Intensive Trauma-Focused Therapy
A 5 day experiential training
Learn how to provide
intensive trauma-focused therapy!
(pending) 29 CEs, (pending)12 EMDRIA CEs
Only for therapists already trained in EMDR or PC.
This workshop will outline the potential benefits and pitfalls of intensive trauma-focused therapy, review the research, and teach, in detail, how to do it. Participants must already be trained in EMDR or PC, and no modifications of those treatment protocols are proposed. Rather, the focus is on how to sequence the various types of interventions that are normally done over the course of trauma-informed treatment, how to manage certain types of clinical issues, and how to manage the business aspect. In the first two days, participants will learn the step by step system for implementing intensive trauma-focused therapy. In the remaining days, participants will conduct guided/supervised intensive trauma-focused therapy with one another.
The training program involves lecture, demonstration, and in-class practice. This is an experiential training, and part of the learning is to practice the interventions with other participants. Although participants are always in charge of what they disclose, many individuals have reported that their participation led to facing personal issues. More information here.
Participants will be able to:
- Develop and implement a comprehensive trauma-informed treatment plan.
- Problem-solve a challenging case using the trauma treatment framework.
- implement the set of procedures required to provide intensive trauma-focused therapy to clients.
Instructor: Ricky Greenwald, PsyD and faculty
Who May Attend: This is an advanced workshop for mental health professionals who are already trained in EMDR or PC. Also, participants must be able to engage in extensive EMDR or PC, in the client role, without undue risk of destabilization. If you have any question about your eligibility, please contact the instructor.
Upcoming ONLINE Training:
January 24 (Sunday) 6:30 -8:30 PM; Jan 25 - 28 9-5 each day; January 29 (Friday) 9 AM-12:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
If these dates don't work for you: E-mail us to be notified of additional dates.
Enrollment is limited to 18 people.
Participants will be accepted on a first-come basis.