International workshop in Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)
Ph.D, counselling psychologist, international EFT-trainer
21. – 24. October 2020
IEFT, Roskilde, Denmark
Institute for Emotions-Focused Therapy Denmark is pleased to present this EFT Level 2 advanced 4-day-workshop with Ladislav Timulak, Ph.D. The workshop will provide participants with a deepening of the theory and skills involved in working effectively with emotion in psychotherapy that was begun with the EFT Level 1. This workshop is part of Basic EFT Training at International Society ofr Emotion-Focused Therapy (ISEFT)
Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)
is a humanistic, evidence-based form of psychotherapy that integrates person-centred, gestalt therapies and other experiential therapies, with particular relevance to working with depression, trauma, and anxiety difficulties. It has gained international recognition through the work of Les Greenberg, Laura Rice, Robert Elliott, Jeanne Watson, Rhonda Goldman, Sandra Paivio, Lynn Angus, Ladislav Timulak and others.
About the workshop
This workshop provides participants with more in-depth skill training beyond the introductory Level 1 workshop and enables discussion of challenges that have emerged in using EFT in participants’ own clinical practice. Participants receive in depth skill training through a combination of brief lectures, video demonstrations, live modelling, case discussion and extensive supervised experiential practice (in which participants learn by working as both client and therapist in small groups). Topics covered over the course of the four days include advanced emotion assessment; productive and unproductive arousal; advanced work with experiential tasks such as two chair and empty dialogues; work with worry and interruptive processes; imaginal restructuring; application of EFT to specific populations & problems (with a particular focus on generalised anxiety); and case formulation for specific disorders.
The workshop is aimed for
qualified clinical/counselling psychologists and accredited counsellors/psychotherapists who have completed ISEFT EFT Level 1, and aspire to attain ISEFT accreditation of Basic EFT Training by completing EFT level 1 -3 or who wants to deepen practice learned at EFT Level 1. For more information of ISEFT accreditation and requirements please see www.iseft.org or contact IEFT Denmark at email@example.com.
- Elliott R., Watson J.C., Goldman R.N. & Greenberg L.(2004). Learning emotion-focused therapy. The process-experiential approach to change. APA
- Greenberg, Leslie (2016) Emotion-Focused Therapy: Coaching Clients to Work Through Their Feelings, Second Edition, APA
- Greenberg, Leslie & Goldman, Rhonda (ed.) (2019): Clinical Handbook of EMotion-Focused Therapy. APA
The workshop is accredited as EFT Level 2 and a part of Basic EFT Training at ISEFT.
EFT Level 2 access to participate at EFT Level 3.
Recognition of the whole Basic EFT Training ís done through application to IEFT after completion of EFT level 1-3 and ensuring that you have a basic humanistic psychotherapy training as prerequisite. IEFT offers a supplementary workshop in basic humanistic psychotherapy to meet this requirement.
Trainer: Ladislav Timulak,Ph.D, counselling psychologist, internatinal EFT trainer
Time: 21. – 24 October 2020 – from 9.00 to 16.30
Place: Institut for Emotionsfokuseret Terapi, Ringstedgade 10, Roskilde, Denmark
Participants: Psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapist, psychiatrists with basic (humanistic) psychotherapy training
Price: 9.000 kr. incl. moms / 1.200 €
Bank: 84110004083983 // IBAN: DK3084110004083983
Binding: Registration is binding after 4 September 2020
Registration before: 4 September 2020
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org or mobil (+45) 20841884
Ladislav Timulak, PhD is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. He is Course Director of the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. Ladislav (or short Laco; read Latso) is involved in the training of counselling psychologists and various psychotherapy trainings in Ireland and internationally. Laco is both an academic and practitioner. His main research interest is psychotherapy research, particularly the development of emotion-focused therapy. He currently is adapting this form of therapy for depression, anxiety and related disorders. He has written six books, over 80 peer reviewed papers and various chapters in both his native language, Slovak and in English. His most recent books include Transforming Emotional Pain in Psychotherapy: An Emotion-Focused Approach (Routledge, 2015) and Transforming Generalized Anxiety: An Emotion-Focused Approach (Routledge, 2017). He serves on various editorial boards. He maintains a part-time private practice.