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Use the links below to read about hosting Trauma Recovery/HAP events.

 

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How To Host a Trauma Recovery/HAP EMDR Basic Training Part I or II
How To Host a Trauma Recovery/HAP Traumatology & Stabilization Workshop
How To Host a Trauma Recovery/HAP R-TEP/G-TEP Workshop

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Host an EMDR Basic Training

This section only pertains to information regarding the Host Agency. For registration fees for participants, please see “Answers to Training Questions” section under Training Tab or click here.

Any non-profit or public sector agency that wishes to expand the resources of clinicians working with under-served populations can partner with Trauma Recovery/HAP to bring EMDR or other trauma-related training to its community.

Agency Responsibilities
EMDR Basic Training consists of a Part I and Part II Training Event.  Each part is three days of didactic and supervised practice. Typically, the Part I and the Part II are scheduled three to five months apart.

  • Assign Coordinator – To begin planning an EMDR Training Event, a host agency provides a designated coordinator who is Trauma Recovery/HAP’s main contact. This person works closely with Trauma Recovery/HAP’s Training Coordinator to plan an EMDR Training Event.
  • Recruit Participants – The host agency contact is responsible for promoting the training event. The agency may offer the training to its own personnel and/or may open it to clinicians from other non-profit or public sector agencies in the community. [See Eligibility Requirements]
  • Provide Venue – The host agency also provides a venue for the training activities, typically a large room for lecture presentation and a smaller breakout room for each group of 9 participants. These spaces are needed each day throughout the Part I and Part II EMDR training event.
  • Provide Logistical Support – Host agencies are also asked to assist in the logistical needs of the training on the days of the event.

Trauma Recovery/HAP Responsibilities

  • Provide Training Team – Trauma Recovery/HAP will send a professional EMDR trainer and facilitators to your location for onsite training.  The Trauma Recovery/HAP staff members are volunteers who have extensive experience in EMDR training.
  • Offer Financial Reimbursement for Training Team – Trauma Recovery/HAP pays all costs associated with the travel, room and board of Trauma Recovery/HAP volunteers.
  • Provide Online Registration and Manuals – Trauma Recovery/HAP provides an online registration and payment system once a training event has been scheduled.  Training manuals, which participants keep, are also provided.

CEUs
Hosting agencies may request Trauma Recovery/HAP to arrange for 20 CEUs, which can be purchased by eligible trainees — Trauma Recovery/HAP will email those trainees a keycode, through www.ce-classes.com after the event.

Alternatively, agencies may apply for CEUs on their own for their training event.  Trauma Recovery/HAP will provide all necessary documentation to agencies who choose to apply for CEUs.

Initiate Hosting an Event
If you are interested in hosting a Trauma Recovery/HAP Basic EMDR training event, simply fill out our Host Application and we will respond to your inquiry.

If you are not yet registered as a Host Agency, go to our Host Application to begin the process of scheduling a training event.

Login: If you are already a registered Host Agency, go to the Host Login, enter your username and password to access your account and/or edit your information. Fill in the details of your inquiry, and we will contact you.

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Host a Trauma Recovery/HAP Traumatology & Stabilization Workshop

A Traumatology & Stabilization Workshop is a one day workshop consisting of lecture and supervised practice of stabilization skills.

Agency Responsibilities

  • Assign Coordinator – A host agency provides a designated coordinator who is Trauma Recovery/HAP’s main contact.  This person works closely with Trauma Recovery/HAP’s Training Coordinator to plan a Traumatology & Stabilization Workshop.
  • Recruit Participants – The host agency contact is responsible for promoting the training event. The agency may offer the training to its own personnel and/or may open it to personnel from other non-profit, public sector, or private agencies.
  • Provide Venue and Logistical Support – The host agency provides a venue for the workshop and is asked to assist in the logistical needs on the day of the event.

Trauma Recovery/HAP Responsibilities

  • Provide Presenter – Trauma Recovery/HAP will send a clinical trauma specialist to your location for the on site workshop.
  • Offer Financial Reimbursement for Training Team – Trauma Recovery/HAP pays all costs associated with the travel, room and board of Trauma Recovery/HAP volunteers.
  • Provide Online Registration and Manuals – Trauma Recovery/HAP provides an online registration and payment system once a workshop has been scheduled.  Training manuals, which participants keep, are also provided.

CEUs

Hosting agencies may request Trauma Recovery/HAP to arrange for seven CEUs, which can be purchased by eligible trainees after the event — Trauma Recovery/HAP will email those trainees a keycode, through www.ce-classes.com after the event.

Alternatively, agencies may apply for CEUs on their own for their training event. Trauma Recovery/HAP will provide all necessary documentation to agencies who choose to apply for CEUs.

Initiate Hosting an Event
If you are interested in hosting a Traumatology & Stabilization Workshop, and are not yet registered as a Host Agency, simply go to our Host Application, fill it out and we will respond to your inquiry.

Login: If you are already a registered Host Agency go to the Host Login enter your username and password to access your account and/or edit your information. Fill in the details of your inquiry, and we will contact you.

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Host an EMDR R-TEP/G-TEP Workshop

EMDR has demonstrated effectiveness in treating chronic PTSD and old trauma memories, yet Early EMDR Intervention (EEI) has received less attention from EMDR researchers or clinicians. EEI may be used to treat acute distress (before trauma memories have been integrated) and provide brief intervention, possibly on successive days, that may prevent complications and strengthen resilience.

The Recent Traumatic Episode Protocol (R-TEP) is part of a comprehensive approach to Early EMDR Intervention (EEI). This workshop incorporates and extends existing protocols within a new conceptual framework, together with additional measures for containment and safety. Checking for sub-clinical sticking points which can obstruct Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) and don’t necessarily show up on the DSM radar, the R-TEP may reduce sensitization and accumulation of trauma memories.

The EMDR Group Traumatic Episode Protocol (G-TEP) is a group application of the EMDR Recent-Traumatic Episode Protocol (R-TEP).

This portion of the workshop presents a new practical application with a worksheet format for simplified utilization in emergency situations. The EMDR R-TEP and G-TEP have shown beneficial results in controlled studies conducted by Turkish colleagues working with Syrian refugees.

The R-TEP/G-TEP workshop is taught with video case illustrations, live demonstration and a practicum.

Daily Schedule (Both days):
9.00 – 10.30 (Registration 8:30)
10.30 – 10.45 BREAK
10.45 – 12.15
12.15 – 1.15 LUNCH
1.15 – 3.15
3.15 – 3.30 BREAK
3.30 – 4.30

Participant Eligibility: Trauma Recovery/HAP is hosting this workshop to serve Trauma Recovery Networks, EMDRIA regional networks and all EMDR clinicians who have completed at least Part I and II of Basic EMDR Training (proof of completion of EMDRIA Approved EMDR Basic Training required if not trained by Trauma Recovery/HAP).

Minimum participants required: 16 qualified and eligible participants to schedule an event.

LOCATION:  Ask agencies to host or offer space. Perhaps a local TRN Chapter can find a space.

MEETING ROOM AMENITIES:  It is the agency’s responsibility to provide A/V support (computers, projectors, screen, microphone if required) to the training team. If trainers have their own equipment, the agency and trainer can determine who supplies what.

PRESENTATION MATERIALS: Client DVDs, PowerPoint slides and participant manual with PowerPoint and protocol script content.

Minimum number attending: Ideally 16-20 participants for one presenter, additional facilitators for each 16 participants to assist in the practicum exercises.

CEUs offered: 12 EMDRIA Credits, 12 CEU Credits

Participants who qualify have the option to purchase 12 CEUs through www.ce-classes.com.

Hosting agencies may request Trauma Recovery/HAP to arrange for 12 CEUs.  Eligible trainees will be allowed to purchase these CEUs from www.ce-classes.com using keycodes which will be emailed to them after their attendance at the training has been confirmed and payment has been received.

Alternatively, agencies may apply for CEUs on their own for their training event.  Trauma Recovery/HAP will provide all necessary documentation to agencies who choose to apply for CEUs.

Initiate Hosting an Event
If you are interested in hosting an EMDR R-TEP/G-TEP Workshop, and are not yet registered as a Host Agency, simply go to our Host Application, fill it out and we will respond to your inquiry.

Login: If you are already a registered Host Agency, go to the Host Login and enter your username and password to access your account and/or edit your information. Fill in the details of your inquiry and we will contact you.

 

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