About EMDR Singapore
The EMDR Association of Singapore was first set up in 2010 to promote and advocate for the broader inclusion of EMDR therapy developed by Francine Shapiro in 1987, in the mental health field. Today, EMDR Therapy is recognised by leading mental health organizations throughout the world, as an extensively empirically-researched, integrative psychotherapy approach that has been proven effective for the treatment of trauma.

The association is dedicated to seek the highest standard for the clinical use of EMDR therapy by supporting EMDR practitioners through organizing quality trainings, providing professional certification, as well as by facilitating peer-learning groups to foster sharing of best practices among practitioners. We also hope to encourage efforts in research of EMDR.

We also seek to advocate for the inclusion of the EMDR therapy in the mental health field by educating mental health professionals on this widely researched and highly useful psycho-therapeutic tool. We also desire to enhance public awareness of EMDR’s treatment efficacy through providing information and education about the therapy.

About EMDR Singapore
The EMDR Association of Singapore was first set up in 2010 to promote and advocate for the broader inclusion of EMDR therapy developed by Francine Shapiro in 1987, in the mental health field. Today, EMDR Therapy is recognised by leading mental health organizations throughout the world, as an extensively empirically-researched, integrative psychotherapy approach that has been proven effective for the treatment of trauma.

The association is dedicated to seek the highest standard for the clinical use of EMDR therapy by supporting EMDR practitioners through organizing quality trainings, providing professional certification, as well as by facilitating peer-learning groups to foster sharing of best practices among practitioners. We also hope to encourage efforts in research of EMDR.

We also seek to advocate for the inclusion of the EMDR therapy in the mental health field by educating mental health professionals on this widely researched and highly useful psycho-therapeutic tool. We also desire to enhance public awareness of EMDR’s treatment efficacy through providing information and education about the therapy.

2018-2020 Committee
Our Executive Committee
Vera
Handojo
(President)
Francisca
Chiang
(Vice-President)
Dr. Shirley
Low
(Hon. Secretary)
Pamela
Koh
(Hon. Assistant Secretary)
Grace
Phoon
(Treasurer)
Sue Anne
Nummela
(Assistant Treasurer)
Committee Members
Linda Koh
Dr. Matthew Woo
Ip Lee Lee
Reena Goenka
Lena Teo
Michelle Soliano
Auditors
Carol Goh
Wang Yi Shing