Dr. Arne Hofmann MD, is specialist for psychosomatic and internal medicine, founder of the EMDR-Institute Germany and one of the heads of an EMDR trauma hospital in Wesseling Germany). He learned EMDR in 1991 from Francine Shapiro and is co-founding board member of EMDR Europe and a member of the German national guideline commission on the treatment of PTSD. He is teaching, researching and publishing in the field of psychological trauma, depression and has been teaching at the Universities of Cologne, Boston University and Peking University. In 2010 he co-founded the
European EDEN research group that has up to now co-published 5 controlled studies that have shown that EMDR is highly effective in the treatment of depression. For his work has received several awards and the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Suzy Matthijssen, PhD, is a clinical psychologist-psychotherapist, senior researcher, supervisor in cognitive behavioral therapy and EMDR, psychotraumatherapist NtVP, NRGD registered pro justice reporter, EFT therapist and she is a lecturer at university and postdoctorate psychology specialization programs. She is the vice president of the Dutch EMDR association. The focus of the research she conducts is on the optimization of trauma treatments. She is the director of the Altrecht Academic Anxiety Centre where she is also head of an intensive trauma treatment program. She is connected to Utrecht University.
Delivery: English version Video on Demand
Duration: 2 hrs
VEN: 2 points