Coordinator: Carolyn McIntyreContact Info: email@example.com
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Where: 26 Court Street, suite 1004, Brooklyn Heights, any subway to Court Street Borough Hall
$10 online/$15 at the door
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. We will close registration at 16 participants. If space available, you may register at the door. Limited to 16 participants - pre-register!
Here we see Dr. Sue Johnson work with Jamie and Kelly, a lesbian couple who have been together for 6 years. Jamie, the burnt out pursuer, has been thinking of leaving. Building on the 6 sessions they have had with an EFT therapist, Sue re-engages the couple, creates Stage 2 enactments and restructures the bond.
Carolyn McIntyre, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, and Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, has been providing counseling and seminars for about 30 years. Carolyn is passionate about couple therapy using EFT since taking the Extern with Dr Susan Johnson in 2011. She sees couples in both her midtown and Brooklyn Heights offices. www.carolynmcintyre.com twitter @McIntyreLCSW.
Cancellation Policy: Online registrations are not refundable.
For questions contact Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW-R at 917-757-6542
We will be viewing a portion of: Demystifying the Softening Event - Live & Uncut with Brent Bradley, Ph.D. In this video, you see a couple go through two softening events with helpful subtitles explaining what is happening in real time throughout. Brent Bradley, PhD., is a Certified EFT Supervisor and an Associate Professor and has published extensive research on the EFT Softening Event.
We will be viewing Part 2 "Shaping Secure Connections: Pursuer Softening" training video with Marlene Best. In this video, Marlene does beautiful and sensitive work with a trauma couple and gently brings them to stage 2 enactments to restructure the bond.
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