Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an innovative form of treatment for psychological traumas including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). EMDR training is available to qualified mental health professionals. If you work in any of the following psychiatry, psychology, mental health and social work or any related health fields it is worth considering undertaking a EMDR training course.
EMDR training courses typically cover the history and background behind EMDR and the study of theory and practical knowledge of how EMDR treatment can benefit clients who have suffered some form of psychological trauma. During EMDR training you will learn how to spot PTSD symptoms in clients and study PTSD cases where EMDR has been used to treat the client. EMDR training courses are designed to give you a solid grounding in the field and a wider understanding of EMDR and the background behind it and how the treatment works for clients. PTSD training will help you to understand the condition fully and spot potential symptoms in your clients. PTSD is a form of psychological trauma, which usually relates back to a particularly traumatic or stressful event suffered by the client.
If you are interested in taking part in an EMDR training course and you are a qualified health professional look out for courses which are fully accredited and recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE). EMDR training courses teach you how to spot PTSD symptoms and treat clients using a form of EMDR that is suited to them and their individual case.