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We’re often asked at Trauma Aid UK for ideas and advice about support literature and equipment for therapists setting out on the practice of EMDR.
Trauma Aid UK has a range of particularly useful publications and aids for EMDR suitable for both clinicians and clients/patients.
EMDR Clinical Supervision & Consultation Resource Pack
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Other EMDR resources including protocol pads, laminated VoCs/SUDs and the items below can be ordered directly from Ulf Jarisch at EMDR Equipment Europe with proceeds going to support the work of Trauma Aid UK.
We are always looking for original materials to sell so if you have ideas or are able to design new materials, we’d love to hear from you.
Equipment - Please note that Trauma Aid UK takes no responsibility for any choice of equipment you might make after reading this page.
Ulf Jarisch, a regular attendee at EMDR workshops and conferences across Europe with his comprehensive book stall, is the UK distributor for what many of us at EMDR find are very reliable equipment sets, with hand buzzers that don’t burn out in a couple of months, and a simple light bar which always goes down well with clients.
His equipment comes with a two-year guarantee, and can be ordered directly from EMDR Equipment Europe – go to his site for more information.
Ulf also sells EMDR support CDs, for clients to use on their own or indeed which can be used in session for bilateral stimulation in place of either hand-led eye movements or audio/tactile.