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Becoming Culturally Accessible, Responsive and Engaged: Working with Diversity in EFT

Being Culturally Accessible, Responsive, and Engaged: Working with Diversity in EFT

Join ICEEFT trainer Robert Allan and ICEEFT supervisor Pam Semmler in Denver January 11 and 12, 2019 for this first time workshop!

In this experiential workshop, we will share the latest research, show our work, practice together, and discuss in a safe environment how to continue to deepen our EFT practices. This training will provide a systematic framework for engaging ourselves in attuning to the diverse identities of the individuals, couples, and families we work with. By sharpening the skills involved to develop a cultural lens, we will learn to enhance our effectiveness by focusing on the areas of alliance, assessment, formulation, intervention, and repair that are already part of the EFT model.  Come enjoy two days full of didactic learning, experiential exercises, videos, and a brief overview of research.

 Learn and practice with us over two days to:

  • understand the framework of EFT couples therapy through the lens of culture, marginalization, and oppression
  • explore why cultural adaptations are relevant to effective couples therapy.
  • practice effective strategies to deepen our work
  • share our growing edges in a supportive environment

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Earlier Event: September 17
EFT A la Carte Group