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What's That Eye Movement Thing You Do?

  • 26 Mar 2021
  • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM


  • Anyone not a member of the NWOCA should use this registration category
  • Any member of the NWOCA Chapter, including student members, are eligible for this free registration category.

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The North West Ohio Counseling Association (NWOCA) Presents

What's That Eye Movement Thing You Do?

An introduction to EMDR Therapy

This workshop offers 3 CEUs and an electronic certificate

from Cadence Care Network


Free for NWOCA members, $20 for all others. Registration closes at midnight 3/24

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a viable psychotherapy for the treatment of trauma and other mental health disorders. In this interactive workshop, an overview of EMDR Therapy will be provided, exploring the model, method and mechanism of actions of this highly efficacious approach to treatment. We will clear up common misconceptions about the therapeutic approach, explore client appropriateness for EMDR referrals, and help you decide if further training in EMDR is for you. Some EMDR related techniques are taught for use by attendees in clinical settings.

Amber works at Cadence Care Network as a trauma expert, assisting with special projects, program development, and integrating trauma informed care standards throughout the agency. As the former Supervisor of Foster Care, she has extensive experience treating and overseeing treatment of children and families.

Amber is a Certified Master EMDR Therapist, Approved Consultant and Trainer through the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA). She is also a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and the American Counseling Association. She provides clinical supervision to counselors and mentorship to those in the helping professions providing guidance and instruction to improve their clinical mastery. She provides individual and group consultation for EMDR therapists working on developing their expertise within the EMDR field.

Amber has dedicated herself to improving the lives of those faced with trauma and hardships which is evidenced in her clinical work with adults, children and families. She provides numerous trainings focusing on trauma, addiction, mindfulness, and crisis intervention. Her trainings provide an emphasis on the effects of trauma and the treatment needs of individual, including children, military and other specialized occupations such as police, fire and EMS at the local, state, and national level.

Questions and comments can be directed to Amy Barcelo, Executive Director at: PO Box 470001 | Broadview Heights, OH 44147 | 216.438.1994

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