The Flash Technique
a 3 hour training for trauma trained mental health professionals.
3 CEs, 3 EMDRIA CEs
This is a hands-on clinical skills training featuring the Flash technique, a brief intervention to reduce memory-related distress. Flash is a recently developed therapy procedure that involves having the client at least partially resolve a traumatic memory without consciously engaging it. Preliminary research has found Flash to be non-distressing, safe, rapid, and effective. In this workshop, participants will learn about Flash research and theory, view a demonstration, and participate in supervised small-group practice.
Participants will be able to:
- Name and sequence the experiences the brain requires for memory reconsolidation (trauma healing).
- Describe the state of the research on Flash.
- Determine when Flash would be appropriate.
- Provide Flash to therapy clients.
- Problem-solve a Flash session when challenges arrise.
Continuing education: Review the information regarding continuing education here. It is important to check with your state board to verify your requirements. Continuing education hours are not available for consultation time, reading requirements, or prerequisites.
Instructors: Ricky Greenwald, PsyD or Cynthia Arnold, LCMHC
Who may attend: This training is for mental health professionals who are already trained in either EMDR or PC.
Date/Time Options (all times Eastern Daylight Time):
Fall 2021 - ONLINE
October 15. 9:00 -12:15 or 1:00 - 4:15.
Winter 2022 - ONLINE
January 5. 9:00 -12:15 or 1:00 - 4:15.
Spring 2022 - ONLINE
April 8. 9:00 -12:15 or 1:00 - 4:15.