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Friday and Saturday, November 3 - 4, 2023
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Created for EMDR-trained therapists who may be seeking ways to fully integrate EMDR into their practice. Maybe you fit into one or more of these situations...
Whatever the reason, this will serve as a reboot.
Participants must have completed all 6 days of an EMDRIA Approved Basic Training. *Please bring all prior given manuals and worksheets and come prepared to present with at least two patients for case conceptualization work.
In this unique and transformative workshop, we will bridge the worlds of EMDR therapy and Healing-Justice to empower therapists in their clinical work. By integrating these principles into the EMDR framework, we aim to enhance the therapeutic experience and promote equitable healing for individuals impacted by systemic oppression and trauma.
Participants will delve into the intersectionality of trauma and social justice, exploring how various forms of oppression and marginalization can impact the healing process. Through engaging discussions, case studies, and interactive exercises, therapists will gain insights and practical strategies for navigating complex trauma through a lens of cultural humility, inclusivity, and social awareness.
The workshop will address topics such as cultural responsiveness, trauma-informed advocacy, and integrating social justice considerations into the EMDR protocol. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their own cultural biases, explore how power dynamics influence therapeutic relationships, and develop tools for addressing the impact of systemic oppression on trauma recovery.
This refresher workshop offers a space for therapists to deepen their understanding of EMDR protocols while fostering an environment of mutual learning and growth. We will review:
You will also be introduced to multiple interventions/protocols including ASSYST, PRECI and IGTP, developed by Dr. Ignacio (Nacho) Jarero - world pioneer in the provision of EMDR Therapy in a group format, AIP-informed Advance Psychosocial Interventions for Trauma-Exposed Populations, and AIP-informed Treatment Procedures. https://scalingupemdr.com/online-advanced-emdr-trainings/
Therapists will leave with renewed inspiration, skills, and strategies to support their clients.
This refresher offers a space for therapists to deepen their understanding of EMDR protocols while fostering an environment of mutual learning and growth to include:
By achieving these training objectives, therapists will be better equipped to integrate EMDR therapy, the Adaptive Information Processing model, and social justice principles to provide trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and equitable care to clients from diverse backgrounds.
$333 USD – Standard Registration Price
The deadline to register for this training is the first training date. As long as there is space in the training, participants can sign up for the training up until the day that the training begins.
You must complete the registration form and make payment to reserve your spot.
Sankofa Healing Studio has been approved by EMDRIA as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, No. 21009
EC Program Approval Number: #21009-03
This training provides a certificate for 12 CEs. These CEs will be provided by the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA). It is necessary to participate in 100% of the training to receive the credits of Continuing Education. A certificate for these CEs is included in the price of the training.
Introduction and Workshop Overview
Review of the 8 Phases of EMDR Therapy
Exploring the Adaptive Information Processing Model
Considerations and Modifications for Complex Case Presentations
Resource Development Skills and Internalized Belief Systems
Readiness of the Client and Therapist
Protocols for Specific Populations
Incorporating Healing-Justice Principles in Each Phase
Trauma-Informed Advocacy and Social Change
Reflective Practices and Skill Building
Jacqui Johnson, LPC, ATR-BC, CCMHC, PMH-C, RYT
Somatic Healing-Justice Art Therapist+
Board-Certified Art Therapist
Emotional Emancipation Circle Leader
Certified Perinatal Mental Health Provider
Registered Kemetic Yoga Teacher
Trained in Neurofeedback
Clinical Director: Sankofa Healing Studio
Adjunct Professor: Jefferson University
Founder: EMDR & Brainspotiing In Color Group
EMDR Consultant & Advanced Trainer
EMDR in Color Facilitator
Somatic (Mind-Body) approaches for:
Incarceration - Community Violence - Racial Trauma and Collective Healing in the Black Community - Ancestral Healing - Parts Work; Shadow Work - Ongoing Traumas and Traumatic Stress - Groups - Complex PTSD - Perinatal Experiences - Intensive Healing Spaces for Therapists
Healing Circles - Reiki - Chakras - Crystals - HipHop - Sound Healing
Founder/Clinical Director of Sankofa Healing Studio
(She/Her/Hers Pronouns) Jacqui Johnson, a Somatic Healing-Justice Art & Play Therapist+, prioritizes the need to bridge the Black mental health access gap while upending oppression within healing spaces. Her advanced training in multiple evidence-based modalities informs her unique holistic style blending Art, Play, Storytelling, Hip-Hop, Brainspotting, EMDR, and Energy-based practices. Jacqui is an educator who lectures widely, provides supervision, and consultation, and leads international initiatives that increase training accessibility to Therapists of Color.
Jacqui’s expertise and community work are rooted in the importance of gender and trauma-responsive care. She addresses head-on the complex intersectionality of adverse childhood experiences, race, community violence, and the (in)justice system. This belief is what led her to work with people within the criminal justice system. Jacqui developed and facilitates trauma-responsive art therapy groups at the Philadelphia county jail for women and incarcerated youth, addressing the unique challenges that individuals with trauma, compounded by incarceration, face. She believes that reclaiming our past, provides us with valuable knowledge to protect our future, while understanding and shifting our present condition
EMI (Expressive Media, Inc.)
Our mission is to promote the healing power of the arts by creating, collecting, and disseminating outstanding educational films, as well as clinical and historical footage.
IDHA (Institute for the Development of Human Arts)
IDHA is advancing a new paradigm of Transformative Mental Health. This is the practice of personal and collective healing rooted in: systemic change, experiential knowledge; holistic care.
PRC (Philadelphia Reentry Coalition)
The Reentry Coalition brings agencies and organizations working on reentry in Philadelphia together to collectively reduce recidivism.
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