Eye Movement Desensitization and reprocessing (emdr)

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  EMDR CONSULTATION

EMDR Consultation available for:

  • After EMDR Weekend I and II Basic Training
  • Certification in EMDR
  • Approved Consultant Status
  • Ongoing consultation groups


Greater Cincinnati EMDR MEETING (GCEM)

The  Greater Cincinnati EMDR Meeting provides EMDR-trained  practitioners with a means of bridging the gap between training and  practice.  Its purpose is to assist clinicians from all mental health  disciplines in introducing and maintaining the transition and  incorporation of EMDR into clinical practice.  The primary means of  facilitating this transition is to provide a well-structured forum for  discussion of the wide range of possible applications of EMDR, clinical  cases, and detailed reviews of treatment protocols as well as  presentations of specialty topics by invited guests and group  participants and updates on clinical and research developments.

The  objectives of GCEM are to educate interested participants on the  continuing efficacy of EMDR in clinical practice and research and to  provide an open forum whereby practitioners can discuss common concerns  and issues with respect to the use of EMDR.

The GCEM no fee  meetings are usually scheduled to meet Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. at 9900  Carver Road, Suite 101, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242.


"The  goal of EMDR is to achieve the most profound and  comprehensive treatment effects possible in the shortest period of time,  while maintaining client stability within a balanced system (p. 6)."​​


Shapiro,  F. (2001). Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: Basic  principles, protocols and procedures (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Guilford  Press.