EMDR: Sandtray protocol with children and adults
Melbourne- 12th of May, 2018-Registrations Closed
Costs: See Events page for registration categories and costs
The workshop will cover:
This innovative training presents the EMDR- Sandtray protocol developed by Ana Gomez, and demonstrates how it is applied in the eight phases of EMDR therapy. Ana’s innovative model assists children and adults who use mechanisms of adaptation such as avoidance, and whom require greater distance from the traumatic material.
One of the wonderful assets of the EMDR-Sandtray Protocol is its capacity to access implicit and right hemisphere material through the use of stories, symbols and archetypes. The EMDR-Sandtray protocol is suitable for children or adults. Feedback from experienced EMDR therapists and clients have lauded Ana’s EMDR-Sandtray protocol, and its transformative powers.
Who should attend?
All EMDR therapists will benefit from this training. It will open new and creative opportunities for those working with children or adults. It is not necessary to have the formal training in sandtray therapy as this protocol has its own procedures and principles rooted within the AIP model.
LOCATION - Dyason House, 124 Jolimont Rd East Melbourne
Time - Registration 8:30; Workshop 9:00-5:00
NOTE: Due to football at the MCG, parking will be limited. We strongly recommend you catch public transport. Trains are to Jolimont station or Trams 48 and 75 to Jolimont Road.
A light morning tea will be provided. We want to keep costs to participants to a minimum. We have partnered with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre to provide lunch boxes for those who wish to order. All monies go directly to the ASRC. If you have not yet selected and paid for this option If you have not yet selected and paid for this option please contact Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org . Otherwise you can bring your own and enjoy in nearby Alexander Gardens, or purchase lunch from one of the local cafes. Please note that Saturday lunch may be busy times in local cafes and the workshop will work strictly to scheduled times.