Training in Couple Therapy

Date: 08-Nov-17 to 11-Nov-17
Location: Carlton Downtown Hotel / Dubai / United Arab Emirates
Category: Education

Emotional Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) is an effective short-term, research-validated approach to couple therapy, developed in the mid-1980s by Dr. Sue Johnson.

A Humanistic and Process-oriented therapy, EFT is based on John Bowlby’s Attachment Theory. It reflects the most recent research on the nature of relationship distress, adult love, and emotion.

The Externship which offers 28 contact hours is the first in-depth training designed to help you learn the basic clinical skills required to practice and become certified as an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist. The program which includes live sessions, theory, and application of clinical techniques.

Who should attend?
Professionals who work or would like to work with Couples and Families.
Counselors, Psychologists and Marriage and Family Therapists.

What will Participants learn?
The Externship is the first in-depth training designed to help you learn the basic clinical skills required to practice and become certified as an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist as developed by Dr. Sue Johnson. The program includes live sessions, theory, clinical techniques and skill training.



Exhibitors

Trainer: Gail Palmer, MSW, RMFT

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