EMDR Group Therapy

EMDR Group Therapy for Clinicians

Holding space and creating community for those that hold space for others.

  • Process a sticky client story or personal experience without talking out loud
  • Improve your mental and emotional capacity
  • Reduce vicarious trauma and burnout
  • Attend with a sense of safety and privacy in clinician-only space
  • Enjoy the experience of EMDR as a participant
  • Learn grounding techniques to take home with you

For licensed and pre-licensed mental health clinicians only

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  • January 20th, 2024 – 10am – 12pm, online
  • April 12th, 2024 Friday 9am – 12pm, in-person
  • July 20th, 2024 Saturday 10am – 12pm, online
  • October 4th, 2024 Friday 9am – 12pm, in-person

Cost: $25/hour

Registration links:

Two-hour groups: https://evolvedemdr.as.me/ResiliencyBuilding2hour
Three-hour groups: https://evolvedemdr.as.me/ResiliencyBuilding3hour

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Bonnie Barclay, MSSW, LCSW

Bonnie Barclay, MSSW, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker and EMDRIA Approved Consultant. She owns a group practice in Knoxville, TN, as well as Evolved EMDR, the consultation side to her business. She co-coordinates the East TN chapter of the Trauma Recovery Network through the EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs (HAP), recently responding to the Covenant School shooting in Nashville, TN. She is a trauma specialist utilizing EMDR as her primary treatment approach. Her clinical interests and expertise include anxiety and panic disorders, phobias and fears, stress management, grief, PTSD, recent/single incident trauma, medical and birth related trauma, as well as developmental and relationship trauma.

Amye R. Cole, LMFT, MA, MBA

Amye R. Cole, LMFT, MA, MBA is a licensed marriage and family therapist in four states, an NBCC International Mental Health Facilitator, and a certified EMDR therapist. She specializes in treating ongoing distress and recent traumatic events for individuals, families, and groups using EMDR. Amye owns and operates three Leaf Connections and has worked in nonprofits,

community agencies, K-12 schools, college/universities, and a non-governmental organization at the United Nations. She has volunteered at
Ground Zero after 9/11, traveled with a maternal health nonprofit to rural Nepal, led a mental health education course with survivors of the genocide in Rwanda, actively volunteers with the Trauma Recovery Network to respond to regional mass shootings, and leads mental health education and resourcing workshops.