We are pleased that you have found your way to our website.
- Have you already heard about EMDR and wish to learn more about this method in individual sessions?
- Do you have a particular issue that you wish to work through with EMDR?
- Are you already working as a therapist and wish to participate in high quality EMDR training?
- Are you already trained in EMDR and interested in supervision and further EMDR training?
Since September 2018, the EMDR Centre London is an organisational member of the National Counselling Society, NCS, Worthing, West Sussex. The EMDR Centre London accepts National Counselling Society and National Hypnotherapy Society Registrants onto our courses.
The first EMDR Module 1 exclusively for members of our new partner National Counselling Society, NCS, takes place in London Hammersmith: 27/28 October 2018. Register here
New Training: Improving Your Skills in EMDR: 23/24 Febr 2019
A 2-day experience of practice and exposure to advanced therapy skills, resourcing techniques, and live demonstrations with Barbara Lerch and Joshua Smith. This week-end is for all EMDR practitioners with at least EMDR level Module 1. More information
Decades of therapeutic experience, the joy of working with EMDR, and the effortless integration of its versatile method into our therapy model led us to found the EMDR Training Centre Munich followed by the EMDR Centre London.
The Centre offers individual sessions in EMDR psychotherapy, supervision and high quality EMDR training courses. Our aim is to alleviate distress and suffering, to help people with traumatic experiences as well as – for therapists and coaches – to impart the application of EMDR in trauma therapy and coaching at a high level.
Over the next few pages you will find more detailed information about what we offer. Take your time reading through the information and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. You can contact us by telephone or by email.
We are always happy to respond to your queries.
Barbara Lerch, Joshua Isaac Smith and Relindis Hasse