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Following on from the success of our free webinars on Online EMDR Therapy (recording still available here), we are now offering regular free webinars on other subjects related to EMDR.

Thank you to Justin Havens and David Pike for their recent free webinars. If you missed them, you can listen here for further details.

Our next free webinar is Kindly being ran by Dr Alexandra Dent on the 10th September 2020 at 1600-1830hrs. This session is limited to 500 guests and will not be recorded. Please click here for further information.

  • We are really excited to launch our podcast series! This is a selection of interviews with key figures in the EMDR community or clinicians/researchers discussing key EMDR subjects.
  • Click here and listen to the podcast series.
  • If you want to volunteer to be interviewed and have something interesting to say about EMDR therapy please get in touch.


  • A selection of EMDR articles mainly provided by EMDR Europe. If you have copyright free articles relating to EMDR therapy, please contact us.


A Guide to the Storytelling (Narrative) Approach in EMDR Therapy

Robin Logie, Mark Bowers, Alexandra Dent, Jo Elliott, Mike O’Connor & Ali Russell 

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.

The authors are four clinical psychologists and two educational psychologists with extensive experience of using EMDR with children, particularly the storytelling approach.

To buy the book:

  • To see the EMDR International Association video on EMDR click here

EMDR Therapy Quarterly

This is now available to non-members with an interest in EMDR Therapy Research and practice

Spring 2020 Vol 2 No 2 (Covid-19 Special Edition)

Winter 2020 Vol 2 No 1

Spring 2019 Vol 1 No 1

Summer 2019 Vol 1 No 2

Previous issues are available for members in the Members section here

Online EMDR Therapy / Covid-19 issues

There are a large amount of resources held in the pages below including EMDR UK guidance, free webinars, articles, weblinks, etc.

Information for clients

Information for therapists