May 6, 2022: Crossing the Bridge from Criticism to Compassion in the Self of the Therapist
Whether you’re a beginner in EFT or more seasoned, we are more attuned to ourselves and our clients when we are grounded. Let’s explore what we are like when we’re grounded in our therapist self and what we are like when we are critical of ourselves. Join us for a Lunch and Learn on May 6, 12-1 PM (ET) via Zoom to discuss practices we can use to cross the bridge from our critical to our loving selves.
Friday, May 6, 2022 (Zoom)
12:00-1:00 PM (ET)
June 10, 2022: Silence and Micro-expressions
We all have clients that have a variety of ways of expressing emotions, even when they don’t appear to be emoting outwardly. Silence can be a challenging issue for therapists to understand and process. How do we as therapists delve into silence? How do we notice and explore clients “micro-expressions?”
We watch select video clips from Dr. Ting Liu’s training entitled “Silence and Micro-expressions in Emotionally Focused Therapy.” Dr. Liu was a special guest on “We Heart Therapy,” a training resource for EFT therapists.
In this training we will learn from Dr. Liu and have time to discuss our experiences with silence in session.
Jill B. Knerr, LCSW, LMFT and Purvi Parukh-Shah, Ph.D., board members for PCEFT, will lead the training and discussion.