Connecting the Dots

Have you ever wondered how you could improve your success using EMDR therapy?  Have you considered how early exposure to events created neural links or pathways that seemingly drove people to subconsciously repeat the same poor choices or patterns of behaviors?  Have you been able to connect the dots between these events, presenting symptoms, and understand how to target them for reprocessing?  This program is not about learning to ask clients about traumatic events and targeting them, but really conceptualizing how clients got to where they are at by reverse engineering their life’s path of events.  In this program you will learn how to reverse engineer and connect the dots in an in depth manner to improve your therapeutic success rates and clients’ successful outcomes.  You will be able to understand the neural biological impact of trauma on the brain’s development that leads to choices, underlying beliefs, patterns of symptoms and behaviors, how to develop a target sequence of events and learn in what order to target them to ensure your clients successful reprocessing of events, decrease in symptoms, and improve their overall functioning. 

This Program has been approved for 12 EMDRIA credits.  Attendance at both days is required to receive credits and certificate of completion.    Dr. Morrissey maintains responsibility for this program and its contents in accordance with EMDRIA requirements.

Location: Virtually Attend from the comfort of your home or office.

Fees: $350 and 12 EMDRIA Credits 

Dates/Times: 2021 dates coming soon.


Dr Michelle Morrissey  Dr Michelle Morrissey is a Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist, the co-owner of The Morrissey Institute, LLC and an expert in the field of trauma.  She specializes in EMDR therapy to treat TBI’s, Depression/Anxiety, PTSD, and Sexual trauma.  An EMDRIA approved extra credit provider (program developer for this program and EMDR & TBI’s), EMDRIA approved basic EMDR training provider, EMDRIA approved consultant.  In 2013, she was published in the Journal of EMDR Practice & Research.  In 2016, she was an EMDR dissertation grant recipient and her dissertation was on EMDR-IGTP for vicarious trauma among first responders.  She was nominated by Northcentral University’s MFT program director to be a Doctoral-Level Apprentice Reviewer for the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.