Sian Morgan

Sian Morgan (3/9/55-25/4/22) was a BACP and BABCP Accredited psychotherapist who practised in Brighton & Hove for over 25 years. She trained in humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural approaches and integrated EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing) into her work in 1999. For around 15 years she was a Consultant in EMDR and provided supervision in EMDR and facilitated at EMDR trainings in the UK.

As an EMDR Europe Accredited Trainer, most of her work focused on providing EMDR Training in Bosnia and the Middle East for Trauma Aid UK of which she was the founder (in 2009) and President. This is a charity associated with EMDR National and International Associations to provide training pro bono in countries affected by conflict or natural disaster. She also offered some in-house training for NHS Trusts and one open EMDR course per year in Brighton & Hove.

She wrote a number of articles for Therapy Today, including “EMDR Comes of Age” (2006) and “When the War is Over” (2013) about her work in Bosnia. Sian also presented on EMDR at national and international conferences.

Sian was a wonderful colleague and trainer, known for her gentle voice, her compassion and kindness, and she is deeply missed here at Brighton Therapy Partnership, as well as amongst her colleagues within the local, national, and international EMDR community. We are all thankful to have met her and known her. Her loss was sudden and remains unfathomable. May her journey forward be as gentle and kind as she was.

3rd March 2018

3rd March 2018

Past Events with Sian Morgan

EMDR – The Breakthrough Therapy

Testimonials for Sian Morgan’s training

Really good presentation, clear and informative, and has made me want to know more about EMDR training.

Charismatic, hugely knowledgeable, excellent speaker.

Sian is approachable and real. Very easy to listen to.

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