Are there CEs available for this course?
Yes! 10 CEs for Psychologists through the American Psychological Association (APA) and 15 NBCC clock hours are available for purchase ($30 add-on).
The registration fee includes 14 EMDRIA credits that can be applied toward EMDR certification/certification renewal.
I registered for the online course but have not received an email confirmation with course access instructions, what should I do?
Check your spam folder! If you are part of an agency or larger institution, you may need to talk with your system administrator about potential firewalls that block email campaigns. If you have unsubscribed from our email list, you will need to subscribe again. Send us a message and we can help!
I have not received a receipt for my purchase of the online course, how can I get a copy?
Check your spam folder! If you are part of an agency or larger institution, you may need to talk with your system administrator about potential firewalls that block email campaigns. Send us a message and we can help!
When I click on the course access links nothing pulls up – or the videos won’t play, how can I fix this?
You may need to change the internet browser, or perform a software update for the browser you’re using. Make sure that your internet connection is strong and working properly. To accommodate those working in a remote area with poor or limited internet connection, low resolution video links are available for each training module. You can find these links under the displayed training video in each module.
I have questions for Dr. Jarero and Kelly about the material presented in the training, what is the best way to get them answered?
Watch all the Q&A session replay videos! Chances are someone else had the same questions you have.
The Hive Plus is also designed to provide you with additional support after the training. You can go into the portal and submit your questions there or you can submit your questions in the Hive Plus Facebook group. Click here to learn more about the Hive Plus membership.
I was double-charged for my registration. How do I request a refund?
Email us the details of the training you signed up for and the overcharge – include the last 4 digits of your credit card number, name on the card, and the email address you used when registering. We will look into the double charge and apply the appropriate refunds.
Can I share this training with a colleague? (ie: one person buys and then shares the access link with someone else who hasn’t paid)
No. Sharing links for an on-demand training is strictly prohibited. Please see our Terms and Agreements signed when you registered for the training.
How long will I have access to the course?
For Live Online courses, participants will have access to the replay for 90 days from the date the replay is made available. For On-Demand courses, participants will have access to the course for 90 days from the date of purchase. This includes all training videos, course materials and Q&A recordings.
Are there closed captions on the training videos and Q&A sessions replays?
Unfortunately, at this time our training videos and Q&A sessions replays do not have closed captions. This is high on our priority list!
What is the difference between the ASSYST-Remote and the ASSYST-Individual?
The ASSYST-Individual is taught using eye movement Bilateral Stimulation, which is taught in EMDR basic training. For the ASSYST-Individual training, there are additional details about how to handle dissociation when you are in person, there are details about doing the BLS eye movement, along with other questions. Dr. Jarero teaches the ASSYST-Individual as part of the Advanced EMDR Workshop because it is specifically for EMDR trained practitioners. This procedure also incorporates how to do the ASSYST in a group setting in person, along with EMDR-PRECI and EMDR-IGTP. It is designed for continuity of care across the spectrum using more than just the ASSYST-individual procedure. It also offers a more detailed explanation about the theory behind it.
The ASSYST-Remote is a procedure designed to be used for all therapists, not just those who are EMDR clinicians. The training provides additional details about how to do it remotely, such as what to do if someone dissociates or if they aren’t able to do BLS on themselves, etc.
How do I connect with other clinicians trained in Dr. Jarero’s Advanced EMDR Protocols?
The Hive Program will connect you with other professionals around the world who have learned and utilize Dr. Jarero’s protocols. By joining the Hive, you will be able to obtain referrals and peer support, along with access to clinical consultation. Click here to learn more about the Hive.
Are their group rates available for this training?
Please contact us to discuss group rate options. Click here to send us a message through the website.
How do I know if I am eligible to take the EMDR-IGTP-OTS-Remote?
The EMDR-IGTP-OTS- Remote training is available to pre-licensed, licensed, interns (or equivalent) metal health clinicians that have taken EMDR basic training and Dr. Ignacio (Nacho) Jarero’s EMDR Therapy Protocols for Early Intervention & Ongoing Traumatic Stress Advanced Specialty Workshop. The EMDR-IGTP-OTS-Remote is an “add-on” training that teaches and demonstrates how to deliver the IGTP-OTS remotely via telehealth.
In what language is the EMDR-IGTP-OTS training?
All course materials are available in English and Spanish. The video demonstrations are conducted in Spanish with English subtitles. The demonstrations are done by members of Dr. Jarero’s research team, based in Mexico. The research team has conducted the EMDR-IGTP-OTS-Remote with over 100 nurses and doctors in Mexico at 6 different hospitals, related to the COVID pandemic. They are currently conducting a Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) research study on the protocol. Once more qualified, English speaking clinicians are available the training will include video demonstrations in English.
What is the purpose of art therapy within EMDR-based group interventions EMDR therapy in a group setting?
The art therapy is used to help the participants express what they are feeling without having to share it specifically with the rest of the group. Art therapy can be an effective way for people to process their emotions in a group setting without having the pressure of speaking out loud about their personal, traumatic or distressing experiences.