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EMDR Basic Training (Part #) | Univ of Buffalo (SUNY)
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Presented by Marcy Brimo, LCSW-R and Seaghan Coleman, LCSW

3/6/2015 to 3/7/2015
When: 3/6/2015
Where: Pride Center of WNY
200 S Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, New York  14201
United States
Presenter: Marcy Brimo, LCSW-R and Seaghan Coleman, LCSW
Contact: Marcy Brimo

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Training Dates:

March 6-7, 2015

March 27-28, 2015

April 23-25, 2015

(8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m each day)


Course Objectives

The objective of EMDR Therapy Basic Training is to train students to meet the minimum standards for EMDRIA approved basic training in EMDR Therapy. This training program will provide the students with the knowledge of how to develop a case conceptualization and treatment plan within the AIP model and how to integrate and utilize EMDR Therapy in their clinical practice.


Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  1. Present an overview of the history of EMDR.
  2. Discuss current theoretical conceptualizations of EMDR Therapy and of the AIP Model and discuss the current explanatory model, methodology and underlying mechanisms of EMDR Therapy.
  3. Describe the empirical support for EMDR.
  4. Discuss clinical applications of EMDR Therapy with diverse problems and populations and have the ability to integrate EMDR into clinical practice.
  5. Demonstrate competence in implementing and integrating EMDR Therapy according to established protocols in clinical practice.
  6. Integrate EMDR Therapy into a comprehensive intervention plan using the AIP model to guide the development of a case conceptualization and treatment plan.

Training Overview

This course focuses on the origin, theory, components, research and application of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a treatment method originally developed for treating trauma and now being applied to a range of client problems. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to utilize this method appropriately and effectively with diverse client populations and problems. Such use is based on an understanding of the theoretical basis of EMDR Therapy, client safety issues, integration with a comprehensive treatment plan, and supervised practice with the components of EMDR as well as its various applications.This EMDR course is based on the original Shapiro model of EMDR, which is suitable for adults as well as children.


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Alt Contact: Seaghan Coleman at 716-435-7753

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