Sue Johnson’s Master Class: April 22nd, 2020

When:
April 22, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm America/Chicago Timezone
2020-04-22T10:00:00-05:00
2020-04-22T14:30:00-05:00
Where:
Zoom Video Conference
Cost:
$79-$139
Contact:
Amanda Pikala

 

 

A new date for the Master Class: Case Studies with Sue Johnson-Using the Wisdom of EFT to Overcome Clinical Impasses in Couple Therapy Now on Wednesday April 22, 2020 NOW VIA ZOOM! *NEW CANCELLATION POLICY*

Registration is now closed – please email Amanda Pikala (amandapikala@gmail.com) if you’d like to register.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Sue Johnson, the developer of EFT for couples,  provide consultation to our local therapists on difficult cases.  Join us on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm via Zoom video conferencing, for a once in a life time opportunity of hearing Sue Johnson consult with EFT therapists from our community.  

Based on over 30 years of research on adult bonding and empirical studies with thousands of clients, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) has been described as “a revolution in the field of couples therapy” (John Gottman).  This workshop offers you a chance to witness how EFT-cofounder Sue Johnson parses challenging cases in consultation with EFT therapists.

The workshop begins with an update on the latest thinking about EFT, and then moves into the application of EFT with distressed couples using videotapes of real-life sessions.  You will watch Sue work through difficult cases and clinical impasses presented by senior EFT therapists.  Video vignettes of therapists in action and transcripts will provide concrete examples of real-life dilemmas commonly faced by couples therapists.  Experiential exercises will be offered as well as discussion of clinical dilemmas in couple therapy.

You will learn how to identify critical decision-making junctures while therapy is in session, specific techniques that Sue employs in order to facilitate a “corrective emotional experience”, and how to match treatment to your assessment of the couple’s emotional state.

EFT done well looks deceptively simple.  The reality of implementing EFT is often fraught because the kind of attachment rupture that causes couples to seek therapy are visceral in nature and resistant to top-down cognitive interventions.  Couples know there is a better way but they often do not have access to the emotional wiring that will help them manage the legacies of their own attachment histories let alone those of their partners.  Sue Johnson will show and demonstrate ways for you to effectively, safely, and consistently tap into EFT wisdom even when faced with the most challenging couples.

You Will Learn:

  • Clinical applications of EFT research in the field of adult bonding and attachment theory
  • How to conceptualize cases from an EFT perspective
  • How to identify critical junctures in how couples are relating to each other in session and how to leverage these relationship forks in the road for therapeutic benefit
  • Ways to match treatment to an assessment of the couple’s emotional state
  • The characteristics of difficult couples and how to address them
  • Approaches and interventions for difficult couples

This class is meant for those who have taken the EFT Externship.

For any questions please contact Amanda Pikala at amandapikala@gmail.com

Approved for 4 CEUs by the MN Board of MFT.

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