Based on a decades of research, EFT is an empirically supported humanistic treatment that develops and integrates Person-Centered Therapy and Gestalt Therapy within a powerful, contemporary theory of emotion. Read more about Emotion-Focused Therapy.
This intensive 4-day workshop provides participants with a solid grounding in the skills required to work more directly with emotions in psychotherapy. The focus of the program will be experiential, learning how to provide a change in core emotional structures. Participants receive in-depth skill training through a combination of brief lectures, video demonstrations, live modeling, case discussions, and extensive supervised role-playing practice.
- Day 1: Friday, October 29, 2021 (9am to 4:30pm CST)
- Day 2: Saturday, October 30, 2021 (9am to 4:30pm CST)
- Day 3: Friday, November 5, 2021 (9am to 4:30pm CST)
- Day 4: Saturday, November 6, 2021 (9am to 4:30pm CST)
Location: On-Line via Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the start of the workshop.
Trainer: Dr. Rhonda Goldman, cofounder of EFT. GETME’s own Tom Kubasik, LCPC, will be one of the assistant trainers.
Fifteen 3-hour meetings from September to December, 2021. This course will introduce participants to EFT’s emotion theory & process diagnosis, empathic attunement, empathic reflecting, empathic exploration, experiential presence, and the first steps of process guiding. Clinicians will train in a suite of humanistic and neo-humanistic interventions for accessing and processing emotion. This training does not include EFT’s “tasks” (i.e., “chair work”) which is covered in EFT Level 1. There will be focused experiential practice sessions each meeting. Instructor: Tom Kubasik, LCPC.
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