Next Core Skills Training Starts in September

If you’ve been waiting for the next advanced training, your wait is almost over. Here are the dates:

Session 1 – September 14 & 15, 2012

Session 2 – November 30 & December 1, 2012

Session 3 – January 25 & 26, 2013

Session 4 – March 22 & 23, 2013

Core Skills is advanced training that focuses on practical application of theory, case formulation and proficiency in the key interventions needed for effective practice of EFT. Over the course of 4 weekend sessions, you have the opportunity to delve into the model – step by step – and help you expand your experience of working with attachment-related emotions and acquire the skills that help make you an effective EFT therapist. We strive for a creative and affirming environment where you support each other and feel encouraged to bring in your own specific learning needs.

Many students of EFT are attracted to its clearly delineated model of change, the humanistic ‘let’s try to understand this together’ stance and the way that emotion processing around attachment needs organizes and sharpens the therapist’s clinical focus. It can be a real challenge, however, to put all this into practice – both for new therapists and experienced practitioners new to the model. Many folks new to EFT find it a struggle to privilege in-the-moment process over content, to de-escalate couples with high-conflict cycles or engage emotionally withdrawn partners. Or  to evoke and heighten emotion to help create the bonding experiences of withdrawer re-engagement and pursuer softening. Core Skills specifically addresses each of these concerns to help you work successfully with a wide range of couples.

Click on the link below for more info on the Core Skills curriculum and requirements.
And you can register here.
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