Harmony Hearth Center For Wisdom

Kriss Jarecki, LCSWR

Kriss has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1987. She is a consultant and trainer for Progressive Counting and EMDR and an advanced training provider. Kriss currently serves on the EMDR International Association Board of Directors and was a member of the EMDRIA Standards and Training Committee for four years. She served as a co-regional coordinator for the WNY EMDR Regional Network for 10 years, worked for 7 years as a field instructor for the UB School of Social Work, and has over ten years of experience as a clinician and supervisor in the field of chemical dependency. Kriss currently has a private practice serving teens through adults and treats challenges such as PTSD, self-injurious behaviors, depression, anxiety, phobias, and adjustment issues. She has published articles in the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, Traumatology, and Counseling and Psychotherapy Research. Kriss also provides several trauma related trainings such as Integrating Neuroscientific Interventions in Trauma Treatment, A Tour of Trauma Sensitive Techniques for the EMDR Practitioner, IFS Meets EMDR, and Journey of the LGBTQ+ Community from Trauma to Triumph.  Kriss presented “From Trauma to Triumph: Journey to Resiliency in the Community of Those with a Disability at the EMDR Canada 2022 conference and the EMDR International Association 2022 conference. You can email Kriss at harmonyhearth64@gmail.com. For a list of upcoming trainings go to harmonyhearthwisdom.com   


Her book, Say That Again: A Smorgasbord of Suggestions, Sayings, and Scripts for the EMDR Practitioner was published on August 17, 2022. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/say-that-again

EMDR Canadaa 2023 Annual Conference

Author: Say That Again! A Smorgasbord of suggestions, Sayings and Scripts for the EMDR Practitioner


Presentation on July 6, 2021 Through Mentally Fit

Sharpening the Focus: Viewing EMDR Through a Trauma Informed Lens

Family Service Completes Trauma Training

Spotting the Underlying Wounds

"How We Digest Experiences" Trauma Info Night at St. Bonaventure University