Welcome to EETC Registration! We have designed this process to be as simple and streamlined as possible. To begin, click on the Registration Information link below.

If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us directly. We are always happy to help!

Registration Information

Before submitting your application for Basic Training, please read through this helpful Registration Information page. We hope that it will answer many of your questions, and guide you through the application process.

Registration Application

The Registration Application allows you to tell us a little about yourself, upload required and supplemental documents, and select a payment option for the training.

Participant Agreement

As part of the registration process, the Participant Agreement is an important outline of expectations and parameters that help make our trainings a success.

Continuing Education Credits

Basic Training in EMDR Therapy at EETC is approved for 58 continuing education credits through the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) and R. Cassidy Seminars, which helps facilitate the continuing education credit process.

Pre-Licensed Eligibility & Discount Instructions

The Pre-Licensed discount is intended for clinicians who are not yet licensed for independent practice and are working toward licensure in a supervised clinical setting.

Nonprofit Eligibility & Discount Form

The nonprofit agency discount is intended for clinicians employed full-time in small, community nonprofit agencies.

Transfer Agreement

Participants who are unable to complete a training in which they are currently registered, may request a transfer to a future EETC Basic Training program.

Agency Request for Proposal

The EMDR Education and Training Center can provide Basic Training in EMDR Therapy at your location and on dates that work for your organization.

Pre-Training Reading List

The Pre-Training Reading List provides participants with textbook information for Basic Training, as well as the required reading to be completed prior to the first training weekend.