Uri Bergmann, Ph.D.


Uri Bergmann, Ph.D., is an EMDR Institute Facilitator, Presenter, as well as an EMDRIA Approved Consultant. He is a past-president of EMDRIA. He has lectured and consulted throughout the United States, Europe, and South America on the neurobiology of EMDR, and the integration of EMDR with psychodynamic and ego state treatment. He has published journal articles and book chapters on the neurobiology of EMDR and the treatment of dissociation, and is the author of Neurobiological Foundations for EMDR Practice. Dr. Bergmann serves on various journal editorial boards and is in full-time private practice in Commack and Bellmore, New York.


Session 323: Recent Neural Findings: The Dormant Potential of the Body Scan

Presented by Uri Bergmann, Ph.D. in Intermediate at 1:30 PM on Saturday, October 3rd.

Session Description: Can recent neurobiological findings inform EMDR treatment? Is the unconscious/implicit mind important? Research has evidenced how the human brain develops in the context of somatosensory stimulation and relational inter-subjectivity. This data charges us to become more, fluent, and clinically comfortable with the right hemispheric somatosensorial language of our patients and ourselves. This seminar…