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New eBook – Free EMDR Resources for EMDR Practitioners

EMDR Resources for Covid-19 Response New Free eBook Provides EMDR Resources to Aid Practitioners Many EMDR clinicians are tirelessly working to treat the anxiety and many forms of trauma wrought by the pandemic, in hospital settings and through Teletherapy. EMDR Resources for the Era of Covid-19 was written by EMDR experts to inform and support therapists...

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New EMDR Training For TeleTherapy

Help Treat the Mental Health Crisis Stemming from Covid-19 and recent Violence across the US. Trauma Recovery Humanitarian Assistance Programs (HAP) has created three on-demand video trainings to help adapt your EMDR skills to a phone or online video session.  These courses, offered free for a limited time, build on your training and introduce TeleHealth...

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Together We Have Healed Trauma

Bessel Yonder Kolk said, “hurt people, hurt people•. Our mission is to help clinicians heal hurt people with EMDR therapy. Throughout 2019, Trauma Recovery, EMDR Humanitorion Assistance Programs (HAP) has worked with many of you in numerous training sessions and TRN®s pro bona relief efforts fo heal trauma’ s victims, and stop the cycle of...

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Client Results Lead to Agency EMDR Training

When Beth Rogers-Doll, Ph.D., executive director of Agnesian Behavioral HealthCare, saw stunning client success with EMDR therapy in her practice, Doll & Associates, she knew she had to share this therapy with her colleagues. Originally trained in EMDR in 1999, she had not really used EMDR until retraining with Trauma Recovery, EMDR Humanitarian...

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Welcoming Our Newest Board Member

Trauma Recovery Humanitarian Assistance Programs is pleased to announce and welcome our newest board member, Kenneth Miller. Ken joined the EMDR HAP Board in the spring of this year. He had recently retired from many years serving as Senior Associate General Counsel for Yale University, when his friend and colleague Cynthia Carr introduced him to...

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