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- EFT Stage 3 Consolidation, 1 hour
EFT Stage 3 Consolidation, 1 hour
Only for mental health professionals (or students of these disciplines)
"EFT Stage 3 Consolidation" is a 1-hour workshop on EFT Stage 3 Consolidation. EFT Stage 3 is one of the least talked about stages in EFT training, but yet it is an important stage to solidify the couples in their progress. This recording will include two video clips (a "Before" and an "After" EFT) to illustrate what EFT Stage 3 will look like as compared to Stage 1. The original 3-hour workshop also included Herman's EFT session with a couple. However, this is not included in this recording to protect the confidentiality of the couple. The purchase of this video will come with workshop notes and will entitle you to one hour of CEU if you purchase and complete the test.
"EFCT Stage 3" is the sixth instalment of the Online EFCT workshops series that will help you hone your EFT skills. This workshop is for participants who have some working knowledge of EFT.
You will learn about the last stage of EFT (Stage 3: Integration and Consolidation). This stage includes facilitating the emergence of new solutions to old relationship problems and consolidating the new positions and cycles of attachment behaviour. This stage focuses on validating and sustaining the new dance the couples have created and encouraging them to develop their solutions to the old problems. Teaching methods will include concise teachings, video clips, etc.
Emotionally Focused Therapy is a systemic model created by Dr. Sue Johnson. Research finds that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery, and approximately 90% shows significant improvement.
By the end of this 1-hour workshop, the learner should be able to:
- Observe and learn how to use basic EFT techniques such as the Tango, RISSSC, reflection, validation, evocative questions, etc.
- Help the couples in their stage 3 work, including sustaining their new cycle and helping them find new solutions to their old relational problems.