Eye Movement Densitization Reprocessing, or EMDR, is a powerful tool for reducing the intensity of feelings around trauma, attachment, anxiety, and negative beliefs as well as other client concerns such as depression and stress. All Reflections clinicians are trained or certified in EMDR, and continue to take advanced training. We’re excited to share the Flash protocol with our clients!
Recently clinic co-owner Rebecca Mahan-Strupp, MA, LPC has taken the EMDR Flash and Advanced Flash trainings. Flash is an impressive protocol aimed at quickly reducing high amounts of distress so that clients can focus on therapy work with less intense emotions and memories. It has been exciting to watch clients take a sigh of relief and notice increased feelings of okayness.
From the Flash website: “The Flash Technique (FT) is a recently developed therapeutic intervention for reducing the disturbance associated with traumatic or other distressing memories. Unlike many conventional trauma therapy interventions, FT is a minimally intrusive option that does not require the client to consciously engage with the traumatic memory. This allows the client to process traumatic memories without feeling distress.”
If you are interested in supervision for EMDR, Flash, IATP-C, and/or licensure Rebecca offers individual and group supervision in person and online. For more information on supervision, please email email@example.com or check out https://reflectionsmhwi.com/supervision/
For more information about Reflections, visit the rest of our website at reflectionsmhwi.com . For additional information on EMDR, please visit https://reflectionsmhwi.com/emdr/ and EMDRIA.org . To find out more about Flash, visit https://flashtechnique.com/wp/ .
You can learn more about Rebecca on her profile at https://reflectionsmhwi.com/staff/rebecca-mahan-strupp-ma-lpc/
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