Frequently Asked Questions Regarding EMDR Advanced Workshops
Am I eligible to participate in EMDR Advanced Workshops if I only completed “Part 1” or “Level 1” of EMDR Training?
EMDR Advanced Workshops provided by the Maiberger Institute are only open to therapists that have fully completed an EMDRIA approved EMDR Training. All therapist must provide a scanned copy of their EMDR Training Certificate of Completion to the Maiberger Institute prior to registration and payment in to confirm their eligibility.
If the EMDR Training you are interested in is presently full/sold-out, you have the option of either selecting another training that is presently on the EMDR Training Schedule, or you can choose to be placed on the waitlist.
The first step would be contact the Maiberger Institute ([email protected]) to pre-confirm your eligibility for the training/workshop you wish to be added.
Once your eligibility has been pre-confirmed, the next step would be to subscribe to our newsletter for either training or workshop updates. Once your subscription is confirmed, you’ll be placed on the waitlist.
Once a seat or a new training/workshop become available, those on the waitlist are contacted. Please note that being on the waitlist does not guarantee a seat in the intended training/workshop. Enrollment is first-come-first-served based on availability.
Whether or not a clinicians is considered “Trained in EMDR Therapy” will depend on when they completed their Remote EMDR Training program (aka EMDR Training, Basic EMDR Training, EMDR basic training, virtual EMDR basic training)
1) 2008 to present:
- Therapist have completed Remote EMDR Training — 40 hours of training (Part 1 and Part 2) plus 10 hours of Group Consultation — and received a “Certificate of Completion”
2) Before 2008:
- Completed “Level 1” AND “Level 2”, AND received a “Certificate of Completion” for both parts AND completed all requisite Consultation Hours from an standard EMDR basic training.
- If a therapist has completed “Level 1” training (only) prior to 2008, the therapist is NOT considered a fully trained in EMDR therapy.