Dr. Chandra Nagireddy       chandra@emdrtrainingacademy.com                                   Cell: 719-761-4444                   Fax: 719-550-4100

Participant Requirements


  • This “Virtual Basic EMDR Training” is methodologically rigorous and clinically intensive
  • All the training and consultations are conducted through ZOOM video conference utilizing Break-Out Rooms & Chat features built into it
  • All the 10-Days of the training are conducted LIVE from 9 am-6pm (Mountain Time) 
  • Participants are expected to participate in 90-Minute long sessions with 15-minute breaks in between with a 1-Hour lunch break from 1 PM to 2 PM on all days
  • Time Commitment
    • This Training is TEN Day-Long, stretched over a minimum of 12 weeks on 6-7 weekends
    • Participants are required to implement EMDR therapy with  their “client” partner in their Dyads starting the second weekend with concurrent support and consultation lasting through the next ten weeks
    • This will require additional 4 hours/week to implement all the protocols and procedures of EMDR Therapy in their Dyads- 2 hours as a client and 2 hours as a therapist (40 hours over the course of the training)
    • Participants need a set-up to conduct virtual EMDR Therapy sessions for the practice sessions during the training and in their concurrent practice between the training sessions. See the YouTube Video below demonstrating the same
  • Resource Requirements
    • Participants will need Computer/Tablet equipped with high quality webcam, microphone, and speaker
    • Participants will need stable High-Speed Internet Service (Recommend 80-100 Mbps) in order to have high quality audio-visual experience in ZOOM video conference lasting all day.  You can check the speed of your internet service from speedtest.net from Ookla.
    • Participants will also need secure space in their home/office without any distractions to participate in video conference for the entire day
  • Completion of the training is contingent on passing a multiple-choice test provided by the EMDR International Association.