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Family violence remains a critical issue in 2024, affecting individuals and communities worldwide. This pervasive problem encompasses a range of abusive behaviours, including physical, emotional, and psychological harm within family dynamics.

We invite you to join us for our EMDRAA Professional Development Day ‘Responding to Family Violence’ – Complex Cases. Our professional day event aims to spotlight the intersection of family violence and EMDR therapy. The day will feature presentations from members of our EMDR community, each including a case study and allocated time for questions.

  • Date: Saturday 7 September 2024
  • Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm
  • Login: Delivered via Zoom


Would you like to present?

If you are interested in presenting to members on EMDR and family violence at that this event please view the submission guidelines and submit your EOI to The deadline for submission is Sunday, 28 July 2024.


  • The recording will be available through the Humanitix Virtual Event Hub, after the event for on-demand watching
  • We will have breaks through the day to reset and recharge.
  • Tell us your access needs when you register
  • We use Zoom
  • Closed captioning will be available
  • You will need a computer, tablet or smartphone that has an internet connection.


  • The program will be released at the end of August 2024
  • We will make slides and materials available through the Virtual event hub.
  • This professional development day will provide up to 8 hours of EMDR CPD.


Any questions?

Please email Lauren at
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Event Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors,  Mangrove Inspired and EMDR Kit for supporting this event.


Please view their brochures below:


Event Sponsors Offerings
Mangrove Inspired

Mangrove Inspired are offering a discount on products until 30 September 2024 – please use the code EMDRAADV at checkout. Mangrove Solutions will be donating a percentage of these sales to Jenny’s Place, a non-for-profit community based service established in Newcastle. Jenny’s Place offers a range of services to women and children. is excited to offer a special 30-day free trial for Professional Development Day attendees via this link.  For every signup, will donate $30AUD to the GO Foundation, an Australian charity that creates space for Indigenous students to unlock the power of their identity and culture while at school and university.