EMDR Webinar series

Building your skills and confidence in EMDR

Are you trained as an EMDR therapist?

Has it been a while since you completed your standard training?

Would you benefit from the support of likeminded clinicians?

Do you have questions about using EMDR in your clinical work?

If the answer is yes, this course may be perfect for you.

Enhancing our therapy skills

When we start off on our EMDR journey, we often don’t do enough EMDR work initially to justify the cost of regular supervision sessions but without extra support we can quickly lose confidence in EMDR. We can start to veer a little off track and what we learnt on our EMDR training can become a little fuzzy. There is definitely something in that saying, “use it or lose it.”

We can then become less likely to take on EMDR cases, it can easily become a vicious circle and we can be left feeling that our EMDR skills are fading and we are not fully utilising the training we invested in.

And yet I know that you don’t want to lose the knowledge and skills you gained during your EMDR training.

This course will help you

Understand AIP –

Understand the purpose of each of the 8 phases of the EMDR standard protocol.

Develop competence in creating case conceptualisations using a 3 pronged approach. 

Dive deep into cognitive interweaves, developing a tool box of interweaves that can be used.

Understand how we can use case conceptualisation to work with a number of presenting problems such as depression, current anxieties and phobia.

Develop a tool box of ways to work with clients  with complex trauma and dissociation. 

The course includes a set of 6 webinars

1: A recap of the 8 phase standard protocol

2: Case conceptualisation in EMDR

3: Cognitive Interweaves

4: EMDR with depression

5: EMDR with current anxiety and phobias

6: Top ideas for working with dissociation and complex trauma.

There are bonus's too

As well as a recording of each webinar that will be accessible to you each month for 7 days. You will also get access to. 

1. A live monthly Q&A session with Dr Hannah Bryan as an EMDR Facilitator and Consultant. So you can submit questions and reflections and these can be discussed.

2. Access to a closed Facebook group with fellow clinicians who are also watching the webinars and attending the monthly Q&A session.

The course will be

EASY for you to access, you will have a link to the recording drop into your inbox.

FLEXIBLE, you can watch at a time that’s convenient for you within the 7 days. 

SUPPORTIVE – you will have peers on the same journey with you. 

CONFIDENCE BUILDING – an experiential learning journey.

This package is offered to you at £225 if paid in full or for 6 monthly payments of £39.99

What do I bring to the program

Hi, my name is Dr Hannah Bryan and I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and a Europe Approved EMDR Consultant and Facilitator. I have used EMDR in my Clinical practice since 2006. I have been an EMDR Consultant since 2014 and an EMDR Facilitator since 2019. 

I was slow to start my EMDR journey, I had a supervisor next door to support me and that was just amazing but I worked in NHS secondary care mental health services and often felt my clients were too complex to use EMDR with. I was looking for a single straightforward trauma that just never seems to be referred into services.

So I think I went a bit off piste and made life a bit harder for myself then it needed to be. When I found that I stuck to the standard 8 phase treatment protocol, that I went back and did some refresher training, I started to see massive improvements in my clients and in my confidence. 

I want to share with you some of the steps and the key learnings that helped me learn to become a better EMDR therapist and achieve some amazing results for my clients. 

I am extremely passionate about helping clinicians improve their knowledge and skills in EMDR so that they improve their confidence and practice it more with their clients and more clients recover and heal from the traumas they have experienced.

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Ruth - Forensic Psychologist

”You put things so simply, in my mind I’ve made something so complex and get super imposter syndrome, and you bring it back to something quite simple and understandable, it’s really helpful” – Ruth – Forensic Psychologist.

Amanda - Clinical Psychologist

They are accessible, if I’ve got a spare hour I can just watch it, and learn, it’s a lot easier than going away and ploughing through a book, it feels a lot easier to go online … or even watch in 2 halves.”

Sue - Clinical Psychologist

Said about the Facebook group - ”It feels nice to be part of a community of people that are learning about EMDR... I know it’s a good place if I need a quick question answered, I know I can post it and within an hour someone will have said something ...either you ... or a group member”