17th Annual Northern California EMDR Regional Meeting (Online)
March 26, 2022
This training will be conducted online.
Optional APA or CA BBS CE credit is available for an additional $25 for the three hour session. See below for more information about CE credits.
Eligibility: Registration for the 2022 Northern California EMDR Regional Meeting is open to all clinicians who have completed any part of an EMDRIA-approved basic EMDR training.
Cancellation: Reservations may be cancelled for a full refund up until one week prior to the event; after that date, no refunds will be given. If you register and pay for the presentation and do not attend and do not cancel, your registration fee will be forfeited. If you register but your check is not received within a week of your registration, your registration may be voided.
CE Credits: This presentation is approved for 3 units of APA or CA BBS CE credits. TO RECEIVE CE CREDIT’S PARTICIPANTS MUST COMPLETE THE ENTIRE DAY (3 HOURS).
Dr. Philip Manfield is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Dr. Philip Manfield maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
3 EMDRIA credits have been applied for and are under review. EMDRIA CE credits are only needed for those EMDRIA members who are “certified” (or are applying for certification) and those who are “approved consultants.”
There is no additional charge for EMDRIA credits; however, you will need let us know if you require EMDRIA credits when you register (via check or online). If you send a check for $50, we will assume that you wish to obtain CA BBS CE’s @ $25 for the 3 hours. This cost is up from the past 12 years due to a policy that the BBS has adopted making the process of getting approval for CE’s difficult and quite time consuming.
Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
Using EMDR with Fragmented Clients: a New Protocol for Overcoming Self-Alienation
Clients’ trauma-related fragmentation presents challenges for the EMDR therapist when dissociative responses complicate or disrupt trauma processing. The processing may appear to be going smoothly but, despite apparent success, doesn’t result in resolution and completion for the client. Or the client may become flooded and de-stabilized. Traumatized clients have one body and one mind but can also have many parts holding different trauma responses to the same event. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to a protocol for working with fragmented or dissociative disordered clients that can enable effective processing of the trauma and also facilitate increased self-compassion.
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