Dissociation Re-Imagined

2-Day Training

 Amy Wagner, M.A., LMFT, LMHC, Approved EMDR Consultant


Friday Jan. 27th & Saturday Jan. 28th

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Lake Mary Community Center 

140 E Wilbur Ave, Lake Mary, FL 32746


$185 without CEUs

$195 with FL CEUs/EMDRIA Credits

Funds from this Training go to support Greater Orlando TRN!



REQUIREMENTS: EMDR Basic Training Weekend 1 completed


Contact Kandace Ledergerber
Email: education.goemdrian@gmail.com
Phone: (321) 318-3992


8:30-9:00 Registration and Networking

9:00-10:30 Learning Time

10:30-10:45 Snack Break

10:45-12:15 Learning Time

12:15-1:30 Lunch Break

1:30-3:00 Learning Time

3:00-3:15 Snack Break

3:15-5:00 Learning Time

Lunch Time Gathering Fun
Join us on Friday and Saturday for some community, fun, and relaxation! 

Friday- Join us for our first in-person GOEMDRIAN meeting in a LONG time, where lunch will be provided! 

Saturday - Bring your lunch and yoga mat and spend the day in comfy yoga clothes! When we break for lunch, enjoy a restorative yoga practice before your packed lunch!

Join us for our first IN PERSON training in 2.5 years!  Connect with colleagues in this exciting new time for learning and personal growth!

About Dissociation Re-Imagined 2-Day Training

Deepen your knowledge of the nuances of the dissociative response process through trauma-focused, attachment, and resiliency lenses. During the two-day training, you will expand and grow your adaptive networks through community learning, experiential activities, and invitations to understand your inner landscape of parts and dissociative responses. Best practices will become more precise, and strategies will be explored for transitioning this innovative learning experience to your clinical practice based on EMDR therapy.


What You Can Experience

  • The client's perspective of a dissociative response experience through hands-on practice
  • An opportunity to normalize the dissociative process and deepen awareness of your own dissociative profile
  • A community of like-minded individuals who want to learn, grow and develop a better understanding of dissociation
  • An in-person opportunity to network and connect with people in your area!


What You Will Learn About

  • Models of working with internal dissociative symptoms
  • Internal parts mapping and how to use it with clients who have dissociative responses
  • Your internal parts landscape and how it shows up in the therapy room
  • How client self-identity around sexual and gender orientation is affected by dissociation
  • Interventions around important topics like money, food, sexuality, and health care
  • Ways to increase somatic awareness in session
  • How to develop and implement a comprehensive treatment plan for clients experiencing dissociation
  • The importance of personal expressive arts in self-care to help reduce burnout and create a plan that works!


What You Will Be Able to Identify

  • Dissociation fact versus fiction
  • Ways dissociation may present in clients
  • Your client's dissociative profile and how to plan for crises while using internal parts
  • Parenting uniqueness for people experiencing a dissociative response 
  • Attachment patterns and how they can impact the therapeutic relationship 
  • Grounding resources and skills to help clients who have dissociative responses
  • Healthy boundaries and shame responses and how these two show up in the client's trauma narrative

About Amy

Amy (she/her) is passionate about guiding therapists to understand the gift of dissociation from a perspective of humility, compassion, and empathetic awareness that is consistently based on curiosity for the clients' unique experiences. Amy believes that working with trauma also means working with the normal human experience of dissociation in a non-pathologizing way. Amy has the heart of a teacher and finds her stride in EMDR consulting, teaching, and helping therapists develop into their best clinical selves. Amy remains deeply involved in clinical work at her private practice in Orlando, where she specializes in working with clients healing from developmental trauma by transforming their lives and relationships. In her downtime, Amy can be found paddle boarding around Orlando, reading on the beach, playing with her golden retrievers, and spending time with her family.

What past attendees and consultees have shared about Amy!


"Thank you for an engaging and in-depth learning experience! To say that you've got a lot of heart would be an understatement. I am astounded by how abundant with love you are, which was evident through your teaching and in your work with your clients."
 – K.C., August 2022 Training Attendee

"Amy has been an amazing mentor and trainer to me! She has been supportive and empathetic during training and consultations. The knowledge gained from her has been invaluable in helping me to conceptualize cases and feel comfortable that I am moving in the best direction possible for clients."  – J.K., January 2022 Training Attendee and Consultee

"Amy is able to hold and communicate the big picture while answering specific questions. Because of my work with her, I have much more confidence in my work and myself. I cannot recommend her highly enough!" – A.S., January 2022 Training Attendee and Consultee