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EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing) for Hypnotherapists

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 Join this exciting and stimulating event and learn this wonderful, break through powerful therapy for dealing with trauma (PTSD) and much more.

N.B. This course is designed for certified Hypnotherapists.

On the day we cover…EMDR incorporating Hypnosis

  • The development and history of E.M.D.R.
  • The Adaptive Information Process (AIP)
  • The E.M.D.R. Procedures.
  • The E.M.D.R. Protocol
  • Preparing our client
  • Questions to ask
  • 8 stage process
  • The negative feeling called the SUD and how to test
  • The  replacement feeling called the VOC and how to test
  • What our clients need to complete between sessions
  • How to use Hypnosis with EMDR and the reasons for incorporating Hypnosis?
  • Live Demonstrations
  • Demonstration on [Food] Cravings
  • Demonstration on a Single Trauma
  • Demonstration on Multiple Trauma
  • Practical hands on exercises

The day involves learning together with live demonstrations. Instead of spending the day talking through a manual or death by PowerPoint we will engage for most of our day (80%) on the practical uses of EMDR. We learn quicker and easier by doing.

Group will practice on a Single trauma or event and then Multiple traumas or events. Involving the use of EMDR on cravings for Substance Abuse, Nicotine and Food. Our learning experience consists of me explaining followed by live demonstrations, then you have the opportunity to practice in a supervised environment.

Location Leamington
Category Complementary Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 07 Mar 2020
Start time 9:30am
Venue Address The Holiday Inn Olympus Avenue, Tachbrook Park, Leamington Spa
Amount £165
Organiser John Dewar School of Hypnotherapy
Speaker John Dewar
Contact No. 01926 810436
Keywords Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), Hypnotherapy
Regions West Midlands


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