Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
4 – Day Externship®
November 6-9, 2019
Wednesday through Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm daily
Best Western Plus Boulder Inn, 770 28th St. Boulder, CO 80303
Transform the Way You Work With Couples and Earn 28 CEUs
Learn the science of love and attachment that will not only revolutionize your work with couples; it will change your work with individuals and families. This is an official Externship, endorsed by the Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT).
By attending this Externship you are eligible to be listed on the ICEEFT website where couples are going to find EFT trained therapists. It is also the first step toward becoming a certified EFT therapist.
Early-Bird Registration: $750 ($850 after September 25th)
Military Early-Bird Registration: $650 ($750 after September 25th)
Student/Recent Graduates Early-Bird Registration: $600 ($700 after September 25th) **Received graduate degree from an accredited program within the past 2 years
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Please note: Proof of status as a student or recent graduate will be required at sign in for this event.
Meet Your Trainer: Robert Allan, PhD, LMFT, LPC
Robert is an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Denver, maintains a practice in Denver, and is a leader in the Denver EFT Community. He is an ICEEFT certified therapist, supervisor, and trainer, and his interest in EFT extends to his research work. Robert has trained counselors and therapists learning EFT in four different countries over the last ten years. Robert is the Co-editor and Contributor of “Creating Cultural Safety in Couple and Family Therapy: Supervision and Training.”
In attending this Externship you will learn to:
Obtain a clear understanding of the basic experiential and systemic concepts of an “Emotionally Focused” approach to couple therapy.
Help partners process and understand their emotional responses and the resulting patterns that maintain couple distress and disconnection
Conceptualize couple distress and relationship repair based on theories of attachment and emotion.
Develop skills in helping partners to change the emotional responses that lead to relational distress and that maintain a repetitive negative cycle of interaction.
Help partners shape new interactional patterns and bonding events.
Practice EFT interventions to overcome therapeutic impasses with couples and to treat attachment related injuries.
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