Trauma Resolution Workshop for Coaches, Counsellors and Therapists

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Trauma Resolution with Generative Change | Newcastle upon Tyne

A Trauma Resolution Workshop for Therapists, Counsellors, Hypnotherapists, Social Workers, Doctors, Nurses, Police and all People Helpers working with client trauma. Using Eye Movement Integration and Generative Change Techniques. A Brief Therapy and Solution Focused approach to working with Trauma.

Practically every change professional will work with client trauma in varying degrees. As a coach you need to have the tools to remove emotional bocks. As a therapist you will need to be able to robustly remove and dissolve client trauma. As a social worker or counsellor wouldn’t you like to help your clients quickly and safely move on from serious emotional episodes without all the pain or talking about this again and again? This is a much quicker, content free and client centred approach than CBT.

Newcastle upon Tyne
October 16-17

Cost £125

Eye Movement Integration is a very brief and content free process for resolving psychological traumas such as PTSD, intrusive memories, shame, guilt and other kinds undesirable emotional and identity imprints.

“This course offers so much even if, as I had, you’ve already learnt and used basic EMI techniques. It is exceptionally well presented and gives a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of EMI, including simple explanations of how and why it works. But in combining EMI and Time Line techniques it offers a new and extraordinarily effective procedure for the resolution of many types of symptom that can be linked to traumatic experience.” – Nick Rolfe

Most people during their life time have had experiences that have been traumatic, painful or negatively emotionally charged. These experiences, all kinds of problematic responses to past events, are all part of the rich tapestry of life and commonly know as Trauma, Grief, Guilt, PTSD, Shame. Usually the intensity of the experience fades in time and people are OK.

This is a robust process where it is absolutely unnecessary to become emotionally involved in your clients pain. This way you can run process and work rapidly towards helping your clients out of their pain whilst being compassionate.

Watch Nigel demonstrate the principles of Generative Change and Positive States

Watch Nigel demonstrate EMI  process during a training course

But other times there are one, two or more memories that just seem to pop up from nowhere or surface unannounced and then all the unwanted emotional energy is there. Its painful, unpleasant and unwanted. And very often, people suffer for long periods of time, way longer than is actually necessary.

As a counsellor, therapist or anyone who is working with client trauma, you want proven and recognised ways to help your clients out of the black emotional cloud of pain and suffering as rapidly and as ecologically as possible. Your clients are typically coming to see you because they are experiencing some form of emotional pain. All of the emotional states discussed above can be successfully treated and neutralised with Eye Movement Integration.

EMI is not EMDR. You do not need to belong to an elite group or have to pay thousands of pounds to use this Brief Therapy method.

EMI is a tiny, tiny fraction of the cost of EMDR training and is applied with precision and skills by the EMI practitioner, surprisingly easy to learn and a particularly robust clinical process.

I found the material and the presentation excellent, what I have seen of the Generative Change process fills some big gaps in my conventional NLP training and the EMI allow the body mind to connect and integrate the release of emotional issues in a very clear and clean way!

Feras Jerjis

EMI Background

Eye Movement Integration was developed by Steve and Connirae Andreas in America in 1989.

Watch Steve Andreas Demonstrate this process with a Vietnam Veteran.

The Neuro Linguistic Eye Accessing Model states when someone ‘thinks’, their eyes will typically move in some sequence. The sequence of unconscious eye movements will give clues and cues to how they are thinking. There is often a ‘sequence’ of eye movements ( and certain physiology ) when a person re-experiences troublesome and problematic memories.

As a person moves their eyes, their eye movement access specific brain locations and brain processing functions. Parts of the brain that are know to be active when we re-access memories overlap spatially, for example the auditory and visual cortex and as well the different processing functions integrate memory components to produce a full and integrated sensory experience of some memory.

By linking the full array of possible eye movements ( or a sub set ) when the client is associated into their undesired state, through eye movement sequences we intend to make all the clients neurological resources available to them to remove or neutralise all negatively charged emotional response to their problem emotional state.

This Trauma Resolution Workshop is an absolute must for Clinicians, Therapists, Counsellors, Hypnotherapists, Social Workers, Doctors, Nurses, Police and all People Helpers.

Workshop facilitator Nigel Hetherington has demonstrated and taught and demonstrated EMI at

  • Brief Therapy North East Practice Study Day
  • Change Camp
  • Newcastle Counselling Association
  • STEP training
  • Trance Cafe
  • NLP Cafe
  • NLP Practitioner Trainings
  • Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma Trainings
  • Front Line Skills – Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy Training

Next Trauma Resolution Workshop is Newcastle upon Tyne : October 16-17 2010

Who Will Want To Attend This Workshop?

This two day Trauma Resolution weekend workshop is designed for Clinicians, Therapists, Counsellors, Hypnotherapists, Social Workers, Doctors, Nurses, Police and all People Helpers who can then use these process based neurological methods to assist their clients neutralise traumatic memories and move into into much more resourceful states.

Attendee Goals and Outcomes

Having completed this workshop you will be able to implement EMI as an integral part of your own work either in isolation or as a complementary aspect of your own clinical work. You will have a structured therapy process to facilitate your clients to eliminate most psychological trauma and traumatic memories in 1-2 two hour sessions in a structured and methodical way.

The result is you will have more referrals from delighted clients and you will increase your understanding of ecological and systemic change processes. And by increasing your effectiveness, you will also be able to treat more clients in the same time more effectively.

Dates And Venue

The next EMI Workshop takes place on 16-17 October 2010 in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Saturday 9.30 am – 5.30 pm
Sunday 9.45 am – 4.00 pm

All participants will receive a full workshop manual detailing all theory and exercises.

EMI training workshop is held at The Coleman Education Centre, St Oswalds Hospice, Regent Avenue, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 1HE

The two day workshop costs £125 and has strictly limited places to ensure all participants receive all required individual attention.


To pay by cheque, please make cheques payable to Communicating Excellence and post to Communicating Excellence, PO Box 238, Morpeth, NE61 9BS

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