EMDR Singapore is pleased to invite you to register for the upcoming Specialty Training by Andrew Seubert, LMHC, NCC:
Trauma-Informed Approach to Eating Disorders Utilising EMDR and Ego State/Parts Work
Date: 1- 4 April 2020 (Wed-Sat)
Time: 9:30am – 5:30pm
Venue: Cana, 55 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187954 (St. Mary Room)
Details of the workshop content are available in the attached flyer.
- Open to clinicians with & without EMDR training
- Must have psychology-relevant qualifications
- Minimum Bachelor degree with 2 years clinical practice or Masters with 1 year clinical practice.
Clinical Supervision / Consultation Sessions
Date: 5 April 2020 (Sunday)
Venue: 19 Tanglin Road #06-46 Tanglin Shopping Centre, Singapore 247909
Andrew Seubert will also be providing individual and group clinical supervision/consultation sessions for EMDR practitioners on 5 April 2020. However, these slots are limited and sign-ups are on first come first serve basis. You will be notified of confirmation at a later date.
Time Slots & Fees:
(Individual) 9am – 10am SGD210/pax
(Group of 2) 10am – 11am SGD105/pax
(Group of 4) 11am – 1pm SGD120/pax
(Group of 2) 2pm – 3pm SGD105/pax
(Group of 4) 3pm – 5pm SGD120/pax
To register for the workshop and/or clinical supervision/consultation sessions, please go to: bit.ly/2020SpTrainingAndrewSeubert
About the Trainer
Andrew Seubert is a nationally certified counsellor (USA), licensed mental health counsellor and an EMDRIA-approved consultant and trainer with extensive background in an Existential-Gestalt approach to growth and therapy. Always drawn to forms of therapy that address the entire person—mind, body, emotions, creativity and spirit, Andrew has developed an extremely holistic approach in his work with individuals, couples, families and groups. Formerly an educator, musician and Peace Corps Volunteer, Andrew has consulted with Corning Inc, small businesses and human service agencies, providing stress management and conflict resolution training, as well as workshops and coaching that facilitate personal growth and performance enhancement.
He has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, as well as his first book, “The Courage to Feel”, and his recently released book and workbook – “How Simon Left His Shell: The Courage to Feel for Young People.”
Andrew is a highly engaging, interactive therapist and retreat/workshop facilitator whose passion about his work is expressed in his use of music, creative imagination, experiential approaches and humor. In addition to working with a broad spectrum of therapeutic issues, Andrew has a strong interest in healing from trauma and PTSD, particularly through the use of EMDR. This interest also informs his approach in working with eating disorders and helping couples create and renew their relationship. His passion for an integration of psychotherapy and spirituality is a driving force, whether in individual sessions, workshops or intensive Personal Therapeutic Retreats.
More information about Andrew is found in the flyer attached.
We look forward to your participation at the above training.