Best practices for incomplete sessions (most sessions)Apr 18, 2021
How do you end an incomplete session in Phase 4? A psychologist in Ireland, who recently purchased Zero Disturbance's Lesson Plan course, reached out with this lovely question.
Since most of our EMDR sessions are incomplete, it's helpful to have language and a framework for how to close an incomplete session in Phase 4. Just like we don't eat a raw cake until it's done baking, we don't install the PC until processing in Phase 4 is done. So, what are some best practices?
In today's video, we discuss the dos and don'ts in under 10 minutes.
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With a Masters in Education from Vanderbilt, Kambria has been creating trainings and teaching adult learners for 20 years. As Director of Education and Quality Improvement at Stanford Medical School, her job was to decomplicate and consolidate complex systems and topics, thereby giving medical trainees successful learning experiences. Now, as a busy mom of fraternal twins, dedicated business owner of Zero Disturbance, and EMDRIA Approved Consultant, Kambria knows what it means to do things efficiently, effectively, and in a learner-centered way.