Thank you to our sponsors!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who made the inaugural EMDR Humanitarian Hero Awards such a wonderful event!  Your support made it possible to honor the fantastic work of Anthony Campbell, New Haven Interim Chief of Police, and Colette Anderson, Executive Director of the CT Women’s Consortium.

We so appreciate your sponsorships!

Aili Arisco
Cynthia Carr & Marc Wallman
Docuprintnow
Eder Family Foundation
Generation  Prime
Fred & Carol Martin
Graustein Foundation
Living on Purpose
Roberta Dunton
Susan Shrier
William Stadtlander

Carolyn McNally
Commercial Insurance Agents
Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

Additional thanks to our Patron level ticket holders: Anthony Avallone, Carmen Jimenez, Howard Reitman of Reitman Personnel, Toad’s Place, TPTEP & Associates LLC!

Happy National Volunteer Week!

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!!

Trauma Recovery/HAP’s mission could not be fulfilled without each of you donating your time and knowledge to our organization. We are so thankful to our Faculty volunteers who provide high quality education and training to our participants, our Trauma Recovery Networks for their efforts within their communities and to our international volunteers located overseas who have helped spread EMDR therapy throughout the world. We are so appreciative for all you do!! During this National Volunteer Week, we wish to highlight efforts over the past year that your hard work made possible.  Check out our facebook for updates!

From Carol, Karl, Don, Andrea, Elaine, Stephanie, Tracy, Nicolette and Linda – we send sincere thanks to our volunteers! You guys are the best!

 


The EMDR Humanitarian Hero Awards

May 4th at 5:30 PM at Cascade in Hamden, CT

 

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The Inaugural EMDR Humanitarian Hero Awards

On May 4th at 5:30 PM at Cascade in Hamden, CT…

 

 

 

 

 

 

In today’s 24-7 news cycle, it seems that barely a day goes by that we are not confronted with a tragedy somewhere in the world. Our mission, as a disaster recovery organization, is to deliver on-site education and assistance to clinicians and other human services personnel within a disaster impacted community, creating an enduring resource for local recovery efforts. But we can only fulfill our mission with the help of amazing and dedicated professionals in our community, across the USA and around the world.

The EMDR Humanitarian Hero Award is designed to recognize the efforts of those essential people who dedicate themselves to helping those traumatized by natural or man-made disasters. Colette Anderson and Anthony Campbell, this year’s honorees, have both worked to make it possible for more individuals from under-served communities to gain access to mental health resources.

 

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With each Amazon purchase you could be donating to HAP!

EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs Inc

Help those suffering from trauma…

… by making a gift to the Francine Shapiro Fund for Disaster Recovery

11-29-2016

NEW On-Demand Online Training Coming Soon!

How to Build an EMDR Adjunctive Therapy Program at a Community Mental Health Agency 

specialtyEMDR therapy can be implemented as an adjunctive therapy in agencies, taking advantage of agency strengths and minimizing weaknesses. Focus is on working effectively and purposefully to ensure best treatment for clients and less burnout for clinicians. Integrating EMDR into an “Active Ingredients” approach creates an effective and comprehensive program.

On Demand Streaming and Rental Coming Soon!!


This workshop is for all therapists. You do not need to be EMDR trained as this is an adjunctive model. 

Upcoming Online Specialty Training on October 21st!

How to Build an EMDR Adjunctive Therapy Program at a Community Mental Health Agency 

specialtyEMDR therapy can be implemented as an adjunctive therapy in agencies, taking advantage of agency strengths and minimizing weaknesses. Focus is on working effectively and purposefully to ensure best treatment for clients and less burnout for clinicians. Integrating EMDR into an “Active Ingredients” approach creates an effective and comprehensive program.

Attend In-Person or Online on October 21, 2016 at 10:00am EDT!

Click Here to Register for Live Stream
emdrhap.bizvsion.com

Click Here to Register for In-Person
Omaha, NE

 

 This workshop is for all therapists. You do not need to be EMDR trained as this is an adjunctive model. 

Mental Illness Awareness Week (Oct 2-8)

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Click here for more information on how to get involved.

Orlando TRN to Join Film Panel Discussion

We are proud to announce that members from the Greater Orlando Trauma Recovery Network have been invited attend the viewing of the documentary Newtown and join in the film’s panel discussion during the Global Peace Film Festival. They will discuss their community response to the Pulse Nightclub Shooting and provide support in for those who may need it during the viewing. More information below:

Saturday, September 24, Cobb Plaza Cinema Cafe, ORLANDO, FL – Film at 7:45pm. Film and panel are FREE and open to the public. Tickets required. Following the film, Shaady Selahi, Managing Director for Distribution and Impact at ITVS, will moderate a discussion with director Kim A. Snyder, Mark and Jackie Barden whose story is told in the film and leading members of the Orlando community affected by the Pulse tragedy.

THANK YOU!

From all of us at Trauma Recovery/HAP, we would like to extend our gratitude to all those who attended the EMDRIA 2016 Conference that visited our booth, made donations and purchases, donated prizes to our raffle, expressed interest in volunteering and those who just simply wanted to learn more about HAP.  You all make it possible for us to continue our work towards our mission of bringing EMDR therapy to underserved communities worldwide so once again THANK YOU!

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