Dr. Ignacio (“Nacho”) Jarero
Ignacio (Nacho) Jarero, Ph.D., Ed, D., is the world pioneer in the provision of EMDR Therapy in a group format in-person and online, AIP-informed Advance Psychosocial Interventions for Trauma-Exposed Populations, and AIP-informed Treatment Procedures for in-person and remote treatment.
For his humanitarian services around the world with over 200 deployments working in worst-case scenarios, he received the Francine Shapiro Award, the International Crisis Response Leadership Award, and the Psychotrauma Trajectory Award.
As a Senior Researcher, he received the EMDR International Association Outstanding Research Award, is a current member of the Council of Scholars (CoS) for the Future of EMDR Therapy Project working in the Research Work Group, Frontiers in Public Health Journal Associate Editor, Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, and Frontiers in Psychology Journal Reviewer. He is in the top 6% of the most widely read researchers in the world who are members of Research Gate, an organization that brings together more than 20 million researchers from all areas of human knowledge.
Dr. Jarero is EMDR Institute Senior Trainer of Trainers and Advance Specialty Trainer, Expert Certified TeleMental Health Clinician, and has conducted seminars and workshops worldwide with participants from 67 different countries.
He is a co-author of the EMDR Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents and Ongoing Traumatic Stress (EMDR-PRECI)©, the Protocol for Paraprofessionals use (PROPARA) ©, the Acute Stress Syndrome Stabilization (ASSYST) © AIP-informed treatment procedures in a group, individual, and remote formats, and the EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (EMDR-IGTP) © that has been provided worldwide with thousands of natural or human provoked disaster survivors and populations with recent, present or past prolonged adverse experiences.
EMDR Mexico – The home of EMDR therapy in Mexico and the first national EMDR organization founded in Latin America and the Caribbean