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Sue provides:

Quality, Expertise, Innovation


Thousands of EMDR hours

Hundreds of EMDR Therapists trained

33 years in the Mental Health field

18 years in Somatic and Mindfulness Therapies

20-40 hours more than any EMDR basic training in the world

Expert Consultants

Protocols in Several Languages

Master the Float back / Affect Bridge (Unique to Sue’s basic)

Canadian Guidelines, Tips, and Strategies for ONLINE EMDR

Canadian Informed Training

Audit future basic and advanced trainings at a discount

Free Follow workshop on how to integrate EMDR into your practice

Special Populations Include: children, phobia, addictions, pain, couples, pre natal trauma, recent events, corrections, future anticipated events, online EMDR, and complex trauma

100% Canadian Quality

Diversity Nurturing Environment

All diversity of humanity is welcome and celebrated in Sue’s trainings.


Advantages of a 2 Session Training or 5.5 + Follow Up Days Training:

Trainee comment:

“After completing the comprehensive EMDR training with Sue Genest, I wondered how anyone could learn ALL this information in 5 days. I was previously signed up for a 5 day EMDR intensive training. It now seems that it would be almost impossible to retain this amount of information all at once. With the comprehensive there was more opportunity to sit, discuss, practice, and learn and even create wonderful colleague connections. Sue’s online portal that is used in between sessions, provides great consultation, effective learning, and such a huge amount of resources. The chance to practice between sessions and then return to have even more intense learning experience helps me to now feel all the more competent and ethical in EMDR treatment. I feel that in the end this will make for more positive outcomes with clients.” DA 2020


“I found Sue’s basic training to be extremely informative and comprehensive that allowed me to grow into a confident EMDR therapist. Sue’s extensive knowledge and expertise in trauma and the use of EMDR is truly impressive. Her warm and engaging presence created a learning atmosphere that allowed me to ask questions freely which expanded my capacity to become a trauma therapist. Sue is committed to her trainee’s and I have found my strengths as an EDMR therapist through her guidance. I highly recommend any therapist who is considering taking EMDR basic training to obtain this training with Sue” March 2020



Sue’s EMDR Basic Training & Coronavirus

As the Coronavirus and fears expand around the world (beyond the originally concerning countries), it is very important that you respect the following guide to keep us all healthy and to keep risks low in Canada.


1) If you are symptomatic, DO NOT attend the basic training. Symptoms include: coughing, sneezing, sore throat, fever, and difficulty breathing. If you have a flu or cold, do not attend the training. You can make an arrangement with me directly to attend a training at a later date.


2) If you have travelled outside Canada within 3 weeks / 21 days of the training, you must not attend if you have had any symptoms listed above during this time. If you have travelled outside Canada within 14 days of the training you must have a doctors note showing you test negative for the Coronavirus.

** I encourage you to have travel insurance if you are flying or travelling by any public means in case Canada or your airline changes policy and makes it impossible for you to get to the training. 


You can obtain current health information from the following site:
If you are attending, please continue with the recommendations below.
ON site, we will be working to be sure best sanitary practices are followed.


How to Reduce the Risk of Illness
COVID-19 is spread like the flu, so we can help ourselves and each other by:
· Properly washing our hands for 20-30 seconds – this video shows
· If you can’t get to a sink, use an antiseptic gel, thoroughly
clean your hands, and let them air dry.
· Don’t touch your face and then touch surfaces – wash your hands
· Don’t sneeze or cough into the open air.  If you have to sneeze
or cough, do it into the crook of your arm or a tissue and dispose the tissue.
· Because germs rest on things, minimize touching commonly used
surfaces.  If you must touch a surface (like dialing a conference call), consider using your knuckle instead of fingers
· Let’s avoid shaking hands, or hugs, for a while.  That may sound
extreme but it’s a good way to reduce the spread of germs.
· Most importantly, if you are sick – stay home.