Basic EMDR Training Part 2

Location : Sherwood Park, AB
Date : April 5, 2019 - April 7, 2019
Trainer : Sharon Meredith, R.Psych.
Language(s) : English
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Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada | EMDR Training: Integrating EMDR into your Clinical Practice

Part 1: February 22-24, 2019

Part 1 Training Objectives: EMDR Foundations

After attending the training, participants will be able to:

  • List EMDR’s 8 phase and 3 prongs
  • Discuss the AIP approach to psychotherapy
  • Apply extended resourcing interventions
  • Construct a belief focused targeting plan
  • Describe the application of The Processing ContinuumTM
Part 2: April 5-7, 2019

Part 2 Training Objectives: Expanding EMDR Skills

After attending the training, participants will be able to:

  • List 5 EMDR specific targeting plan approaches
  • Develop resourcing skills to assist EMDR processing
  • Demonstrate EMDR’s unrestricted processing
  • Discuss the use of clinical interventions during processing
  • Compare and contrast EMDR standard protocols and procedures with the integrative approach

EMDR Training now has a completion deadline! An EMDRIA policy that went into effect on January 1, 2017 states that all participants must complete the entire EMDR training within 24 months from their initial start date – this includes 20 hours lecture, 20 hours practicum, and 10 hours of required consultation that comprise the EMDR Training Course. Please consider this deadline when registering for the training.

Trainer: Sharon Meredith, R.Psych.

Sharon specializes in treating the overwhelmed, whether as a result of grief, occupational stress injuries, developmental difficulties, acute stress, post-traumatic stress, or complex trauma. As a retired RCMP sergeant (29 years), she is uniquely qualified to offer services to first responders, veterans, armed forces, and health professionals. Sharon is a certified EMDR therapist and is an approved provider of consulting services to EMDR trained therapists.

​Sharon is also skilled in clinical hypnosis, CBT, mindfulness, brainspotting, interpersonal neurobiology, and ​somatic therapies, including Gendlin Focusing and Hakomi. She is a volunteer board member, consultant, and facilitator with the Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis-Alberta Society. Sharon strives to make competent and affordable services available by mentoring master psychology students. She welcomes clients of all ages and cultures. Some of her additional areas of expertise include pain, performance, bipolar, depression, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, and addictions.