An Introduction to Emotion Focused Therapy
Foundations offers the opportunity to have a taste of Emotion Focused Therapy before committing to a four day training. The one day training introduces the origins, evidence-base, and central person-centred philosophy of EFT and emotion theory. Participants engage in experiential exercises relating to empathy and presence, essential ingredients when working with emotions. Reflection on a live EFT session introduces EFT process formulation and the marker-task basis of this approach.
AIEFT, Level 1, 16A Toorak Rd, South Yarra VIC 3141
Time: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Parking: There is some street parking available around the area, however, there is also an underground parking garage just off Toorak Road on Macfarlan Place which costs a little over $5. Street parking on Sundays is free.
Train: Get off at South Yarra station. Turn right as you come out of the train station heading towards Punt Road (not Chapel Street). We are on the left hand side near Punt Road.
Tram: Catch the No. 8 to Toorak. Get off at Stop 28. Cross over Punt Road and cross over Toorak Road at the lights. We are at the end of the first block.
Self Catering: Tea/coffee and morning/afternoon tea will be provided. Lunch is BYO or there are plenty of options on Toorak Road.
DO NOT ATTEND IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL.If you have registered for a training workshop and cannot attend due to symptoms, you will have the option to credit the training fee towards a future event.
Dr Louise Cooper (she/they) - Lead Trainer
Lou is a Counselling Psychologist and the Lead Trainer of the Australian Institute of Emotion Focused Therapy, accredited as a practitioner and trainer by the International Society for Emotion Focused Therapy (isEFT). She is the Director of Talking Emotions, a private practice based in South Yarra and Fitzroy specialising in EFT. For many years Lou has facilitated training in LGBTQ-inclusive practice, trauma-informed practice, and mental health in theworkplace.