The Annual General Meeting of Sri Lanka EMDR Association will be held on the 29th of September, 2018 at St.Anthony's Convent, 82, D.S.Senanayake Rd, Borella, Colombo 08.
Part 2 training from 3rd to 6th November 2018 in Colombo
Please contact the President, Secretary or the Treasurer for more information.
Welcome to the EMDR Sri Lanka. This is the professional Association of EMDR Therapists which tries to impart information about EMDR to the general public and connect all the EMDR therapists to one another so that they can support and learn from each other.
The EMDR Association of Sri Lanka is a group of professionals from the field of mental health , who are practicing Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Psychologists, and Psychiatrists who have undertaken training in the "EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION AND REPROCESSING (EMDR)" Therapy.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful therapeutic method for helping clients to let go of distressing memories and to think differently about their trauma. After a successful EMDR session, the client may even have difficulty recalling their formerly upsetting traumatic experience. Often clients report that when they started the EMDR procedure, the trauma memory was like a video with sounds and sensations. After the session, the trauma memory is more like a still, black and white photograph. Given the world wide recognition as an effective treatment of trauma, one can easily see how EMDR also would be effective in treating the “everyday” memories that are a reason, people have low self-esteem, feelings of powerlessness, and all the myriad of problems that bring them in for therapy. Since first discovered over 25 years ago by a Psychologist, Dr.Francine Shapiro, millions of people have been treated successfully over the years and, now over 70,000 clinicians throughout the world use this as their primary therapy. There has been so much research on EMDR that it is now recognized as an effective form of treatment for trauma and other disturbing experiences, by many International Psychiatric and Psychological Associations. more