Externship in EFCT: Melbourne
Externship in EFCT: Melbourne
In-person - Abbotsford Convent in the Salon Room
Event dates: Monday 6th, Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th, May, 2024
Event times: 9am-5pm (AEST)
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Contact: Linda Murrow 0421 999 839
This is an in-person training at the Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne.
Join Dr Clare Rosoman and Linda Murrow for this four day in-person EFT Externship. Start your journey to becoming a Certified EFT Therapist by learning how to apply attachment science and use experiential interventions to build attachment security in loving relationships. The training will include theory presentations, clinical interventions and skills, training exercises, video recordings, observation of a live session and discussion of specific cases and clinical issues.
Hosted by the Melbourne Community for EFT and offered for the first time in Melbourne in this format!
The Externship in EFCT is the first step in becoming a Certified EFT Couple Therapist with the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT). It contains didactic teaching about the theoretical underpinnings of the EFT model, the evidence-base for EFCT, the 3 stages of the EFCT model (the EFT road map), a comprehensive overview of the key EFT therapist interventions including the EFT Tango, as well as video demonstrations, small-group activities and, where possible, a live demonstration of an EFCT session. Clare has a focus on diversity and inclusion in her training. This means that while covering all of the required content for an Externship in EFCT, this externship looks at applying the EFT model to monogamous and non-monogamous relationships, as well as staying sensitive to cultural context and the impact of minority stress on relational dynamics.
At the end of training, participants will be able to:
- Describe the key elements of the attachment perspective on adult love and bonding, relational distress and creating attachment security in loving relationships
- Track negative cycles of interaction that lead to disconnection and insecurity in the attachment bond
- Describe the micro-interventions used by the EFT therapist and use them de-escalate negative interactional patterns
- Outline the process of change and the elements of the EFT Tango to shape corrective emotional experience, such as affect assembly and choreographing engaged encounters
- Shape bonding moments in-session that restructure the attachment bond and revise internal working models of self and other
ICEEFT Certification & CPD credits:
The Externship in EFCT is the first training course required for becoming a Certified EFT Couple therapist. At the end of the four days, you will receive a certificate for 24 hours of CPD.
About The Facilitators
Dr Clare Rosoman is a clinical psychologist and ICEEFT Certified EFT Trainer from Brisbane, Australia. She is the Director of the Brisbane Centre for EFT (BCEFT) and of a psychology practice named the Brisbane Centre for Attachment and Relationships. With over 24 years’ experience as a psychologist, Clare has spoken nationally and internationally on EFT and is happiest when inspiring other therapists in the EFT model. Clare believes in the power of attachment and connection for all people, in all relationships, regardless of structure or identity. Clare is the author of two resource books for therapists, a self-help book An Emotionally Focused Guide to Relationship Loss: Life After Love, and she co-authored with Dr Kathryn Rheem An Emotionally Focused Workbook for Relationship Loss: Healing Heartbreak Session by Session. Clare has a YouTube channel and an Instagram page to help to inspire, encourage and support EFT therapists and those interested in attachment and relationships. Clare is continually motivated by the power of EFT, grateful to Dr Sue Johnson for her vision, and remains
committed to sharing this most amazing model of therapy with the world.
Linda Murrow, M.A. is a Certified EFT Therapist, Supervisor & Founder of the Melbourne Community for EFT where she has coordinated training and professional development for EFT therapists since 2017. Linda is dedicated to nurturing the confidence and competence of EFT therapists through wholehearted exploration and engagement in a supportive community that fosters learning and growth. Linda holds postgraduate qualifications in couple and family therapy and has extensive teaching and training experience in a range of counselling organisations and university programs. As Head of Couple Therapy Training for Relationships Australia she introduced EFT into the curriculum and was instrumental in developing a partnership with Swinburne University for a Master’s in couple & relationship counselling where she taught EFT. Linda sees individual, couples and families and has been in private practice for more than 30 years. She has also facilitated Dr. Sue Johnson’s Hold Me Tight: Conversations for Connection workshops and residential retreats in Australia, North America and Fiji. As a Family Therapist Linda is a Clinical Member and Accredited Supervisor with AAFT and a Registered Clinical Member of PACFA.