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EMDRIA Approved EMDR Basic Training

August 15 @ 8:00 am - August 19 @ 5:00 pm


EMDRIA Approved EMDR Basic Class

15 – 19 August, 2019

40 CEUs and a Student Discount offered




James Funke, LICSW                           and         Jamie Yotz, LMHC
Certified EMDR Practitioner

EMDRIA Approved Consultant/Trainer

Certified EMDR Practitioner,

EMDRIA Approved Consultant/trainer

Approved Clinical Supervisor

Dedicated 20+ years of his professional life

at the Veterans Administration, providing

therapy for Veterans with Combat Trauma

and PTSD




Location:       Spokane, Washington

In Suite 500 of the beautiful and historic US Bank Building at 422 W Riverside Ave

Dates:            15 – 19 August, 2019 – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Format:         This is the five day format.  Participants must attend all days and complete the 10 consultations (phone or in person) to get credit for the course.  20 Hours of Classroom, 20 Hours of Practicum and 10 consultations.


CEUs:             Participants will receive 40 CEUs through WMHCA.  Applies to LMHC,

MFT, and LICSWs.


Cost:          Early Bird: $1,399 (Until June 1, 2019)

$1,499 Regular Tuition (After June 1, 2019)

$999 for Graduate students

Graduate students (second year and above students only) you must include a copy of your transcripts, practicum or internship details and letter from your supervisor which includes the supervisor’s license information and number stating you may take the course and will have clients with whom you will be able to use EMDR.


Contact:    Call (509) 474-1976 or email Admin@TherapySpokane.com

to register.


Eligibility:  Must be an independently licensed professional with mental

health services as part of their scope of practice or an approved

graduate student.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Define and describe EMDR.
  2. Understand the history and origins of EMDR.
  3. Understand and apply the AIP model
  4. Conduct case conceptualization and treatment planning based on the AIP model
  5. List and explain the EMDR model – 8 Phases
  6. Support, through research, EMDR effectiveness
  7. Conduct Resource Development
  8. Determine client readiness for processing
  9. Conduct an EMDR based client clinical history.
  10. Identify potential targets and touchstone memories for EMDR processing
  11. Understand legal and ethical issues related to EMDR
  12. Identify protocols and strategies for special populations and situations
  13. Understand difficulties associated with dissociative disorders and EMDR
  14. Understand, recognize, and process an abreaction
  15. Understand and apply strategies for closing sessions
  16. Apply techniques such as a cognitive interweave, to counter blocking, looping challenges, and other situations that may arise in processing traumatic memories


August 15 @ 8:00 am
August 19 @ 5:00 pm


Northwest Counseling Center


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