Qualifying graduate students must be enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral program in the mental health field (Counseling, Marriage Family Therapy, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Psychiatry, Psychiatric Nursing, Social Work) or related mental health discipline considered appropriate by EMDRIA. Students must have completed their core graduate academic coursework and must be in the practicum/internship portion of their graduate program. First year graduate students are not eligible. Graduate students must be on a licensing track and working under the supervision of a fully licensed mental health clinician.
Graduate students who are enrolled in a Master’s program in one of the following fields must submit their graduate course transcript to EMDRIA to determine their eligibility: Art Therapy, Christian/Pastoral Counseling, Drug/Alcohol Counseling, and Music Therapy.
Students who would like to take the an EMDR Training will need to submit the following documentation to determine eligibility for registering for an EMDRIA Approved EMDR Training: graduate transcript, practicum or internship hours, and a letter from their current supervisor which includes the supervisor’s degree information, licensure information and license number.
EMDRIA reserves the right to refuse those individuals who do not meet the required guidelines for consideration.