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WeMind is out of The Netherlands and was developed to find the optimal taxation of clients' working memory to keep clients within their window of tolerance (I have had great success with clients who have complex trauma with this program). Full disclosure: I have partnered with them to provide a discount to training participants/consultees/colleagues and as an affiliate partner, I receive financial benefit for registration through this link: They have a free 14-day trial if you're interested in checking it out.

EMDRIA Anti-Racism Resources

Black Americans, Indigenous Americans, Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Americans, LGBTQIA, those with disabilities, and other underrepresented communities benefit when people with more privilege listen, learn, and actively act against systemic oppression. These resources are an invitation to examine the societal trends, hierarchies, privileges, and erasures during various times and places in history. They are also an invitation to recognize the current need to have honest conversations about race, culture, and intersectionality in all contexts.

Although it feels overwhelming to make a difference against systemic racism and oppression, that is what many trauma therapists signed up to do. EMDR therapists look to see how EMDR can heal trauma, mend divides, raise awareness, and advocate for those who need it most. EMDRIA has collected antiracist resources that may be helpful on this journey of learning, UNlearning, and growing. EMDRIA wants to become better listeners and active advocates as they empower us to dismantle systems of racism and oppression.

EMDRIA Anti-Racism Resource link includes books, articles, videos, podcasts, documentaries, organizations and trainings designed by category for children, teens adults and mental health professionals.

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