Wow I am blown away. I have had the honour to have trained over 50 people in Resource Therapy!
What an honour. And the kicker is nearly half have gone on to complete the Clinical training. Feeling stoked!
After speaking to the gorgeous Anna Emmerson today, she suggested I may have the numbers to be given the certification of Master Trainer in Resource Therapy. As of last year I have completed the requirement.
Gordon and Anna Emmerson of Resource Therapy International have made the criteria of having taught four Clinical Resource Therapy Programs with over four participants. Super pleased to say I have facilitated five Clinical training groups and soon to be a sixth!
What this means for you, is I can now offer the top tier workshop of Resource Therapy. This is the Advanced Clinical and Train the Trainer.
In this five day program you can update and consolidate your learning’s after completing the Clinical workshop of eight days. Once completed with supervision and support you can go on to provide training for others. So watch this space, 2020 dates coming soon.
By the way Anna is doing some yummy training in Bali next year.
Feel like a winter escape, to a tropical paradise and with a tax benefit?
Look no further. Love to have you and join us in the fun. Anna has invited me to help out. See you there hopefully.
Today my gorgeous friend Alison sent me a blast form the past picture. We had the good fortune to attend the EMDR Conference 4 years ago in Italy together! I fell in love with Milan.
Such a beautiful city.
The Conference was amazing. Hat’s off to EMDR Europe. I loved Carole Forgash’s plenary. She introduced us to the ACE study and how important it is to be trauma informed. We need to be aware outcomes of childhood adversity – the physical, emotional, societal, relational, spiritual and psychological .
Every Clinician needs to know about the ACE Research here is a YouTube video ( heads up it made me sigh and brought a tears.)
I can’t say enjoy but will say I hope you watch it. You care, I know you do and want to be aware.