Category: Regulars

This is the listing page for all Regulars articles from the Autumn 2023 Edition

Update from the Equality Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Autumn 2023

Heena Chudasama shares some of the EDI committee initiatives and progress this quarter.

Beverly Coghlan

A note from the Editor

Autumn 2023

Beverly summarises the contributions in this issue.

Climate change resources

Autumn 2023

Resources to help build knowledge in this area and support you as therapists.

Update from the Climate Change SIG

Autumn 2023

Using our collective power The Climate Minds Coalition  The SIG has been busy linking in with an emerging coalition of mental health organisations representing practitioners, called The Climate Minds Coalition. The purpose of this coalition is to amplify our united professional voice towards UK policymakers, parliamentarians, the media and the public on the climate emergency […]

books on shelves

Research News

Autumn 2023

EMDR publications database The EMDR Publications Database has been developed collaboratively using the expertise of the Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) and is provided as a free resource for Association members. Almost 600 members have signed up so far, and hopefully as reports of its usefulness spread, more of you will use […]

Update from the EMDR and Pain SIG 

Autumn 2023

In 2022, a long dormant EMDR and Pain SIG was re-ignited, and I’m pleased to say we now have over 160 EMDR therapists on the mailing list for our group. We have a mixture of experiences in the group, from those new to using EMDR with pain, to group members who have been working in […]

Advancing EMDR research and practice: Reflections and the future

Autumn 2023

As Ben Wright stands down as Chair of the Scientific Committee, he reviews the achievements of the committee and outlines the strategic vision for the Association for the next few years.

Enabling with the Lionesses 

Autumn 2023

In his regular column, Robin Logie reveals his interest in women's football and shows how the compassionate leadership of The Lionesses' coach can be an example for EMDR supervisors.