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MON 25 MAR
Research Journal Club Topic: EMDR Therapy – Qualitative Research: Exploring the How and the Why (25/03/24) CPDFREE Facilitators: Aisling O’Connor and Dr Caitriona Kinsella
Online - Zoom
25-03-2024   Start:19:00.p.m. - 20:30.p.m.
1.5 CPD hours
IACP Members Only

Places Limited to 300

Event will close for bookings Friday 22nd March 24

Research Journal Club Topic: EMDR Therapy – Qualitative Research: Exploring the How and the Why


The research paper under discussion for the fifth Research Journal Club will be the recently published Qualitative Research in EMDR therapy: Exploring the individual experience of the How and Why  by Marich et al from the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, Vol 14 (3) 2020.

Along with the Research Committee members facilitating the discussion, IACP member Marie Tierney will participate, sharing insights from her own research in the area of therapists’ experiences using the intergenerational EMDR protocol in adults with childhood trauma.

Running order:

7.00-7.05 Introductions – Research Committee Chair and IACP Research Lead

7.05-7.25 Research paper outline and conversation - RC facilitators

7.25-7.40 Research paper thoughts and own research – Marie Tierney

7.40-8.00 Breakout rooms

8.00-8.30 General discussion


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