EMDR Basic Training Part I & II
2025 Registration & Participation Agreement
With Elizabeth Legg, PhD, LPC, NCC
The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center, PLLC
Location of Training:
8400 N Alcott St, Westminster, CO 80031

Fees: $1500 total payable in full or in 4 installments: 

- $375 deposit to register 

- $375 due 30 days prior to Part I 

- $375 for the 10 hours of consultation due two weeks after Part I training  

- $375 due two weeks prior to Part II 

Cancellation policy:

If you cancel 30-days or more before the first training day, then you will receive a full refund minus a $50 administrative fee.  If you cancel your registration 29-days or less before the first training day, then the deposit and Payment 2 are forfeited.  Any additional amound paid will be refunded.

Transfer policy:

We do know that emergencies and unexpected events do happen, so we will allow people to transfer their payment to another cohort within the following guidelines:

- Transfer to a different cohort 30-days or more before the first training day of your original cohort date = $50 administrative fee

- Transfer to a different cohort 29-days to 14-days before the first training day of your original cohort date = $100 administrative fee

- Transfer to a different cohort 13-days or less before the first training day of your original cohort date = $300 administrative fee

- Transfer to a different after already starting the cohort you originally registered for = $300 administrative fee

Participation Agreement

Please read in full this agreement to ensure you understand all the virtual EMDR basic training requirements, expectations, and how to prepare yourself for the training.



The EMDR Training includes Part I and Part II, each of which are three-day training sessions, as well as 10 hours of consultation on EMDR Therapy, and required reading (which includes the following: 1) Shapiro, Francine. (2018). Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Third Edition: Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures. New York: Guildford Press (which needs to be purchased by the participant), 2) a 2020 issue of Go With That Magazine about EMDR & Racial Trauma, and 3) Guidelines for Virtual EMDR Therapy). This EMDR training is EMDRIA-Approved.

To receive APA and NBCC CE Certificate for Part I training, you must 1) be present for the entire 3 days, and 2) complete the Assessment (post-test) with a score of 80% or higher.  These are the same requirements for Part II training.

To receive ASWB-ACE CE Certificate for Part I and II training, you must 1) be present for the entire 6 days, and 2) complete the Assessment (post-test) for both parts with a score of 80% or higher. 

You must complete Part I training to advance to Part II training.

To complete the training and receive a Certificate of Completion of this EMDRIA-Approved EMDR Basic Training, you are required to attend and complete in full both the Parts I and II training sessions. Please be sure that when you register for the training, you are able to attend the entire training and have those times protected in your calendar. You must be online (with Zoom) and on the screen for the entire training. If you need to miss any parts of the training, then you will be required to transfer to a new training cohort and pay a transfer fee.

Ten hours of group consultation are required to complete the EMDR Basic Training. These consultation groups are included in your total cost.

You will sign up for your groups before Part I begins. If you need to reschedule one or more of the groups for which you are registered, you may be required to pay an additional fee to transfer to another consultation group beyond those available for your training cohort.


During the Part I and Part II training sessions, you will be required to participate in real practice sessions of the EMDR therapy standard protocol with fellow participants, both as clients and as therapists, during which facilitators will be providing support and guidance. As clients, you will select a mildly distressing life experience to focus on and experience the EMDR therapy standard protocol facilitated from fellow training participants. Caution: For participants with untreated trauma histories, there is a possibility that this training may tap into unconsciously held (and previously unknown), highly charged trauma material. If you have had traumatic experiences or a diagnosis that causes you to be concerned about participating in this part of the training at this time, please contact us at emdr@TheRoadLessTraveledCounseling.com before registering so we can discuss your situation and offer support as you consider whether it is the right time for you to participate in this training.



Training participants must complete the entire training within 12 months from their initial start date. Training participants will be offered the available resources and capacity for training completion. In the event of a humanitarian crisis (illness, injury, death, etc.), trainers must have a policy in place that addresses and facilitates the training participant’s ability to complete the training.


The required reading for the virtual EMDR basic training includes the following materials:

1) Shapiro, Francine. (2018). Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Third Edition: Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures. New York: Guildford Press;

2) Go With That Magazine Fall 2020, Volume 25, Issue 3 [EMDR & Racial Trauma] - 

3) Guidelines for Virtual EMDR Therapy (Spring 2020). 



Please ensure that you are eligible to attend this training by clicking this link and reviewing the requirements: https://www.emdria.org/eligibility-requirements-for-emdr-training/


You have voluntarily chosen to attend the Virtual EMDR Basic Training (Parts I and II) (“Training”). This Training includes Part I (3-days) and Part II (3-days), each of which are online live training sessions and practicums, as well as an additional 10 hours of consultation on EMDR Therapy (for which you will sign up prior to the Part I training session) that begin after the Part I training session and end after the Part II training session, and required reading (see Training and Consultations section above to review required reading). This EMDR training is EMDRIA-Approved.

During the Training you may feel activated by client stories or when considering one's own traumatic experiences. If you are at all concerned about such side effects or reactions, you should consult your own physician or therapist to determine if this Training would be appropriate for you.

In consideration of your attendance at the Training, you hereby agree to release, indemnify, and hold harmless the Company putting on the Training (The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center or TRLTCC), its owners, hired trainers, and your fellow attendees at the Training, from any and all liability occurring during and after your attendance at the Training. In particular, you acknowledge that you will not hold the Company liable for any expenses, bodily, mental or personal injuries that you sustain as a result of your attendance at or participation in the Training. Furthermore, you acknowledge that you are aware of and understand that your attendance and/or participation in the Training entails certain anticipated and unanticipated risks, and you assume all risks associated therewith as your responsibility.

The terms and conditions of this Participant Waiver shall be legally binding upon the undersigned and their respective estate, representatives, and assigns. I hereby acknowledge my voluntary and informed assumption of full responsibility and liability regarding any injuries that I may incur coincident to my participation in this Training. I hereby assume any and all risks associated with the Training and expressly waive, release, discharge and hold harmless TRLTCC, its owners, hired trainers, and my fellow attendees, from and against any and all expenses, property damage, and/or injuries sustained that arise out of, in association with, or related in any way to my participation in this Training.

This training and information by www.TheRoadLessTraveledCounseling.com and The Road Less Traveled Learning Management System  is sold on the understanding that the creator (Elizabeth Legg) and other trainers and contributors quoted in the material or presented in the trainings are opinions expressed solely of the presenter. 

Nothing in this online course/training should be considered legal, medical or ethical advice or as a substitute for consultation with a qualified attorney, medical doctor or your State Licensing Board regulations. If you are in need of a legal consult, your liability insurer or professional association may offer useful free resources. If you are in need of a medical consult regarding somatic manifestations of psychological symptoms or other topics, then contact a physician for a consult or refer your client to a medical doctor. If you are in need of understanding the regulations regarding providing online/remote therapy or these protocols and procedures learned in the course, then contact your lawyer and/or State Licensing Board.

The information presented by TRLTCC or any contributors, to the best of our knowledge, are accurate at the time of course publication. However, we assume no responsibility for errors, omissions, or changes in requirements. Legal, ethical, medical, clinical, and cultural standards can change quickly, and it is ultimately the responsibility of each individual therapist to remain current.

Any application of the techniques, ideas and suggestions in these courses, trainings, emails or website (www.TheRoadLessTraveledCounseling.com) is at the reader’s, buyer's and member's sole discretion and risk. Elizabeth Legg, TRLTCC and other contributors, trainers and consultants will not be held liable, nor be responsible to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused, or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by the use, application or reliance upon any information contained in these courses, trainings, emails, services provided or website.

All therapists, NGO workers and others trained by The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center, as well as any person receiving services from a person trained by TRLTCC or contracting with TRLTCC agree that TRLTCC and Elizabeth Legg are not legally liable or responsible for the actions of these persons. All people trained by TRLTCC or providing services through a contract with TRLTCC are legally liable and responsible for their actions and services provided under their own individual and business malpractice and professional liability insurance. TRLTCC will not be held responsible for the services provided and actions of individuals. 


All rights reserved. www.TheRoadLessTraveledCounseling.com and all information, emails, trainings and courses included may not be reproduced in whole or part, stored, posted on the internet, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or other, without written permission from the creator of this program, Elizabeth Legg at www.TheRoadLessTraveledCounseling.com.


We will be recording the live training sessions. Participants will be required to keep their video on during the Training, so it is vital that participants present on video with professionalism and awareness. The participant is responsible for their voice and appearance during this time, knowing that it will be recorded and potentially shared with others. 

This means that it’s possible that a participant’s voice, video or image may be seen in the video during the training. If participants ask a question during the training, their question and Elizabeth Legg's answer may be incorporated into online training videos to help other clinicians who may have the same or similar questions.


The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center and Elizabeth Legg are fully committed to conducting all activities in strict conformation with the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), the American Psychological Association (APA), American Counseling Association (ACA), National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), and EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) grievance procedures as well as with all legal and ethical responsibilities of those organizations. We are committed to transparent, respectful, fair, and non-discriminatory promotional activities, program content and in the treatment of program participants. The monitoring and assessment of compliance with these standards will be the responsibility of the The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center.


While The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center goes to great lengths to assure fair treatment for all participants and attempts to anticipate areas of concern, there will be occasional issues which come to our attention, requiring intervention and/or action on the part of The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center. During a training, should a concern arise for any participant, Elizabeth Legg, The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center, and our advisory committee are invested in addressing those concerns in a timely, thoughtful and respectful manner, to include changing practice partners, addressing staff or facility issues, improving course content, etc. All grievances (including complaints about course content, speakers, facilities, and nonreceipt of certificates, as well as refund requests and other miscellaneous occurrences) are reviewed and addressed by our advisory committee, which is made up of Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers. 


Our advisory committee can be found HERE in the Training Team section of the page. Our committee will make every effort possible to include the most appropriate member(s) of the advisory committee in the response to any grievance in such a way as to lessen the risk of bias and involvement in multiple roles, while increasing the opportunities for problem resolution, strengthen decisions regarding such complaints, and to maximize objectivity. The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center’s approach to resolving grievances is always from the perspective of what is in the best interest of the participant. 

All complaints and grievances are reviewed within 5 working days. Formal grievances are required to be written and emailed to grievance@theroadlesstraveledcounseling.com and will be responded to within 10 business days. If The Road Less Traveled Counseling Center is am unable to resolve your complaint to your satisfaction, you have the right to file a grievance with the Mental Health Licensing Section of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA): 1560 Broadway Street, Suite 1350, Denver, CO 80202; 303-894-7800.

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