Upcoming Training Events

EMDR Training July Session

EMDRIA Approved Basic Level Training in EMDR. Participants will learn EMDR’s 8 phase approach through teaching and practicum. Level 1 and 2, along with 10 hours of consultation are needed in order to complete the EMDRIA requirements for basic level training.

DATES – Level 1 July 15, 16, and 18; Level 2 August 19, 20, 21. You have the option of attending your EMDR training courses in person or virtually. Select an option below to get started. Our in-person training is held at Crittenton Children’s Center at 10918 Elm Ave in Kansas City, MO.

EMDR Training September Session

EMDRIA Approved Basic Level Training in EMDR. Participants will learn EMDR’s 8 phase approach through teaching and practicum. Level 1 and 2, along with 10 hours of consultation are needed in order to complete the EMDRIA requirements for basic level training.

DATES – Level 1 September 30, October 1, and October 2; Level 2 November 4, 5, and 6. You have the option of attending your EMDR training courses in person or virtually. Select an option below to get started. Our in-person training is held at Crittenton Children’s Center at 10918 Elm Ave in Kansas City, MO.

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EMDR and Play Therapy Training
Saturday May 15, 2021

In this training participants will learn play therapy techniques for use with kids and EMDR and how to implement EMDR with kids and teens.

Organizer of EMDR and Play Therapy Training

Elizabeth Miranda, LCMFT has been implementing Play Therapy and working with clients of all ages since 2005.  She has been offering supervision and consultation in the area of Play Therapy, EMDR, and Supervision for post graduates in an effort to support other therapists on their journey.  Her modality is attachment based, focused on interventions to help even the most wounded child heal and experience love of caregivers.  The training is not geared towards non-directive play, but rather helping the therapist engage the client in play therapy to meet whatever goals and presenting problem exist through directive and attachment focused play.