About our Virtual Conference
We’re excited to bring you the EMDRIA Conference 2020 - Go Virtual Experience! We have developed an all-new online platform to deliver the latest in EMDR education with an engaging, informative program geared to suit the needs of all levels of EMDR experience. EMDRIA Conference 2020 content will be an interactive, virtual event during two consecutive weekends with recordings available for viewing on your own time for 60 days. It’s the excellent content you have grown to love paired with an exciting new way to learn and virtually network with your colleagues.
Access to ALL Sessions
Full Access! With your paid registration, you get access to 40+ sessions, rather than having to choose one out of several concurrent sessions at a time. If there are multiple sessions competing for your attention, just choose which one you want to attend “live” and then come back and view any of the others on your own time for 60 days – until November 25, 2020.
We’re offering 40+ sessions on a variety of important topics from some of the top educators and speakers in the EMDR community.
You'll also have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A after each session with Presenters!
Convenience, Savings & Safety
Convenience! Our in-person Conference was originally scheduled for August. We hope that moving the event to September/October will be more convenient for those of you who might not have been able to attend in August.
Savings! You don’t have to worry about extra expenses for lodging, travel, transportation, parking, or eating out.
Safety! For those of you who may be in a high risk or immunocompromised category, you get to attend from the safety of your own home or office.
2020 Session Topics Include:
Meet a few of our Guest Speakers & Presenters ...
The EMDRIA Virtual Conference 2020 will have over 50 EMDR therapists and researchers who will be speaking on topic's ranging from using EMDR therapy to treat social trauma, complex PTSD, treatment of simple/complex dissociative panic to utilizing EMDR therapy for the trauma of present in the LGBTQ+Community.