Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) is a humanistic, process-orientated, evidence-based practice. EFT is one of the most rigorously researched forms of humanistic practice and has been shown to be efficacious in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, Complex PTSD, and trauma. This experiential training will highlight theoretical as well as practical ways of working with clients with many forms of psychological distress. Each session will provide opportunities to observe live demonstrations as well as take part in practical triad work.
Levels can be done out of sequence:
- Level 1 – 08/08/15 & 09/08/15 (Sat & Sun)
- Level 2 – 12/09/15 & 13/09/15 (Sat & Sun)
- Level 3 – 17/10/15 & 18/10/15 (Sat & Sun)
- Level 4 – 21/11/15 & 22/11/15 (Sat & Sun)
- 9.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
- Harte Felt Centre
- Level 1, 16a Toorak Road, South Yarra, 3141
- Level 1 - $385.00
- Level 2 - $385.00
- Level 3 - $385.00
- Level 4 - $385.00
Full reading pack supplied upon receipt of payment
Early bird 10% 30 days prior to start date
Pay as you go or book in and pay for all 4 levels - $1300.00
Student rate: Available on request and limited places
Limited Places: This workshop is limited to 20 people.
Catering: Morning & Afternoon Tea provided.
Please bring a plate to share for lunch. We have full kitchen facilities.
Enquiries: Melissa Harte – 0407 427 172 (mobile), email@example.com (email)
Melissa, a Doctor of Counselling Psychology and a registered psychologist, is a passionate advocate for the Person-Centred approach of Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT). Melissa is the founder of the Harte Felt Centre where she runs EFT training and supervision, and has her own successful private practice working almost exclusively within this model.
FOUR LEVELS OF EFT TRAINING
Levels can be completed out of sequence and below are the workshop content topics covered in each level.
- EFT Theory
- Introduction to Markers and Tasks
- Introducing notion of “feeling into” and resonance
- Roger’s core conditions revisited
- Attending – moment by moment
- Relational Tasks - Working Alliance
- Facilitating Arousal
- Demonstration Empathy based tasks
- Demonstration of Repossessing Problematic Experience – Systematic Evocative Unfolding
- Gendlin’s focusing
- Felt sense exercise and resonance
- Development of felt sense in practitioner and client
- Reprocessing painful and traumatic events using Focusing Model
- Focusing demonstration
- Dialectal Constructivism on the theory of change
- Enactment Tasks – empty and two chair work, conflict, self-interruptive, anxiety and depressive splits
- Demonstration of chair work
- Reprocessing Tasks
- Narrative Marker for trauma retelling
- Meaning Protest
- Contemporary Emotion Theory
- Encouraging expression of Primary Emotion
- Emotion Schemes
- Review of Tasks and Markers, interventions, meaning bridges and end states
- Case Formulation
- Clinical applications - depression, anxiety, PTSD, complex PTSD, trauma and abuse.
Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Please note the APS members can accrue Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours by participating in CPD activities that they determine to be relevant to their individual professional skills learning plans and goals. These may be self-initiated. CPD activities do not need to be endorsed by the APS.