EMDR Resourcing: Helping Clients Strengthen Their Inner Resources
Date(s) - 04/13/2016
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
About the Workshop
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an effective therapeutic tool for helping individuals process traumatic life events along with negative emotions, cognitions and physical sensations. Prior to processing traumatic material, it is essential to help clients have internal access to a calm state, enhance positive emotions and strengthen positive memories. This 2-hour training will give an overview of various methods of resourcing clients with eye-movements.
- Part of a new Trauma Training Program, 2nd Wednesdays, January to June, 2016.
- FREE for therapists, pastors, and others who minister to trauma survivors.
- 2 CEUs available through the California Board of Behavioral Science (PCE 5880) for all LMFTs,LCSWs, LEPs and LPCCs, for a fee of $20 (payable by cash or check to Christian Counseling Centers).
About the Presenter
Janie Sheedy is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC# 80846) working in private practice at two locations in both Pleasant Hill and Pleasanton. Janie received her Masters from Western Seminary in 2008 and her B.S. in Psychology through Excelsior College in 2005. She is also board certified with the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) as an EMDR Clinician. Janie likes working with individuals struggling with grief and loss, depression and anxiety and family-of-origin issues. Janie uses both a relational approach along with her skills, particularly utilizing EMDR. She loves giving people a safe place to tell their stories and find depth and meaning to their suffering, as well as find resolution and reintegrate their stories in a more adaptable manner. Janie has continued to participate in advanced skills for using EMDR, including Dyadic Resourcing and the Feeling State Addiction Protocol.
Registration is closed for this event.