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Therapists often find themselves overwhelmed with challenging cases and feel “stuck” not knowing why the client’s trauma “just won’t move,” or baffled by why a client destabilizes in between sessions.

Sarah Jenkins facilitates online Monthly Complex Trauma Consultation Groups, which are focused on increasing therapists’ confidence in working with complex trauma and dissociation, and on addressing any clinical impasses that are impacting treatment. Consultees discover how to address blocks to treatment and how to get “unstuck” in their work with clients.


As a DBR Consultant-In-Training, Sarah coordinated with the creator of DBR Therapy, Dr. Frank Corrigan, to bring the DBR Levels 1, 2, and 3 to trauma therapists located in the Southwest region of the US. Sarah also continues to offer Consultation in DBR Therapy for DBR Therapy Practitioners practicing in and outside of the US.

Frequently-Asked Questions about Consultations

Yes, I can provide these types of consultation, but my availability is very limited. Those who are seeking EMDR Certification hours are more likely to be referred to an EMDRIA Approved Consultant In Training (CIT) that I may be in the process of providing consultation for.

Complex Trauma Consultation groups are especially focused on increasing clients in working with complex trauma. These groups meet online, on a monthly basis, for a maximum of two hours per group, with a varied schedule. Consultees have the opportunity to staff and discuss challenging cases for increased support, as well as increased skill building. Consultees are asked to commit to a minimum of six months to support the cohesiveness of the group.

These consultations do not count towards EMDR Certification. Consultation is solely to support your clinical growth, is not evaluative, nor is it supervisory in nature.

Yes. If we have been in contact with each other and agreed to move forwards, you would be invited to complete the consultation agreement form found here.