In this quarterly seminar, Trevor Mullineaux will show video excerpts from the beginning sessions of treatment to show how enactments function both as bonding moments and as vehicles for creating closeness, clarifying roles and better communication in the couple as their begin their blended journey. Early blended couples learn to find emotional safety in the context of a new family amid complex biological and stepchildren relationships. Supporting couples as they explore, express, and create a home environment that is at it’s core a safe haven, where all members feel bonded and belonging. This is a wonderful opportunity to refine Blending and EFT principles.
is a Certified EFT Therapist and Approved Supervisor, and a founding member of NYCEFT. Her work within EFT and systemic family therapy informs her relational work with couples, families and individuals. Mrs. Mullineaux’s own experience blending families combined with her EFT or attachment perspective is the basis of her new book Blending Families: Merging Households with Kids 8-18, Rowman and Littlefield, 6/16/16. Now available for pre-order through Amazon. Trevor serves on the boards of The Center for Family Justice, The Kathy Koslow Center at Fairfield University and WSHU, the local NPR affiliate.
This program has been approved for Continuing Education Credit Hours by the National Association of Social Workers, CT and meets the continuing education criteria for CT Social Work Licensure renewal
For more information contact Quarterly Seminar coordinator: Steffani Brandenburg at email@example.com
Cancellation Policy: online registrations are not refundable.
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