Community Education Series: EMDR Therapy Overview
PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH DEMIO: https://bit.ly/February16th2022
This presentation will describe to the general community how EMDR can help alleviate both major and minor traumatic symptoms and help remove barriers to optimal functioning. Many people suffer needlessly from traumatic life events - military service, physical/sexual/emotional abuse, accidents, etc. - and EMDR is incredibly effective treating trauma in a way that talk therapy cannot.
Speaker: Dr. Carol Clark, LMHC, CAP, CST
About the Speaker:
Dr. Carol Clark is certified in Sex Therapy, Transgender Care, Addiction, and EMDR Therapy. She has extensive experience treating therapeutic issues ranging from sex addiction to gender transition. She is owner of several schools where she provides the education and supervision to clinicians who wish to specialize in these areas.
Dr. Clark is author of the book, Addict America: The Lost Connection, which is based on the innovative premise that addiction is not limited to drugs or alcohol, but is truly about the over-the-top, out-of-control life-styles that have detached Americans from each other and their spiritual Connections. Her latest book is My Pocket Therapist: 12 Tools for Living in Connection, which allows readers to use practical therapeutic interventions daily to improve their relationships.
1. Define EMDR.
2. Describe the basics of how it works
3. Identify when it is appropriate to use
Time: 2PM-3PM EST
No credits will be provided for attending this training. Our Community Education Series is open to the public and anyone interested in learning more about addiction and other mental health topics. Note: These webinars are not accredited by the NBCC and are not eligible for continuing education hours.
We will be doing a live raffle for attending our Community Education Series Event! To be entered in the giveaway please be present for introductions during the first 5 minutes of the meeting. We will announce the winner towards the end of the presentation.