Simply Rewire, EMDR & Private Practice Consulting

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Take your therapy practice to exciting new heights by integrating EMDR intensives! An experienced and highly trained EMDR therapist like yourself possesses invaluable skills that can truly make a difference. Not only will incorporating EMDR intensives provide a wonderful growth opportunity for your practice's revenue, but it can also enhance your clients' journey towards healing. Embrace this innovative approach and witness the transformative impact it can have on your practice and your clients' lives!


Intensive sessions allow for a more concentrated focus on the client's needs, without the interruptions of weekly scheduling. Hello progress!


Experience the satisfaction of fast-tracking your clients' progress with EMDR intensives! Join us in transforming lives and creating empowering breakthroughs!


Are you tired of trying to fit your life around your work schedule?Design an EMDR practice that meets your life's needs. EMDR intensives can provide incredible flexibility for your schedule.


πŸ’­ Imaginative Repair in EMDR: Through imaginative repair interweaves, EMDR therapists can address early attachment wounds. This approach helps the brain shift to more adaptive networks, promoting emotional resilience and well-being.


πŸ‘Ά Childhood Attachment in EMDR: In therapy, insecure attachment often shows up as foundational negative beliefs. An early developmental informed approach in EMDR helps address these beliefs and attachment wounds.


🧠 Impact on Mental Health: Secure attachment reduces the risk of anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. The emotional security from early years acts as a buffer against life stressors.


πŸ‘« Social Competence: Secure attachment enhances social skills. Feeling loved and supported early on creates a positive template for future relationships, improving the ability to connect with others.


πŸ” Cognitive Development: Secure attachment is crucial for cognitive growth. Feeling secure allows children to explore their environment, ask questions, and embrace challenges, fostering cognitive development.


🧠 Emotional Regulation: Securely attached children develop strong emotional self-regulation. Consistent responses to their needs help them navigate emotions, leading to emotional resilience in adolescence and adulthood.


πŸ’– The Foundation of Trust: Secure attachment fosters trust in relationships, providing comfort, safety, and emotional support. This trust becomes a building block for future interactions and relationships.


🌱 Secure attachment is the cornerstone of emotional well-being. As EMDR therapists, understanding its importance in childhood lays the foundation for supporting our clients' journey to healing.


πŸ“… Session formats matter! From session length to the number of breaks, the frequency of appointments - every detail is tailored for an intensive therapeutic experience. πŸ”„


πŸ€Ήβ€β™€οΈ Therapists need agility in applying EMDR. From shifting directions to ensuring effectiveness, the ability to adapt is crucial. Explore the dynamic dance of applying EMDR protocols with finesse. πŸ’ƒ


Navigating the world of EMDR intensives requires knowing the right protocols. Confidence is key! Learn which protocols effectively address presenting problems for efficient and impactful sessions. πŸ—οΈ


EMDR intensives are really conducive to adjunct EMDR therapy. When we're working short-term with clients it forces us to have narrow treatment goals that we can work toward and reach (ideally) in just a short period of time!


A key difference with EMDR intensives and ongoing therapy: Rapport must be established swiftly. How do I establish rapport quickly with my EMDR intensive clients?

πŸ—’οΈ The intake appointment is my first face-to-face interaction. During my 90 minute, virtual intake I'm getting to know the client and also letting them know how I think the EMDR intensive will be beneficial for them.

🌼 At the beginning of the first intensive session (mine are in person) I start with asking "How are you feeling about being here, for this intensive?" Almost always the response is "anxious" or "nervous" about getting into the trauma work. Addressing this is an opportunity to continue building rapport and trust.


One of the questions I hear the most is about how to fit EMDR intensives into an already full schedule. Start with these 3 simple steps:

1. Look at a blank calendar.
2. Map out the IDEAL schedule for your intensive offerings.
3. Look at your actual calendar and pick a start date and block it off!


There's no ONE "right" way to do an EMDR intensive when it comes to scheduling. The most important first step is thinking about what works for YOU and what do YOU want to offer to your clients. It's also flexible! You're not stuck in doing whatever you decide for forever. As you experiment with your intensives you will learn what works well and what you prefer. As your life changes and your needs change, you can change how you offer EMDR intensives too!


Working "intensively" with clients can be a great way to combine EMDR intensives and ongoing therapy. The intensive sessions allow for plenty of time to really get into the EMDR work and also provide consistency for ongoing support. This can be a great option for working with clients who have complex trauma.


2 hour long sessions are a great way to balance having more time with your clients and also both yours and your client's window of tolerance. For some clients (especially clients who have more dissociation) I have found that 2 hours is the sweet spot for EMDR intensives.


πŸ”Ž Are you struggling to pinpoint potential EMDR targets with your clients?

πŸ˜΅β€πŸ’« Do you feel overwhelmed by the extensive list of past traumas that need to be addressed?

⏳ Is the reprocessing taking longer than expected, looping back to early childhood memories repeatedly?

πŸ€” Is addressing relationship and attachment-based issues proving challenging with EMDR?

πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ If you answered yes to any of these questions, our Early Developmental Approach to EMDR is tailored to transform your EMDR work with clients!

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If you like the 12 total hours as a chunk of time for your EMDR intensives but want to offer 4 hour sessions then a Monday, Wednesday, Friday is a great option! Separating the hours into two chunks of time is a great option for EMDR therapists who have retreat style intensives or have space conducive to outdoor time in the middle of the intensive.

In my dream scenario, I would offer this at the beach. With time in the middle for a break to put feet in the sand and breathe


This one is my current favorite! Scheduling 4 intensive sessions over 2 weeks. I love that the first 2 sessions are close together and that we have more space in between session 2 and 3. It gives space for some integration in between sessions and also time for reassessing where progress has been made and where we need to focus our attention next.


There are so many ways to schedule EMDR intensives! I personally prefer 3 hour long sessions. Doing a Monday, Wednesday, Friday in the same week can be a great way to offer a 3 day intensive!


Option 4: Look further ahead! If your schedule is packed this week, think about the future. Block out dedicated time for intensive sessions, and watch how it transforms your availability. Plan ahead for a more intentional and fulfilling practice. πŸ—“οΈ


Option 3: Time for a schedule shake-up! Challenge assumptions about fixed time slots and explore ways to consolidate your schedule. Discussing treatment goals and offering intensives might just create the space you need. πŸ”„


Option 2: Re-evaluate treatment goals with existing clients. Explore opportunities to reduce session frequency or wrap up goals with intensive sessions. It's a win-win for you and your clients! 🎯


Option 1: Evaluate your insurance contracts. Are there low-reimbursement contracts with infrequent clients? Consider terminating them to open up space in your schedule. Small changes, big impact! πŸ’ͺ

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