Emotion Focused Therapy Foundations – Online

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.


Location: 
Via Zoom (link will be emailed to participants)

Time:  9:30am – 5:00pm

 

Dr Lou 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 Fitzroy specialising in EFT. For many years Lou has facilitated training in LGBTQ-inclusive practice, trauma-informed practice, and mental health in the workplace.

Ashley White

Ash is a Counselling Psychologist and Board-Approved Supervisor. He founded Mosaic Psychology, a private practice in Melbourne, Australia. Ash is an isEFT-accredited practitioner and supervisor with a particular focus and interest in emotional neglect and the therapeutic relationship.

Anna Henry

Anna is a counsellor and psychotherapist working in her Telehealth-based private practice. She is an internationally accredited Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) practitioner, and a Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinician. Anna provides generalist therapy as well as offering non-diet, weight-neutral care for adults struggling with binge eating disorder and body image concerns. She is passionate about supporting self-care and EFT practice among her fellow mental health professionals.

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