Gray Matters Therapy Workshops provides opportunities for mental health professionals to enhance their knowledge and skills through workshops presented by experts in the field.
Easy Ego State Interventions
Robin Shapiro, LCSW
April 1-2, 2022
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CDT
Registration opening soon!
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ABOUT GRAY MATTERS
Gray Matters Therapy Workshops (GMTW) provides opportunities for mental health professionals to enhance their knowledge and skills through workshops presented by experts in the field.
GMTW was created in 2018 by Michelle Anspaugh and Susan Wulff to continue the 20 year legacy of EMDR Spring Break Workshops sponsored by Larry Nieters, who retired from sponsorship in 2018. With Larry’s blessing, we continue to bring nationally and internationally known presenters to Kansas City.
We are passionate about promoting the education, development, and networking of mental health professionals in the Kansas City area through sponsorship of exceptional workshops. In total, we have volunteered for over 15 years to help grow the local EMDR community through the sponsoring of EMDR basic trainings, creation of the first Trauma Recovery Network in Kansas City, and as part of the Greater Kansas City EMDRIA Regional Network (EMDRGKC).
Michelle Anspaugh is a member of the EMDRGKC Steering Committee and a Co-Coordinator of the Heartland KS Trauma Recovery Network. Susan is a Co-Coordinator and Steering Committee member for EMDRGKC. Michelle and Susan are both EMDRIA Certified Therapists practicing in the Kansas City area.
CE credits provided by
Advanced Issues in Working With
Complex Dissociative Disorders:
Chronic Shame, Resistance, and
(with and without EMDR)
Kathy Steele, MN, CS, APRN
EMDR Integrative Attachment
Trauma Protocol for Children (IATP-C)
Debra Wesselmann, MS, LIMHP
Cathy Schweitzer, MS, LIMHP
A Three Day EMDR Advanced
Webinar on Dissociation:
Treating Dissociative Disorders with EMDR:
The Progressive Approach
Working With Hostile Voices and Parts of the Personality in Complex Trauma
and Dissociative Disorders