The annual EMDR UK conference takes place on 19 March 2021 online and is NOW open for bookings.
Following on from the success of our free webinars on Online EMDR Therapy (recordings still available here), we are now offering regular free webinars on other subjects related to EMDR.
A big thank you to Dr Naomi Fisher, EMDR Consultant and Facilitator, and Caroline Van Diest, EMDR Trainer who kindly presented our recent free webinar on Using EMDR with Clients on the Autism Spectrum. If you missed this or past webinars they are still available and can still be found via “Other Webinars” on this link here.
This is now available to non-members with an interest in EMDR Therapy Research and practice
MOST RECENT EDITION : Winter 2021 Vol 3 No 1
This and all future version are now in a new E-edition to make for easier reading on computers, tablets and mobiles
Previous issues are available for members in the Members section here
There are a large amount of resources held in the pages below including EMDR UK guidance, free webinars, articles, weblinks, etc.
A small research group are conducting a research study with Kings College London on how EMDR therapists use EMDR with autistic clients. There is no data collection with clients, it is about therapist experiences. The flyer here explains the study and contains the link to the survey should you want to participate. Please do share it with anyone else you know who may be using EMDR with autistic clients.’
A Guide to the Storytelling (Narrative) Approach in EMDR Therapy by Robin Logie et al.
Published by: Trauma Aid UK, 2020. £15. Proceeds go to Trauma Aid UK
Using Stories in EMDR is a comprehensive guide to the incorporation of storytelling into the practice of EMDR. Based on the work of Joan Lovett, the book provides a theoretical background and context for the use of storytelling before describing a detailed step-by-step guide to this approach. The book includes five detailed case studies based on the work of the authors.
To buy the book: www.emdrequipmenteurope.com/product-page/using-stories-in-emdr