CenterPointe Hospital Hosts Webinar: EMDR, An Effective Treatment for Trauma and Loss January 22, 2021
You are cordially invited to attend a Behavioral Health Zoom Webinar
TOPIC: EMDR, An Effective Treatment for Trauma and Loss
PRESENTER: Steven C. May, MA, MFT, NCC, LPC, CJP, APP, EMDR Trained
Psych Care Consultants, St. Louis South County
DATE: Friday, January 22, 2020
TIME: 12:00 p.m.—1:30 p.m.
Register in advance for this webinar:
ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Steve May has been practicing pastoral counseling and psychotherapy for nearly 20 years. Steve has worked with Psych Care Consultants in South St. Louis County since 2008. Steve is also a former employee of CenterPointe Hospital South County Outpatient Clinic where he provided intensive outpatient therapy for dual disorders and family education meetings for substance abuse and mental health.
Steve was trained in the technique of EMDR in 2016 and has used EMDR in conjunction with other forms of therapy for clients experiencing trauma, loss, and/or grief.
Steve received his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Adler University in Chicago, Illinois. Steve has received additional certifications in Jungian psychotherapy at the Jungian Institute in Chicago, Advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy through the Psychoanalytic Institute of St. Louis, and Gestalt psychotherapy at the Gestalt Institute of St. Louis.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This webinar will cover the neurobiology of traumatic events, how eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is efficacious in reducing symptoms related to traumatic disorders, and an overview of EMDR techniques.
Have a basic understanding of EMDR and its use in clinical settings.
Understand what bilateral stimulation (BLS) is and how it impacts the process of recollecting a traumatic event.
Understand the primary measurements of subjective report that occur during the EMDR process.
CEUs: 1.5 CE Credits will be awarded to Missouri Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors & Addiction Counselors.
There is NO COST to attend this educational activity!
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