Norwich Networking Day Saturday Nov 21 2015, with Feeling State Protocol and Mindfulness


Thanks to those of you who joined us for a day of regional EMDR networking, with multilaterally stimulating presentations on EMDR from two of our regional colleagues:

– Joe Kearney presented on using the Feeling State Addiction Protocol (FSAP) and;

– Mark Hambrook presented on integrating Mindfulness with EMDR.


Case discussions, Q&A with regionally-based EMDR Consultants,

This day has been awarded four CPD points by the EMDR Association UK & Ireland.

Mark Hambrook  introduced the pioneering work of Dr Richard Davidson and Paul Ekman (depression and anxiety) and Catherine Kerr’s exploration of somatic mindfulness. He’ll also explore what are termed the motivational systems, and self compassion, with brief practice and an attention/experience exercise. A link to download Mark’s presentation is at the bottom of this page  

Joe Kearney introduced Robert Miller’s Feeling State Addiction Protocol (FSAP) and attendees will have the opportunity to practise elements of this adaptation of/addition to the Standard EMDR Protocol.

Click here for a fuller explanation of the FSAP, which aims to break the link between the positive experience provided by an addictive activity and the activity itself.

Alongside Joe’s and Mark’s presentations, the Norwich day was an opportunity to renew personal connections with fellow EMDR enthusiasts throughout East Anglia and neighbouring counties.

Mindfulness is flavour of the decade  – in business, in the NHS, in healthcare generally – bringing a 2500-year-old practice of emotional and spiritual well-being up-to-date with today’s revolution in brain science.

Joe’s FSAP Presentation

mindfulness presentation

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