Integrating the MID into EMDR Clinical Practice 

MID Analysis v5.0 and Interpretive Manual, 3rd Edition
presented by
Michael Coy MA, LICSW
Oct 30 2020
9:00 am – 4:30 pm ***EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME***
Online Live Webinar via Zoom

When

Friday, October 30, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM EDT
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This is a live virtual event. EMDRIA Credits and CEs will be available for the live event. 

A recording will be available for registrants of the live event a few weeks after the training but without the EMDRIA Credits or CEs.

 GROUP OF 5 DISCOUNT RATE $80

If you are registering with a group of 5, please email the names of those in your group to cheryl@nuken.net

Contact

Contact Cheryl Kenn for registration, logistics or technology questions:

cheryl@nuken.net 203-675-3440

or contact Workshop Sponsor:

Cheryl Kenn
Abbott-Lobenstine.com
413-256-3637

Most EMDR Therapists have hit the wall with no progress in treatment, unexplained abreactions, and destabilization of clients following EMDR sessions and have understood that complex PTSD involves dissociation and have learned that we need new ways to work with those clients successfully. 

While many advanced workshops offer excellent guidance, including my own, understanding the dissociative process of your client is critical. The MID is a superb diagnostic instrument for creating a much more useful case conceptualization to guide yoru work. The MID tells you which of 23 different aspects of trauma related dissociation is influencing your clients functioning and your treatment. been for many years. The MID Analysis is the Excel spreadhseet that calculates the results and generates The MID Report and Lline/Bar Graphs. It was recently updated to v5.0.

A recording of the workshop will be available to those who registered for a limited time. There will not be CEs or EMDIA credits provided for distance viewing.

To make your webinar experience flawless, please take note of these important guidelines for Zoom webinars. Please log in by 8:45 am EDT for attendance recording purposes. 

The training will start promptly at 9:00 am – 4:30 pm EDT

Please register with the same email address that you will be using for the Zoom Webinar. You will be sent a link 3 days prior to the workshop.

Log into your Zoom account or just click URL and enter Meeting ID and Password

Internet connection: broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)

An ethernet cable hardwired to a router is recommended over WiFi.

Minimum bandwidth is 600kbps (up/down) and recommended is 1.5 Mbps (up/down)

Strongly recommend computer rather than tablet or phone.

Strongly recommend Chrome or Firefox browser

Limit # using other devices accessing WIFI during meeting. Zoom consumes large amounts of bandwidth. Advise others sharing your internet account to refrain from high bandwidth activities: Streaming media: ie. Netflix, Youtube, Spotify, Facebook, Videogames; dowloading files ex: Dropbox, file sharing, cloud applications or using an unsecured WiFi account.

Scan for Malware to optimize computer.

Check your internet bandwidth using www.Speedtest.com (or specific to your internet provider)

Use computer with a camera and mic.

Connect to a power source.

Raise hand or use Zoom indicator buttons to speak with training staff / moderator

Videotaping and recording of any kind with any device is strictly prohibited

FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT TECH DURING TRAINING

contact: Cheryl Kenn (203) 675-3440