Stephen Dansiger

psyd mft

323-788-4323

Punk drummer then Songwriter then Dharma Practitioner then Social Justice Educator then EMDR/Trauma/Addiction Therapist then Author/Podcaster now simultaneously...

Aug
14
Aug 16

Basic Training in EMDR: Part One

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT

Part 1: August 14, 15, 16

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each. A limited time coupon code is made available for all students upon the start of their Part One Training that can be used towards purchase of their future Part Two Training. The coupon offers a discount of $80, bringing the total price of Part Two down to $695. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Sep
8
9:00 am09:00

EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness: Redefining The Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care - Claremont, CA

  • Claremont UCC

StartAgain & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness present:

EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness:
Redefining The Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care

Presented by Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT
EMDR Clinician, Author, & Trainer
Certified EMDR Therapist & Approved Consultant

Friday, September 8th, 2017 - 9am to 5:00pm
Claremont UCC:
233 Harrison Ave., Claremont, CA 91711

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Cost of Training: Special Discounted Pricing!
(normally $105 for this training)
$90 - Licensed Therapists
$75 - Pre-Licensed Therapists
$50 - Students

** A small number of partial scholarships are available. Inquire for details.

Includes: 6 EMDRIA Credits + 6 APA CEs. APA CEs are approved by the BBS for California MFTs and Social Workers. All others encouraged to check with regulatory boards regarding APA credits. Optional lunch-time yoga class included. Wear comfortable clothing if you plan on taking the yoga class. Lunch is on your own.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

For the past 2600 years, Buddhist mindfulness and the therapies and practices connected to this system of healing have contributed to psychological and spiritual relief to millions of people.

More recently, our own understanding of the brain and nervous system has brought scientific and therapeutic underpinning to those old understandings of human well being, with Francine Shapiro’s development of EMDR therapy and the AIP model representing a particular highlight.

In Dr. Dansiger's first east coast workshops, both trained EMDR therapists and non-EMDR therapists will be challenged to consider how fusing two systems of healing - mindfulness-informed interventions and trauma-focused care guided by the EMDR approach to psychotherapy - can revolutionize the helping professions' delivery of trauma responsive services.

Dr Dansiger, author of Clinical Dharma: A Path for Healers and Helpers, has finished EMDR Therapy & Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care, co-authored with Jamie Marich and due out with Springer Publishing in November 2017. This is the first major book in the EMDR canon to directly address the integration of EMDR therapy and principles of mindfulness in clinical work.

This workshop is aimed at therapists both experienced and not-yet trained in EMDR, offering an advanced insight into how mindfulness can enhance the power of EMDR , and also offering colleagues trained in other therapeutic approaches an introduction to how EMDR works.

The centerpiece of the workshop will be a clinical demonstration in EMDR therapy, following a discussion in which those who are trained and those who are considering training often learn a great deal from each other through exchanging observations and insights.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

(a) to define mindfulness in a classic sense and explain the meaning of mindfulness-informed interventions as a modern clinical term

(b) to apply no fewer than five mindfulness-informed interventions in clinical situations, making appropriate adaptations in the spirit of trauma focused care

(c)  to modify classical mindfulness practices for receptivity by clients based on clinical needs for safety and flexibility

(d) to define trauma with respect to the adaptive information processing (AIP) model of EMDR therapy and explain clinical relevance for trauma focused care

(e) to summarize the history of how EMDR therapy was developed, taking special care to emphasize the mind-body elements reflecting mindfulness principles and attitudes in the development of EMDR therapy

(f)  to critically analyze a demonstration in EMDR therapy (8-phase protocol) as an extension of mindfulness-informed practice

(g) to discuss how fusing mindfulness-informed interventions and EMDR therapy offers a new solution for delivering trauma focused care in mental health and addiction services

(h) to evaluate professional needs to enhanced training in either mindfulness-based interventions and/or EMDR therapy and to explain how such further training/formation can benefit clinical practice

COURSE CONTENTS:

Definitions, Basic Practices & Clinical Applications for Trauma Focused Application, and Review of Practices within Mindfulness Involving Bilateral Stimulation.

Trauma & EMDR Therapy Foundations: Review of Trauma, EMDR Therapy, & The AIP Model: Exploring Dr. Shapiro’s Roots in Mind-Body Approaches to Healing/Mindfulness, Neurobiology of Trauma and Mindfulness

Redefining the Paradigm: EMDR Therapy Demonstration & Discussion on Elements of Vipassana/Mindfulness Meditation Within the Standard EMDR Therapy Protocol

Wrap Up & Fusion: Clinical Needs Assessment, Movement-Based Mindfulness Skills Inspired by Bilateral Stimulation/ Dual Attention Stimulus, The Relevance of Mindful Values and Approaches in EMDR Therapy and in Trauma Focused Care as a Practice; Evaluation of Further Needs in Training and Formation.

• CLICK TO DOWNLOAD PROGRAM •

**Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness is an approved provider by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  APA is an approved provider of the California BBS of CA for MFTs and Social Workers. Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Contact information: The Institute for Creative Mindfulness, 1377 Springwood Trace SE, Warren, OH 44484 info@mindfulohio.com (330-881-2944); This program is approved for 6.0 credits by the EMDR International Association (#1002).

** Claremont UCC is an ADA-Compliant facility. Please email us at events@drdansiger.com if you have any questions about accessibility or accommodations.

 

Oct
16
Oct 18

Basic Training in EMDR: Part Two

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT

Part 1: Oct 16, 17, 18

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each. A limited time coupon code is made available for all students upon the start of their Part One Training that can be used towards purchase of their future Part Two Training. The coupon offers a discount of $80, bringing the total price of Part Two down to $695. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com


Jun
29
7:15 pm19:15

Against The Stream - Boston

  • Karma Yoga Studio

So excited to be giving my first talk at Against The Stream - Boston on Thursday, June 29!  Looking forward to time with Chris and the rest of the Boston sangha... and grateful for the opportunity to sit with new friends... there will be meditation, a talk and Q and A...

Jun
27
9:00 am09:00

EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness: Redefining The Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care - New Haven, CT

  • Whitneyville Cultural Commons

StartAgain & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness present:

EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness:
Redefining The Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care

Presented by Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT
EMDR Clinician, Author, & Trainer
Certified EMDR Therapist & Approved Consultant

Tuesday, June 27 - 9am to 4:30pm
Whitneyville Cultural Commons
1253 Whitney Avenue | Hamden, CT 06517

Cost of Training: $105.00
Includes: 6 EMDRIA Credits and 6 APA CEs, which are accepted for CT Psychologists, Social Workers and Marital and Family Therapists. Lunch is on your own.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

For the past 2600 years, Buddhist mindfulness and the therapies and practices connected to this system of healing have contributed to psychological and spiritual relief to millions of people.

More recently, our own understanding of the brain and nervous system has brought scientific and therapeutic underpinning to those old understandings of human well being, with Francine Shapiro’s development of EMDR therapy and the AIP model representing a particular highlight.

In Dr. Dansiger's first east coast workshops, both trained EMDR therapists and non-EMDR therapists will be challenged to consider how fusing two systems of healing - mindfulness-informed interventions and trauma-focused care guided by the EMDR approach to psychotherapy - can revolutionize the helping professions' delivery of trauma responsive services.

Dr Dansiger, author of Clinical Dharma: A Path for Healers and Helpers, has finished EMDR Therapy & Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care, co-authored with Jamie Marich and due out with Springer Publishing in November 2017. This is the first major book in the EMDR canon to directly address the integration of EMDR therapy and principles of mindfulness in clinical work.

This workshop is aimed at therapists both experienced and not-yet trained in EMDR, offering an advanced insight into how mindfulness can enhance the power of EMDR , and also offering colleagues trained in other therapeutic approaches an introduction to how EMDR works.

The centerpiece of the workshop will be a clinical demonstration in EMDR therapy, following a discussion in which those who are trained and those who are considering training often learn a great deal from each other through exchanging observations and insights.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

(a) to define mindfulness in a classic sense and explain the meaning of mindfulness-informed interventions as a modern clinical term

(b) to apply no fewer than five mindfulness-informed interventions in clinical situations, making appropriate adaptations in the spirit of trauma focused care

(c)  to modify classical mindfulness practices for receptivity by clients based on clinical needs for safety and flexibility

(d) to define trauma with respect to the adaptive information processing (AIP) model of EMDR therapy and explain clinical relevance for trauma focused care

(e) to summarize the history of how EMDR therapy was developed, taking special care to emphasize the mind-body elements reflecting mindfulness principles and attitudes in the development of EMDR therapy

(f)  to critically analyze a demonstration in EMDR therapy (8-phase protocol) as an extension of mindfulness-informed practice

(g) to discuss how fusing mindfulness-informed interventions and EMDR therapy offers a new solution for delivering trauma focused care in mental health and addiction services

(h) to evaluate professional needs to enhanced training in either mindfulness-based interventions and/or EMDR therapy and to explain how such further training/formation can benefit clinical practice

COURSE CONTENTS:

Definitions, Basic Practices & Clinical Applications for Trauma Focused Application, and Review of Practices within Mindfulness Involving Bilateral Stimulation.

Trauma & EMDR Therapy Foundations: Review of Trauma, EMDR Therapy, & The AIP Model: Exploring Dr. Shapiro’s Roots in Mind-Body Approaches to Healing/Mindfulness, Neurobiology of Trauma and Mindfulness

Redefining the Paradigm: EMDR Therapy Demonstration & Discussion on Elements of Vipassana/Mindfulness Meditation Within the Standard EMDR Therapy Protocol

Wrap Up & Fusion: Clinical Needs Assessment, Movement-Based Mindfulness Skills Inspired by Bilateral Stimulation/ Dual Attention Stimulus, The Relevance of Mindful Values and Approaches in EMDR Therapy and in Trauma Focused Care as a Practice; Evaluation of Further Needs in Training and Formation.

• CLICK TO DOWNLOAD PDF PROGRAM •

** Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness is an approved provider by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Contact Information: The Institute for Creative Mindfulness, 1377 Springwood Trace SE, Warren, OH 44484 info@mindfulohio.com (330-881-2944); This program is approved for 6.0 credits by the EMDR International Association (#1002-16).

** Whitneyville Cultural Commons is an ADA-Compliant facility. Please email us at events@drdansiger.com if you have any questions about accessibility or accommodations.

Jun
26
7:30 pm19:30

Meditation, Talk and Q&A in New Haven, CT

  • Elm City Phoenix Club

I will be leading a meditation, giving a talk and doing Q&A at the Elm City Phoenix Club on Monday, June 26 from 730pm to 9pm... This is during the time slot of the weekly Refuge Recovery meeting... All are welcome, this event will be a dana (donation) basis... Looking forward to meeting new friends from the various New Haven sanghas...

Jun
22
10:00 am10:00

EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness: Redefining The Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care - NYC

  • SUNY Empire State College

StartAgain & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness present:

EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness:
Redefining The Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care

Presented by Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT
EMDR Clinician, Author, & Trainer
Certified EMDR Therapist & Approved Consultant

Thursday, June 22 - 10am to 5:30pm
SUNY Empire State College
325 Hudson Street, New York, New York  10013
 

Cost of Training: $105.00
Includes: 6 EMDRIA Credits, 6 APA CEs, and 6 CEs for New York State Social Workers. All others encouraged to check with regulatory boards regarding APA credits.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

For the past 2600 years, Buddhist mindfulness and the therapies and practices connected to this system of healing have contributed to psychological and spiritual relief to millions of people.

More recently, our own understanding of the brain and nervous system has brought scientific and therapeutic underpinning to those old understandings of human well being, with Francine Shapiro’s development of EMDR therapy and the AIP model representing a particular highlight.

In Dr. Dansiger's first east coast workshops, both trained EMDR therapists and non-EMDR therapists will be challenged to consider how fusing two systems of healing - mindfulness-informed interventions and trauma-focused care guided by the EMDR approach to psychotherapy - can revolutionize the helping professions' delivery of trauma responsive services.

Dr Dansiger, author of Clinical Dharma: A Path for Healers and Helpers, has finished EMDR Therapy & Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care, co-authored with Jamie Marich and due out with Springer Publishing in November 2017. This is the first major book in the EMDR canon to directly address the integration of EMDR therapy and principles of mindfulness in clinical work.

This workshop is aimed at therapists both experienced and not-yet trained in EMDR, offering an advanced insight into how mindfulness can enhance the power of EMDR , and also offering colleagues trained in other therapeutic approaches an introduction to how EMDR works.

The centerpiece of the workshop will be a clinical demonstration in EMDR therapy, following a discussion in which those who are trained and those who are considering training often learn a great deal from each other through exchanging observations and insights.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

(a) to define mindfulness in a classic sense and explain the meaning of mindfulness-informed interventions as a modern clinical term

(b) to apply no fewer than five mindfulness-informed interventions in clinical situations, making appropriate adaptations in the spirit of trauma focused care

(c)  to modify classical mindfulness practices for receptivity by clients based on clinical needs for safety and flexibility

(d) to define trauma with respect to the adaptive information processing (AIP) model of EMDR therapy and explain clinical relevance for trauma focused care

(e) to summarize the history of how EMDR therapy was developed, taking special care to emphasize the mind-body elements reflecting mindfulness principles and attitudes in the development of EMDR therapy

(f)  to critically analyze a demonstration in EMDR therapy (8-phase protocol) as an extension of mindfulness-informed practice

(g) to discuss how fusing mindfulness-informed interventions and EMDR therapy offers a new solution for delivering trauma focused care in mental health and addiction services

(h) to evaluate professional needs to enhanced training in either mindfulness-based interventions and/or EMDR therapy and to explain how such further training/formation can benefit clinical practice

COURSE CONTENTS:

Definitions, Basic Practices & Clinical Applications for Trauma Focused Application, and Review of Practices within Mindfulness Involving Bilateral Stimulation.

Trauma & EMDR Therapy Foundations: Review of Trauma, EMDR Therapy, & The AIP Model: Exploring Dr. Shapiro’s Roots in Mind-Body Approaches to Healing/Mindfulness, Neurobiology of Trauma and Mindfulness

Redefining the Paradigm: EMDR Therapy Demonstration & Discussion on Elements of Vipassana/Mindfulness Meditation Within the Standard EMDR Therapy Protocol

Wrap Up & Fusion: Clinical Needs Assessment, Movement-Based Mindfulness Skills Inspired by Bilateral Stimulation/ Dual Attention Stimulus, The Relevance of Mindful Values and Approaches in EMDR Therapy and in Trauma Focused Care as a Practice; Evaluation of Further Needs in Training and Formation

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD PDF PROGRAM

**Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness is an approved provider by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Contact information: The Institute for Creative Mindfulness, 1377 Springwood Trace SE, Warren, OH 44484 info@mindfulohio.com (330-881-2944); This program is approved for 6.0 credits by the EMDR International Association (#1002).

** Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness' Co-Sponsor, CE Learning Systems SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0060

** SUNY Empire State College is an ADA-Compliant facility. Please email us at events@drdansiger.com if you have any questions about accessibility or accommodations.

Jun
20
7:00 pm19:00

Dharma Punx NYC - Meditation & Dharma Talk

  • Lila Wellness Center

As part of an East Coast journey, going to spend another night with Josh Korda and the DharmaPunxNYC sangha. Josh and I will lead meditation, give a talk and do Q&A together.

Lila Wellness Center - 302 Bowery #2 (Third Floor), between Houston and Bleeker

Jun
17
3:00 pm15:00

3rd Annual Refuge Recovery Conference Comes to LA

  • Against The Stream - Melrose

The 3rd Annual Refuge Recovery Conference will once again draw Refuge members from all over the country and all over the world to be part of the structuring and development of this rapidly growing movement... On Saturday, June 17th from 3pm - 5pm there will be Dharma breakout sessions, and I will be leading one of them. The conference as a whole begins Friday June 16th and runs through Sunday June 18th. Looking forward to seeing and working with new and old friends...

You can REGISTER HERE

May
18
7:30 pm19:30

Dharma Collective - Against The Stream (Melrose)

  • Against The Stream

I will be leading a Meditation and Dharma Discussion at Against the Stream - Melrose as part of the Dharma Collective series on Thursday, May 18. Dharma Collective is a rotating group of ATS facilitators and teachers presenting a diverse window into the Dharma... the topic will be "Suffering and the End of Suffering."

The Dharma Collective is drop-in (no registration necessary) and are by donation.

4300 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

Apr
30
May 2

Basic Training in EMDR: Part II

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 2: April 30 - May 2
 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Apr
21
Apr 23

EMDR Canada: Updating Mindfulness and EMDR Therapy for Addictions

  • Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity

I have had two wonderful opportunities thus far at the conference level (EMDRIA 2016 and The Evolution of Addiction Conference 2017) to present the MET(T)A Method, the integration of Buddhist Mindfulness and EMDR into an addiction treatment setting. My next conference appearance currently scheduled will be EMDR Canada, taking place this year in Banff. I will present on the final afternoon, Sunday, April 23 at 130pm. I am so excited for this opportunity to continue to share that which has become my passion, utilizing the 8 Phase Protocol and the Adaptive Information Processing Model of EMDR therapy as a design for addiction agency treatment. As I continue to train more therapists in the model, and as those therapists (and I) work on case studies and other qualitative research, my hope and excitement grows for the possibility of trauma resolution for those that suffer from addiction. In the same spirit of reflection and action that I applied in preparation for EMDRIA 2016 back in August, I will be blogging regarding my thinking about this work, the growing anecdotal reports and case study evidence, the progress on generating quantitative research, and any other thoughts and actions that grow from considering this upcoming presentation...

Apr
2
Apr 4

Basic Training in EMDR: Part I

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT

Part 1: April 2, 3, 4
- waiting list only -

 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each. A limited time coupon code is made available for all students upon the start of their Part One Training that can be used towards purchase of their future Part Two Training. The coupon offers a discount of $80, bringing the total price of Part Two down to $695. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Mar
16
7:30 pm19:30

Dharma Collective - Against The Stream (Melrose)

  • Against The Stream (Melrose)

I will be leading a Meditation and Dharma Discussion at Against the Stream - Melrose as part of the Dharma Collective series on Thursday, March 16. Dharma Collective is a rotating group of ATS facilitators and teachers presenting a diverse window into the Dharma... the topic will be "More Than Compassion."

The Dharma Collective is drop-in (no registration necessary) and are by donation.

4300 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

Mar
6
Mar 8

Basic Training in EMDR: Part II

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 2: March 6, 7, 8
 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each. A limited time coupon code is made available for all students upon the start of their Part One Training that can be used towards purchase of their future Part Two Training. The coupon offers a discount of $80, bringing the total price of Part Two down to $695. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Feb
17
12:00 pm12:00

Clinical Dharma in Palm Springs, CA

  • 200 West Ramon Road Palm Springs, CA, 92264 United States

I am heading to the desert on Friday, February 17 for a luncheon where I will speak for an hour on Clinical Dharma.... am hoping I have the opportunity to share lunch with clinicians and other helpers and healers, and give them some thoughts and tools for taking care of themselves using the wisdom of Buddhist psychology...

click HERE more information and to RSVP...

Feb
13
Feb 15

Basic Training in EMDR: Part I

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 1: February 13, 14, 15
 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Feb
12
10:30 am10:30

Dharma Talk: Clinical Dharma

  • Open Door Yoga

On February 12 at 1030am I will return to Open Door Yoga in Pomona, hosted by Melanie Yetter, to lead their Sunday morning Dharma sitting. I will give a talk based on my book Clinical Dharma: A Path for Healers and Helpers, and then will take time to answer questions and sign books. The book is currently for sale at Open Door, and we will have extra copies on hand for the event! I had such a wonderful time there in 2016, I am very much looking forward to returning and sharing... 

Feb
6
Feb 8

Basic Training in EMDR: Part II

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 2: February 6, 7, 8
 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Feb
4
4:00 pm16:00

Presentation - Evolution of Addiction Treatment Conference

  • Sheraton Gateway

"Mindfulness Informed EMDR Treatment: A Treatment Planning Template for Recovery Services" will be the topic of my workshop at the Evolution of Addiction Treatment Conference in Los Angeles at the LAX Sheraton. The conference runs from Thursday February 2 through Sunday February 4.  My workshop is from 4-6pm on Saturday, and I hope to follow it up with a book signing for Clinical Dharma, and perhaps a dinner party with interested others hosted by Refuge Recovery Centers, but more will be revealed on this page and others...

 

Jan
31
4:00 pm16:00

Book Signing & Celebration: Refuge Recovery Center

  • Refuge Recovery Center

On Tuesday, January 31 from 4-6pm please come to Refuge Recovery Center to celebrate the publishing of Clinical Dharma: A Path for Healers and Helpers, and the completion of the manuscript (with Dr. Jamie Marich) of EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness for Trauma Focused Care. At Refuge Recovery Centers, where I am Clinical Director, we will have a party with plenty of food for dinner, a reading from my book, a brief interview with me by a special guest, an opportunity for book signing, and some music as well... this event is open to the public... come see what we are doing at Refuge, and please help me celebrate all these words being written!

Jan
9
Jan 11

Basic Training in EMDR: Part I

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 1: January 9, 10, 11
 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Jan
8
4:00 pm16:00

Book Signing: Vromans Bookstore , Pasadena

  • Vroman's Bookstore

I love bookstores. So how excited am I to have a book reading and signing event at Vromans, one of the best independent bookstores in the LA area... I am reading as part of their Local Author Series, so I will be one of three writers. Each of us will read and answer questions for about 20 minutes each, and then we will proceed with the book signing portion. Please come support your local independent bookstore by buying Clinical Dharma at this event, and lets talk about how to keep healers and helpers healthy in 2017 and beyond using the wisdom of the Buddha...

Click here for more information...

Dec
10
10:00 am10:00

Clinical Dharma Half Day

  • Against The Stream

In conjunction with the release of my book Clinical Dharma, I will be teaching both a month long 4 class series as well as a Half Day Retreat at Against the Stream Santa Monica. The class series will be a condensed version of the 12 class series that is Clinical Dharma, and the retreat will be an opportunity to practice more intensely for a morning.

Cost: Sliding Scale: $25-$60 and the offering of dana to the teacher. Please click here for information on the tradition of dana. Scholarships and work-study are available. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.

$100 Plus Monthly Supporters attend for no cost.

Please click here for more info on the Against The Stream monthly supporter program.

CEUs are available through the Institute of Creative Mindfulness which is a provider of APA (American Psychological Association) CEUs. If you are a licensed or pre-licensed Psychologist, MFT, LCSW, or LPCC these are for you. Addictions professionals, nurses and others can check with their boards. As many as 11 CEUs available if you attend all four classes and the Half Day Retreat! CEUs for these events are free!  Go to the link to register, CEU registration will occur onsite.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Dec
4
Dec 6

Basic Training in EMDR: Part I

Our first three EMDR Basic Trainings in the Los Angles area sold out quickly and developed a waiting list... so another Part 1 training for December has been added to accommodate the high demand! I am grateful and excited that there is so much interest in learning and utilizing this wonderful, powerful therapy...

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California - conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 1: December 4, 5, 6
- waiting list only -

 

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Nov
9
7:30 pm19:30

Against The Stream - Dharma Talk

  • Against The Stream

I will lead meditation and give a talk at ATS Melrose from 730-9pm Wednesday night. My last talk was titled A World Gone Mad... regardless of the election results, there will be more sitting and more practice for all of us to do on Wednesday and beyond...

Nov
6
Nov 8

Basic Training in EMDR: Part II

Our first two EMDR Basic Trainings in the Los Angles area sold out quickly and developed a waiting list... so another Part 1 training for August has been added to accommodate the high demand, with a November Part 2 accompanying! I am grateful and excited that there is so much interest in learning and utilizing this wonderful, powerful therapy...

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents their first EMDR Basic Trainings in Southern California!  Training will be conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 2: November 6, 7, 8

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

LOCATION: Greater East-Side Los Angeles Area - Due to confidentiality issues we do not post the address until registration is complete; if you have further questions about this arrangement or need more info before registering, please contact us.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com

Oct
25
7:00 pm19:00

Clinical Dharma Class Series - Part 4/4

  • Against The Stream

In conjunction with the release of my book Clinical Dharma in October, I will be teaching a month long 4 class series at Against the Stream Santa Monica. The class series will be a condensed version of the 12 class series that is Clinical Dharma. You may take all four classes or any one class at a time, the material will be meaningful regardless.

Class dates: October 4, 11, 18, 25

Cost: $20 per evening or $70 if paid in advance. There will be an opportunity to offer dana to the teacher at each class (teachers receive a portion of the reg fee and are supported by dana). Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and those who have less. Some scholarships and work-study are available. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

CEUs are available through the Institute of Creative Mindfulness which is a provider of APA (American Psychological Association) CEUs. If you are a licensed or pre-licensed Psychologist, MFT, LCSW, or LPCC these are for you. Addictions professionals, nurses and others can check with their boards. As many as 11 CEUs available if you attend all four classes and the Half Day Retreat! CEUs for these events are free!  Go to the link to register, CEU registration will occur onsite.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

$100 Plus Monthly Supporters attend for no cost. To RSVP as a monthly supporter, click here. Please Click Here for more info on the Against The Stream monthly supporter program.

Oct
21
Oct 22

C3 (Caring. Conscious. Community.) - Birmingham, Alabama

  • Addiction Research Foundation

Presented by C3 (Caring, Conscious, Community), part of the Addiction Research Foundation.

Friday, October 21 - Book Signing & Half Day CEU Event for Therapists:
Refuge Recovery, Clinical Dharma and the MET(T)A Method

Participants will be introduced to Refuge Recovery as a program, and its implications for addictions treatment. Participants will also be introduced to Clinical Dharma and the Clinical Dharma book, Dr. Steve's suggested path of the 4 Noble Truths and the 8 Fold Path as a self care imperative. Finally, participants will be introduced to the MET(T)A Method, which is the Mindfulness and EMDR therapy approach utilized at Refuge Recovery Centers as featured in this year's EMDRIA Conference in Minneapolis.

Saturday, October 22 - Book Signing & Half Day Clinical Dharma Retreat

Often in the recovery community and in other healing communities one is instructed to “put the oxygen mask on yourself before helping others in the cabin.” Clinical Dharma workshops and retreats are designed to assist those in the helping professions to take care of others while also taking care of themselves. Through retreat practice pointed at the issues and concerns of professional helpers, as well as workshops and classes that help helpers understand the usefulness and power of Buddha’s 4 Noble Truths and the 8 Fold Path, participants grow in understanding about the importance of self-care; get real life skills related to that self care; grow in understanding of the teachings of the Buddha and how they relate to providing care for others; and become able to translate their retreat experiences and workshop lessons into an improved ability to facilitate healing, and develop a practice and way of life that feeds and informs their own personal path.

These retreats and workshops are geared to professional healers of all kinds, while they will also apply to those who are helping and healing others without it being their vocation.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER - FREE

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Phone:
 205-967-3277
E-Mail: pam@mooreinstitute.net
 

 

Oct
18
7:00 pm19:00

Clinical Dharma Class Series - Part 3/4

  • Against The Stream

In conjunction with the release of my book Clinical Dharma in October, I will be teaching a month long 4 class series at Against the Stream Santa Monica. The class series will be a condensed version of the 12 class series that is Clinical Dharma. You may take all four classes or any one class at a time, the material will be meaningful regardless.

Class dates: October 4, 11, 18, 25

Cost: $20 per evening or $70 if paid in advance. There will be an opportunity to offer dana to the teacher at each class (teachers receive a portion of the reg fee and are supported by dana). Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and those who have less. Some scholarships and work-study are available. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

CEUs are available through the Institute of Creative Mindfulness which is a provider of APA (American Psychological Association) CEUs. If you are a licensed or pre-licensed Psychologist, MFT, LCSW, or LPCC these are for you. Addictions professionals, nurses and others can check with their boards. As many as 11 CEUs available if you attend all four classes and the Half Day Retreat! CEUs for these events are free!  Go to the link to register, CEU registration will occur onsite.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

$100 Plus Monthly Supporters attend for no cost. To RSVP as a monthly supporter, click here. Please Click Here for more info on the Against The Stream monthly supporter program.

Oct
14
Oct 16

Basic Training in EMDR: Part II

  • United States

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness presents their first EMDR Basic Training in the Los Angeles area!  Training will be conducted by Faculty member Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT.

Part 2: October 14, 15, 16

FEES: The fees for Parts One & Two are $775 each or $1500 for both. Full payment for trainings must be made in advance to reserve your spot.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Completing our full training program is a multi-tiered process, consisting of:

Part I Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Covers the basics of trauma, the adaptive information processing model, trauma-informed stabilization, and the basic methodology and mechanisms of action used in EMDR Therapy. You will be able to practice EMDR Therapy with certain cases after completion of Part I.

Part II Training (3 Days= 20 total hours of Lecture and Practicum): Enhanced practicum content, covering best practices for using EMDR Therapy with special populations and in the complex scenarios of clinical practice; advanced content on ethics, neurobiology, and case conceptualization.

10 Hours of Consultation with an EMDRIA-approved consultant on our team. Completion of consultation is required before a Certificate of Basic Training in EMDR Therapy can be awarded.

Eligibility: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical mental health-related field (e.g., counseling, marriage & family therapy, social work, psychology) required. Although it is not required, it is strongly preferred that you are in active clinical practice and working with clients.

Teleconferencing is available for the consultation component of the training, a needed feature for many trainees who travel for the training parts. 

Spaces for trainings are very limited due to a low attendee-to-faculty ratio (10:1 for practicum). Spots are confirmed only after full payment. A waiting list will be kept for closed trainings.

For more information on Basic Training In EMDR, including logistics and frequently asked questions - please read MORE ON THIS WEBSITE or contact: emdrbt@drdansiger.com