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Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Healing Trauma

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Assess for attachment injury and trauma history in presenting couples.
  2. Modify standard EFT couple therapy to meet the additional needs of trauma survivors.
  3. Structure a supportive and secure couple therapy framework.
  4. Demonstrate safe attachment as temporary attachment figure.
  5. Analyze couple attachment styles and accurately match interventions.
  6. Categorize interventions as appropriate for progressive stages of therapy.
  7. Evaluate couple readiness to move through the stages and steps of the EFT process.
  8. Develop effective attachment requests in couple communication to replace confused, angry, or counterproductive expressions.
  9. Differentiate the common styles of couple engagement.
  10. Modify and expand client window of tolerance to improve affective regulation.
  11. Utilize the Experiencing Scale to gauge depth of ability for emotional expression.

Outline

Session 1 - Introduction to EFT with Trauma Survivors 

Session 2 – EFT Orientation to Presenting Problems Session 3 - Overview of Stage 1 of EFT for Trauma Survivors Session 4 – Stage 1 EFT with Trauma Survivors:  Demonstration and Analysis Session 5 – Overview of Stage 2 of EFT with trauma survivors Session 6 – Stage 2 EFT with Trauma Survivors:  Demonstration and Analysis

Copyright : 14/09/2020

Healing Trauma through Connection

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Practice an Emotionally Focused Therapy approach when working with couples in which one or both partners has been affected by trauma.
  2. Demonstrate how traumatized partners can provide corrective emotional experiences for each other as it relates to clinical treatment.
  3. Assess the most effective ways to create enactments between partners to alleviate symptoms of trauma.
  4. Incorporate an understanding of neuroscience and attachment theory into your clinical decision-making and judgment.

Outline

Practice an Emotionally Focused Therapy approach when working with couples in which one or both partners has been affected by trauma.

Explain how traumatized partners can provide corrective emotional experiences for each other as it relates to clinical treatment.

Assess the most effective ways to create enactments between partners to alleviate symptoms of trauma.

Incorporate an understanding of neuroscience and attachment theory with the aim of further informing your clinical decision-making and judgment.

Copyright : 22/03/2019