9:30am to 4:00pm

Saturday 12 November 2022

Livestreamed online

Please note that this event is only open to accredited EMDR Europe Consultants and not to Consultants-in-training.

6 CPD Points approved by the Accreditation Committee.


In the first part of the day, the Accreditation Committee will be available to discuss and answer issues in relation to the accreditation process.

The rest of the day will be devoted to a workshop entitled, Brush up your EMDR supervision skills to be presented by Robin Logie.

The Workshop will not be recorded because it might include sharing of confidential information and a recording could make it impossible to ascertain who might subsequently see the recording.

In addition, the workshop will involve participation and the opportunity to interact, ask questions and use small group exercises.

Thus watching a recording could not count towards any CPD points awarded by the EMDR Association Accreditation Committee in due course.

Brush up your EMDR supervision skills

Relevant to experienced Consultants and newbie supervisors alike, this practical skills-based workshop will enable participants to take a closer look at what is happening in the EMDR supervision process and how this relates to our own practice.

Robin will attempt to practice what he preaches in this workshop by telling stories about his own work; in particular, where he made mistakes in both therapy and supervision and what both he and his supervisees can learn from these mistakes.

Robin will start by outlining some useful ways of conceptualising the process of EMDR supervision. These ideas will immediately be applied in small breakout groups in which participants will experiment with supervising each other on a current client and discussing and understanding what has occurred during this session.

The workshop will examine group supervision and Robin will outline his own EMDR-informed model for group supervision.

Finally, the workshop will look at how things can become unstuck in supervision. Robin will outline some useful ideas, for example, about ‘rupture and repair’, trust, power and the importance of feedback. We will then be ready to consider some of the workshop participants’ own dilemmas and issues and find some ways to resolve these.


Dr Robin Logie is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice who works with both adults and children. He trained in EMDR in 1996. He is an EMDR Europe accredited Consultant and Trainer.

Robin was on the Board of the EMDR Association UK and was its President for three years. During this time, he was on the steering committee for two international EMDR conferences and he opened the 2014 EMDR Europe conference in Edinburgh in the presence of Francine Shapiro. He is currently a member of the Accreditation Committees for the EMDR Associations in both the UK and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Robin has presented on the topic of EMDR supervision at the EMDR Europe conference in The Hague, also to members of the Belgian EMDR Association and spoke on this topic as a keynote speaker at this year’s annual conference of the German EMDR Association. He has taught on EMDR Consultants Trainings and will be running such trainings himself in the UK from 2022. He is currently writing a book on EMDR supervision to be published by Routledge.

Robin has a specific interest in using EMDR for OCD and, in particular, the Flashforward procedure on which he published a seminal paper together with Ad de Jongh in 2014. Robin has extensive experience of using the storytelling approach with children and adolescents and has co-authored a book on this topic on which he also presented at this year’s EMDR Europe conference in Valencia. He is a member of a research team at Manchester University, evaluating EMDR in the treatment of psychosis.

Robin is the treasurer of Trauma Aid UK.


This event is generously sponsored by the EMDR Association and is free to all participants. However, it is a fundraising event for Trauma Aid UK and a donation of £80 to Trauma Aid UK is recommended.

Please complete the form below to register for the event.

Shiraz Farrand

President of Trauma Aid UK

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