I’ve had a busy year of it with training, as I’m always looking to improve upon my skill set. I’ve completed classroom training for BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT) – this seems like a good technique for quickly resolving simple issues such as upsetting events, phobias and habits. I’ve also completed Flash Technique training – this is an adjunct technique to EMDR and is proving to be really powerful. It can resolve some issues in itself, and is really helpful for... Read More Read More
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On the subject of EMDR for people with anxiety, and for people with complex trauma. It was presented by Ad de Jongh, a respected Dutch clinician and researcher. It was a great workshop with loads of new evidence based information and ideas for innovative practice. I’ll certainly be using what I learned, and there was a whole new take on something which I have suspected for a while, which is that EMDR taxes working memory, so disturbing memories (or fears... Read More Read More