The EMDR Association East Anglia is excited to invite EMDR therapists to our next regional regional conference, in Chelmsford on Saturday May 7 – a fabulous day lined up with four presentations including a live video link presentation with Dr Jim Knipe.
The day is open to EMDR therapists in the region whether members of the Association or not (though we encourage all our colleagues to join up) – click here to book a place, as they’ll go fast. Just £50, with CPD points applied for.
Plan for the day:
10.00am – 10.30am – Registration (Refreshments provided)
10.30am – 10.45am – Introductions
10.45am – 11.15am – Presentation: ‘EMDR with chronic and complex trauma ‘ : When clients present with complex trauma we often need to draw on diverse approaches to promote recovery and change – the presentation will outline some ways I have engaged trauma clients using a blend of approaches from CBT and EMDR – James Thomas, EMDR Therapist.
11.15am – 11.30am – Short break
11.30am – 12.00pm – Presentation: ‘The Pro’s & Con’s of using EMDR Equipment’ –
Ulf Jarish, Managing Director from EMDR Equipment Europe.
12.00pm – 12.45pm – Networking in small groups by speciality i.e. EMDR with Children & Adolescents, EMDR with OCD etc
12.45pm – 1.45pm – Lunch & Refreshments provided
1.45pm – 2.15pm – Presentation: ‘EMDR Through the Qualitative Lens’, Qualitative research has a venerable history, in which simple clinical description and observation play key parts. This presentation will show how a qualitative take on EMDR could be both scientifically illuminating and useful – Roger Kingerlee, EMDR Consultant.
2.15pm – 2.35pm – Break & Refreshments
2.35pm – 3.20pm – Questions & Answers with 3 regional Consultants.
3.20pm – 4.20pm – Live video link with Dr Jim Knipe – Targeting the ‘Avoidance Response’ working with defences with clients and how these need to be modified with dissociative clients.
4.20pm – 4.45pm – Discussion (optional) & CPD certificates given out.
St Cedd’s Hall, Chapter House, New Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1TY
Please see maps and car park information attached below. Chapter House is next to the Cathedral approximately a 4 minute walk from the train station.
£50 including lunch & refreshments.