Explaining EMDR to clients in a trauma-informed way aligned with social justice is imperative to supporting BIPoC and LGBTQ+ clients and who will begin the challenging and rewarding process of healing and creating new connections to their past. This training focuses on learning how the EMDR protocol can support this and how collaboration and de-mystifying EMDR is aligned with trauma informed care and social justice.
This training does not count toward EMDRIA certification. This training is open to mental health providers who would like to learn more about EMDR Online. The official EMDRIA Training is 5 days. If you are interested in pursuing further training and certification you can find more information on https://www.emdria.org/
1 CEU will be provided
Zoom virtual event
Chris Garrido-Philp, MSW, LICSW (she/her/ella) is EMDR trained and is expecting certification by 2023. Chris has been trained by the Institute of Creative Mindfulness and has been specializing in EMDR therapy with clients since 2020. She identifies as Latinx, first generation immigrant, cisgender and heterosexual woman and bilingual (Spanish/English). Chris has experience working in community mental health, wraparound intensive programs, and is now in private practice through Kirkland EMDR Counseling, an online teletherapy practice providing services in Spanish and English. She operates from a social-justice and anti-oppression lens providing gender affirming care. Chris is also the current Communications Chair for the Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work
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Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work
14201 SE Petrovitsky Rd Ste A3-269 Renton, WA 98058 • email@example.com