While we’ll issue our own attendance certificates, on this occasion there will be no formal EMDR Association CPD points, as the main focus won’t be EMDR.
Frazzled, burnt out, struggling, inspired, BUSY, not getting the exercise, cooped up, running out of steam as a therapist?
Well, our new afternoon (morning in the US) with our old friend, teacher and mentor Dr Jamie Marich could be the answer, as she shares with us her tips about staying sane and healthy when working intensely online and over months, in depth, with our clients’ trauma.
As ever in these new Zoom days, friends and colleagues from way beyond East Anglia are welcome to join us for an afternoon of inspiration, ideas and online fun as we share ideas and learn how to keep ourselves safe, sane and healthy (well, within reasonable bounds) in this new world as COVID continues to unfold.
The EMDR Association UK’s regional East Anglia group are thrilled to have secured the internationally renowned, indeed legendary EMDR Consultant and Trainer Ana Gomez for our next networking day online in April 2021, to take us through how, as EMDR therapists, to work with complex trauma, parts and our client’s inner systems.
Where: Online, on Zoom.
When: 1400-2100 UK time Saturday April 24 2021 (note the afternoon and evening times, as Ana will be presenting from the US).
STOP PRESS – Ana has generously agreed that we can record the day, so even if you can’t be with us live, if you’re paid and signed up you’ll have access to full workshop video, audio and recorded chat for a further month, also qualifying for the CPD points.
How to book and cost: via Eventbrite here. £55 for Association members, £60 for non-members
Ana M Gomez, MC, LPC born in Colombia (South America) is a psychotherapist in private practice, author of several books, chapters and articles, and a lecturer internationally known for her innovative work with children and adolescents.
She’s an EMDRIA approved consultant, an EMDRIA advanced training provider, an EMDR Institute and EMDR-IBA trainer and a trainer of trainers.
As Ana describes it, clients with complex and developmental trauma present with layers of trauma, adversity, attachment injuries and unmet needs.