Is this you?
- You feel overwhelmed when going through Phase 2 with a client
- You think you need to get through Phase 2 as quickly as possible to get to the “real” work in Phases 3-8
- You get stuck in Phase 2 and don’t know how to prepare your client for trauma reprocessing
It’s very common for clinicians to feel stuck or overwhelmed with a client during Phase 2 and be concerned about being able to effectively prepare them for trauma reprocessing (Phases 3-8).
But what if you could learn how to conceptualize cases through an EMDR lens to create an effective treatment plan for Phase 2 of EMDR?
Join us for our upcoming advanced training on:
Mastering Phase 2: Resourcing, Treatment Planning & MoreJOIN NOW
In this training you will be able to:
Define affect tolerance, window of tolerance, ego strength and state shift.
Describe the structural dissociation model.
Explain steps of Resource Development Protocol.
Name at least 3 important RDIs to include in Phase 2 of EMDR.
Demonstrate the ability to utilize Resource Development Protocol.
Explain 3 presentations of successful Resource Development.
Identify 4 indications that a client requires additional preparation before being ready for Resource Development Installation.
List the appropriate steps to take after an unsuccessful attempt at Resource Development Installation.
List at least 3 ways to increase the likelihood of successful Resource Development Installation.
Conceptualize treatment plans for Phase 2 of EMDR to prepare clients for Phases 3-8 of EMDR.
Completed EMDR Basic Training is required to participate in this training.JOIN NOW
Schedule of Training
*all times are in Eastern Time
9:00-9:30am - Introductions and what to expect
9:30-10:00am - Review of Structural Dissociation/Important Terms (affect tolerance, ego strength, window of tolerance, state shifting)
10:00-10:45am - Resource Development Installation; Additional RDIs
10:45-11:00am - Break
11:00-11:30am - Demo of RDI (nurturing/protector/wise figure, cleansing, confidence/competency)
11:30am-12:30pm - Breakout Rooms to practice RDI
12:30-1:30pm - Lunch Break
1:30-3:00pm - Understanding Resourcing as a Diagnostic Tool
3:00-3:15pm - Break
3:15-4:00pm - Case Conceptualization Breakout Rooms
4:00-4:30pm - Questions/Closing
Meet your speaker
Jamie first learned EMDR in 2017 and has been utilizing it consistently with clients ever since. Jamie became so passionate about EMDR that she went on to become a EMDRIA Approved Consultant and is now providing Advanced Trainings and assisting with Basic Trainings.
She loves the process of helping other clinicians feel confident in their ability to provide EMDR to clients and understands that learning looks different for everyone.
Even though some of the concepts are advanced, Jamie teaches in a way that is relatable and can be understood by learners at different places in their EMDR journey.
Jamie currently specializes in treating Borderline Personality Disorder and is passionate about teaching clinicians how to understand and treat this population utilizing EMDR.
Watch a message from Jamie explaining her motivation behind this training:
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
"I thought I felt comfortable with resourcing, but this training helped me so much more than I expected and it was really exciting to have immediate tools to put into practice today. As a second career person, I've been to a lot of trainings, and know firsthand how often trainings give good information with no tools to put into practice and nothing really ends up changing in the work we do. This was not at all the experience I had with your training and I'm so grateful for your work."
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
"This rates in the top 2-3 trainings I have ever taken. Every part of it was extremely relevant to my needs and 100% applicable to my daily practice with clients. Jamie is obviously a content expert yet delivers the material in a way that is easy to understand and conceptualize. She also has a very affirming presence and attitude. Excellent training in every aspect!"
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
"This was a great review and Jamie was a wonderful presenter, very patient and able to relate individual questions to theory and resources available on a more general scale. So glad to be a part of this training."
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Mastering Phase 2: Resourcing, Treatment Planning & More
Friday, January 13
9:00am - 4:30pm EST
Virtual TrainingJOIN NOW
Trauma Specialists Training Institute welcomes any clinician who is eligible for this training. Our training environment is geared toward inclusivity and we welcome all ages, abilities, cultures, ethnicities, races, gender identities (including NB), sexual orientations, and religions.
We want to provide equal access to our training. If you are in need of any kind of accommodation to attend this training, please reach out to us so we can work with you to set up any accommodations needed. Contact [email protected]
Confidentiality Statement: All participant identifying information will be kept confidential upon registration of this training. Each participant can choose what name and identifying information to present on their Zoom screen.
Trauma Specialists Training Institute, LLC maintains responsibility for all aspects of this program and its content.
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