This intensive 4-day training institute provides participants with solid grounding in the skills required to work more directly with emotions in psychotherapy. The focus of the program will be experiential, learning how to provide change in core emotional structures. Participants receive in-depth skill training through a combination of:
Participants will come away with an EFT Level One certification which is the gateway to additional EFT training. Participants will have the opportunity to be added to the EFT Alberta therapy referral service. Participants will engage and create alliances with other Alberta EFT therapists as well as list their names/practices on the International Society for Emotion-Focused Therapy website/directory.
Presented & Facilitated by Dr. Les Greenberg, the primary developer of Emotion-Focused Therapy
A. Early Bird Registration = $1,295 until December 31, 2018
|Reserve your early bird spot: $295, non-refundable||SOLD OUT – IF YOU’D LIKE TO ADD YOURSELF TO THE CANCELLATION WAIT LIST THEN PLEASE EMAIL DAN AT DR.DAN@CALGARYPSYCHOLOGY.COM. THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST.|
|Pay your balance payment for early bird registration: $1,000|
B. Regular Registration = $1,495, after December 31, 2018
|Pay for regular registration: $1,495||SOLD OUT – IF YOU’D LIKE TO ADD YOURSELF TO THE CANCELLATION WAIT LIST THEN PLEASE EMAIL DAN AT DR.DAN@CALGARYPSYCHOLOGY.COM. THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST.|
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Leslie Greenberg, Ph.D. is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at York University in Toronto, ON. Dr. Greenberg is the Director of the York University Psychotherapy Research Clinic.
He is the widely recognized developer of an emotion-focused approach to therapy. He has authored and/or co-authored the major texts on emotion-focused approaches to psychotherapeutic treatment including:
The best book to get you ready for the workshop is Emotion-Focused Therapy (2011).
Dr. Greenberg is a founding member of the Society of the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) and a past President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR). He has received the SPR Distinguished Research Career Award, the Canadian Psychological Association Professional Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology as a Profession and the Carl Rogers Award from the American Psychological Association’s Society for Humanistic Psychology.