Session P2: Consultant Session: Enhancing Competency in EMDR Therapy Using the Trident Model

Wednesday, April 17th


About the Session

Clinical Supervision/ Consultation of EMDR therapy practice is essential to ensure that an EMDR clinician’s practice is safe, informed, effective, efficient, evidenced, and relevant. Achieving proficiency and competency in EMDR requires an intense commitment to life-long learning.

This session will explore the core components of clinical supervision and consultation paradigms about enhancing clinical practice in EMDR therapy. Attendees will learn a new, adapted model of EMDR therapy clinical supervision- The Trident Model, outlining the triadic relationship between the EMDR client, therapist, and clinical supervisor, highlighting how they can use this to enhance EMDR clinical practice, maximize self-care & wellbeing, while addressing the broader ramifications of clinical practice and enhanced competency.

EMDR therapy Clinical Supervision/Consultation is an empowering process to cultivate an EMDR therapist’s uniqueness in their journey toward clinical competency, quality engagement, and excellence in practice.

Learning Objectives

  1. Participants will be able to identify the core components of EMDR therapy as a psychotherapeutic approach and how EMDR clinical supervision is essential in determining competency.
  2. Participants will be able to and critically explore various clinical supervision models and paradigms and how these apply to EMDR therapy clinical practice and development.
  3. Participants will be able to describe a contemporary model–Trident Model, for enhancing the clinical practice of EMDR therapy.

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