Cottonwood Tucson is co-sponsor for EMDRIA Approved Workshop
Join Sarah Jenkins, MC, LPC EMDRIA Approved Consultant for a highly interactive workshop sponsored by Cottonwood Tucson that will introduce Equilateral™, the first EMDR protocol to integrate EMDR and EAP to address trauma. Using this protocol, trauma survivors learn affect tolerance, grounding skills and the ability to maintain the dual attention necessary to heal their traumas through EMDR. Recent case studies, lively discussion and hands-on equine assisted experiences complete this invaluable 4 hour workshop!
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November 16, 2013, EquiLateral™ Equine-Assisted EMDR Workshop Invitation overview…
- Who: Sarah Jenkins will offer the workshop to all clinicians including those with no prior EMDR training
- What: This highly interactive workshop includes equine experiences to demonstrate the use of and “feel” of the protocol. The workshop provides an overview of EAP (Equine Assisted Therapy) and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). An overview of clients who benefit from an Equine-Assisted EMDR approach is also provided. PLUS: This workshop is approved for four (4) EMDRIA Credits.
- Where: Cottonwood Tucson, 4110 West Sweetwater Drive, Tucson, AZ 85745
- When: November 16, 2013, Registration 12:30-1:00 PM, Workshop 1:00-5:00 PM
It is important to know that space is limited, so you are advised to register by October 31, 2013. The registration fee is: $150 Early Registration by October 11, 2013 or $165 Registration after October 11, 2013. Click here to see the workshop details and to register on-line.
Cottonwood Tucson’s staff looks forward to welcoming you
If you are a clinician who lives locally we hope you will sign-up for the workshop. (See our convenient printable flyer here.) If you live out of town, remember November is a beautiful time to visit Tucson and the Sonoran Desert. The Cottonwood Tucson campus is set beautifully on 35 acres in the foothills overlooking Tucson. Our equine center is first class and we even have an “equilabyrinth!”
If you have additional questions, please call our Equine-Assisted Mental Health Professional Laura Brinckerhoff by calling 520-743-0411.