Are you interested in becoming an Emotionally Focused practitioner?
To call yourself an Emotionally Focused practitioner, you need to be working from the theoretical underpinnings of the approach in a coherent and sustained manner. I have found that this requires us to develop ongoing and consistent reflection and EF supervision as we develop clinical competency using the approach.
Being an EF practitioner: If you want to become an Emotionally Focused practitioner, what might that entail? It means completing the six 2-day workshops and 2 clinical days. You will be experiencing Emotionally Focused work and observing videos of clinical sessions. You will be learning and practicing some lovely user-friendly protocols. Follow this link for the details of our two postgraduate programs.