In celebration of “EMDR Week” and the 25th Anniversary of EMDR, Rolf Carriere will be speaking at the 2014 EMDRIA Conference in Denver, Colorado. Please visit the EMDRIA Conference website for details.
- September 21st, 2014 – Sunday
- Plenary Session 401 : Speaker – Rolf Carriere
- 8:30AM – 10:30AM
Below is a video of Rolf Carriere speaking at TEDxGroningen (October 2013) on the use of EMDR to heal trauma on a global scale. We hope that you will share it to encourage others to learn more about EMDR:
“What would the world look like if we were able to systematically heal all the traumas? I believe that world would be a lot less violent because we would finally begin to interrupt the insidious interpersonal and intergeneration transmission of violence and abuse. That world, I believe, would be a lot more peaceful and also a lot more prosperous. I believe that world is within reach. I am convinced I believe that EMDR has the power and potential to help treat and heal humanity’s wounded memories.” ~ Rolf Carriere
About Rolf Carriere
From 1971 Rolf Carriere worked with the UN and World Bank mostly in Asia. For seven years he headed UNICEF’s health and nutrition program in India. His last postings were UNICEF Country Director in Bhutan, Burma, Bangladesh and Indonesia. Thereafter he established the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition in Geneva. Currently he advises Nonviolent Peaceforce in promoting unarmed civilian peacekeeping/protection at the UN. As a development economist he focused on scaling up programs to reduce malnutrition, maternal mortality, child labor. He introduced EMDR in Bangladesh (1998) and Indonesia (2001). His interests are: philosophy, spirituality and global governance.