EFT with Individuals: creating security within and between
Presented by Yolanda von Hockauf, M.Ed., RMFT
Friday, May 9, 2014 9am-5:30pm
Saturday, May 10, 2014 9am-3pm
Birch Family Training Institute,
104 W 29th. Street, 2nd floor
Do you enjoy using EFT with couples and wonder how to apply this powerful model more effectively with your individual clients? As with couples, we can use the attachment lens to understand individual client presenting issues. We can explore their negative cycles, which create and maintain their emotional distress, reinforcing attachment insecurity.
Stage one addresses de-escalation of these cycles; stage two facilitates a shift out of the client's problematic pattern into new, positive cycles, which create and maintain an emerging sense of felt security with self and other.
This two day workshop will help you learn to:
1. Use the attachment lens to understand the individual client’s presenting issues.
2. Track and reflect the client’s issues as a negative cycle, both systemically with their interpersonal relationships and internally with their relationship with self.
3. Work with the client’s primary emotions to revise view of self and other.
4. Help client actively shift to a new position based on their core attachment needs.
These two days will include dynamic theory presentation, demonstration tapes from the trainer, small group exercises, role plays, and ... three case presentations from you, the participants!
We also have space for a live consultation. If you have an individual client who would be interested, please contact Yolanda directly at email@example.com
Early registration by April 8
$410 for members/$435 non-members
Reg registration by April 27
$435 for members/$460 non-members
Yolanda is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist and a founding director of the Vancouver Couple & Family Institute (VCFI), which has gained a reputation of excellence in the therapeutic community among physicians, other therapists and the general public. A therapist in the original research study on Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in 1983, Yolanda has been using this approach since it was established. Yolanda has been a consultant and trainer to other psychotherapists since 1991 and frequently travels internationally to teach. She is an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Approved Supervisor and a Certified EFT Trainer. As a senior therapist and mentor to other counselors, she has trained over 1000 therapists in six countries around the world. She has a passion for helping therapists grow in their skills, confidence and self-awareness. Her clarity of style and engaging manner make her training an exceptional experience for beginning and advanced therapists alike.
Wendy Tomkiel, LCSW, is coordinating this training. If you have any questions, please contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellation Policy: If notified in writing of canceling by April 6, fee is refunded minus $50 administrative fee. Registrations canceled after April 6 are not refundable.