Institute for Couples Therapy - Workshops
The workshops will be presented by Elisabeth Brown, Psy.D. and Alan Groveman, Ph.D. Both Dr. Brown and Dr. Groveman are certified EFT therapists and supervisors.
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Introduction to Attachment Focused Integrated Couples Therapy – EFT Focus
Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018
Time: Registration – 8:00 a.m. (coffee and bagels); Workshop – 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Ward Dining Room, Saint Joseph Hall
Fee: $150; refund minus $25 servicing fee until Saturday, February 10
This workshop is an APA-approved, all-day program that is structured to fully meet seven of the 40 CEs to renew your psychology license in the biennial period 2017-2019.
- Attention LPCs, LMFT's, CADC: The NJCEFT is an APA-approved sponsor and your credits will count toward CE requirements for license renewal.
- Social Workers: NJCEFT is approved by NASW-NJ to award seven CEs for this workshop.
Workshop Learning Objectives:
- Objective #1: Demonstrate a clear understanding, and be able to list the three stages and nine steps involved in the Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) Process
- Objective #2: Identify the three attachment styles and how they impact a couples interactions.
- Objective #3: Increase the positive attachment statements between a couple during a role play exercise.
- Objective #4: List four specific EFT interventions that can be used to enhance couples experience of trust.
- Objective #5 Apply the RISCC (Repeat Images – use Simple words, Slow pace, Soft voice Client's words) technique in a role play exercise
- Objective #6: Illustrate in a role play exercise the specific steps involved in an EFT enactment
- Objective #7: Evaluate and be able to list five positive and negative therapist statements in a couples video scenario
Date: Sunday, May 6, 2018
Time: Registration – 12:00 p.m. (coffee and bagels); Workshop – 12:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Location: Flex Rooms, Annunciation Center
Fee: $80; refund minus $25 servicing fee until Sunday, April 22
This workshop is an APA-approved, half-day program that is structured to fully meet the four CE credits in domestic violence required to renew your psychology license in the biennial period, 2017-2019.
Workshop Learning Objectives:
- Objective #1: Define six specific areas of domestic violence.
- Objective #2: Identify four effects of family violence across the lifespan.
- Objective #3: Demonstrate knowledge of state (home state) law and social services agencies by listing four state agencies and three not-for-profit organizations that victims of domestic abuse can contact for supportive services.
- Objective #4: Describe four cultural factors that influence the occurrence and patterns of and responses to family violence in domestic violence.
- Objective #5: Identify five potential mental health effects persisting into adult life after childhood experience of abuse or family violence.
- Objective #6: Identify five research articles that demonstrate the effectiveness of psychological interventions in cases of domestic violence.
The New Jersey Collaborative for Emotionally Focused Therapy is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The New Jersey Collaborative for Emotionally Focused Therapy maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
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