Online – EMDR Basic Training Part 2

Location : Online
Date : November 19, 2021 - November 21, 2021
Trainer : Dr. Amanda Bell, RSW
Language(s) : English
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Fall Virtual Training with Dr. Amanda Bell, RSW

Part One: September 17-19, 2021
Part Two: November 19-21, 2021

Trainer: Dr. Amanda Bell, RSW

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The Program:

The 48-hour EMDRIA approved curriculum assures participants the highest standard of training and includes 10 hours of group consultation. Both Part 1 and 2 of the training involve lectures, live demonstrations, video and individual supervised practice of EMDR Therapy. Upon completion of both Part 1 & 2 and 10 hours of consultation, participants receive an EMDR Therapy Basic Training Certificate recognized by EMDRIA. EMDR Therapy Basic Training workshops are for clinical purposes only. They do not qualify participants to train others in EMDR.

The Trainer: 

Dr. Amanda Bell, RSW, is the Clinical Director/Owner of private practice group in London ON, and has been in clinical practice since 1995, specializing in treatment, research and training in child and adult sexual abuse and trauma.  Amanda became a Certified EMDR Practitioner in January 2011 and Certified EMDR Consultant July 2013, and is a CAPT Certified Play Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer. Amanda is passionate about integrating creative approaches and advanced EMDR protocols to address the needs of children and adults with complex trauma and dissociation; while maintaining fidelity to the Standard Protocol. She provides ongoing EMDR consultation to several children’s mental health agencies and individual clinicians. Amanda completed her doctoral degree in social work in 2012.

Program Eligibility:

The program is open to anyone with a minimum Masters level degree working in the mental health profession. A clinical background is a prerequisite for the effective application of EMDR Therapy treatment. Applicants must belong to a professional organization with a code of ethics. Private practice therapists must be licensed or certified with their professional organization. If a student, applicants must be enrolled in a Master’s or Doctorate level program in the mental health field and currently involved in the practicum and/or internship portion of their program (first year students not eligible) and on a licensing track working under the supervision of a fully licensed mental health professional.