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    EMDR Consultation

    EMDR Consultation for Basic Training

    Lynn Smith is an EMDR Institute Facilitator and offers group and individual consultation required for the EMDR Institute’s Basic Training weekends 1&2. Consultation is provided via Zoom. Sessions emphasize case conceptualization, learning and the integration of the 8 phase standard protocol into your practice. Clinicians learn an enhanced and thorough understanding of the Institute’s basic training model through case presentations, question and answer sessions, and group discussion of key concepts and relevant research. Ongoing consultation is available after the requirement for basic training is met.

    Fees for consultation are $50 per group hour and $85 for individual. Weekly groups are typically offered on Wednesday evenings(6, 7, or 8 PM ET) and on Friday and Saturday mornings(9, 10, or 11am ET) for 1 hour. Additional times offered on an as needed basis for groups of 2 or more. You may choose from 1 to 2.5  hour group sessions.

    Reach out for this week’s schedule HERE! 

    EMDRIA Certification in EMDR therapy

    Mental health clinicians are eligible to become EMDR Certified Therapists through EMDRIA if they have an advanced degree from an accredited college or university, are fully licensed in their mental health professional field for independent practice, and have two years of experience (minimum) in that field. Specific EMDR requirements include completion of an EMDRIA approved training program in EMDR therapy, a minimum of 50 clinical sessions in which EMDR was utilized, and 20 hours of consultation in EMDR by an Approved Consultant. To maintain the credential, EMDR Certified Therapists must complete twelve hours of continuing education in EMDR every two years.

    EMDRIA Approved Consultant

    For therapists who have completed the certification process, consultation for advanced credentialing as an Emdria Approved Consultant (Consultant in Training) is available. For more information on the CIT process visit here first: