Conference – August 27-30, 2020, Arlington, Virginia

Connect EMDR Training & Consulting presents:

EMDR Recent Traumatic Episode & Group Traumatic Episode Protocol

DATE: Friday, May 1 – Saturday, May 2, 2020
TIME: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
LOCATION: Ronald McDonald House,
13551 Nemours Parkway, Orlando, FL 32827
TRAINER: Reg Morrow Robinson, Ed.S, LMFT, LMHC
COST: $380 ($350 before February 7)

This this two-day Recent Traumatic Episode (R-TEP) and Group Traumatic Episode Protocol (G-TEP) training developed by Elan Shapiro and Brurit Laub leads you step by step through comprehensive, research validated protocols for working with survivors of recent trauma both individually and in groups. While EMDR Basic Training provides an overview of one of the recent events protocols, this comprehensive protocol offers a deeper understanding and sheds light on broader applications of how and when to use EMDR for early trauma intervention.

Registration & more information.


Connect EMDR Training & Consulting presents:

Working with Anxiety and Dissociative Disorders as an EMDR Therapist

DATE: Friday, September 18 – Saturday, September 19, 2020
TIME: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
LOCATION: TBD
TRAINER: Bill Brislin, M.A., NCC, LMHC,
COST: TBD

This two-day training will explore considerations in treating a variety of anxiety disorders. On the second day, these principles will be expanded as the topic of complex trauma and dissociation is considered. Check back for more information.


GOEMDRIAN 2021

The following programs are being developed for 2021:

  • Resourcing – 1/2 day March 12, 2021, presented by Dr. Gulnora Hundley.
  • Somatic Resourcing – 1/2 day March 12, 2021 presented by Lauren Hahn
  • EMDRIA Annual Conference – August 26-29, 2021, Denver, Colorado
  • Dissociation, 1/2 day, October or November 2021, Amy Wagner
  • Chronic Mental Illness – 1/2 day, October or November 2021