If there is an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant within your nonprofit or public agency that is hosting the training you can have them contact the Training Team Liaison at (203) 288-4450, Ext. 21, to see how they can get listed in our Consultant Directory.
Our Consultant Directory is implemented in order to advance and support the Trauma Recovery/HAP mission of affordable, high quality training and EMDR therapy development and retention within nonprofits and publicly funded agencies.
Consultants on the Trauma Recovery/HAP Consultant Directory have agreed to offer low cost consultation to clinicians trained through Trauma Recovery/HAP. On occasion, you may find a consultant who provides some free consultation.
The average range consultants tend to charge is between $25 to $50 per person per group consultation hour and between $50 to $100 per person for an individual consultation hour.
*If you are an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant and would like to find out more about our Facilitator in-training program or meet the eligibility requirements for the Consultant Directory, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-288-4450 x21.
Once you are a Trauma Recovery/HAP consultant, you track the hours of your consultees online.
For instruction on entering consultation hours into the Trauma Recovery/HAP system, click on these links:
Download Consultation Worksheet (download also available on your Volunteer Account): Use it to collect each consultee’s Trainee ID Number so that hours will be accurately entered into the Trauma Recovery/HAP Admin System.
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