Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Emotion-Focused Therapy: Level 3 Supervision Series 2008-09

Facilitated by Robert Elliott
Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde

Tuesdays, 6-9pm, 9 September, 2008 – 9 June, 2009
Sir Henry Wood Building
Jordanhill Campus
University Of Strathclyde
(Sponsored by the Professional Development Unit, University of Strathclyde)

The Counselling Unit at the University of Strathclyde are pleased to offer continuing training in Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) for counsellors and psychotherapists (Diploma level or above) who have completed Level Two training in EFT. This 12-session series will meet every three or four weeks throughout the 2008-09 academic year, beginning in September. The format will primarily focus on supervision of recorded therapy sessions, supplemented as appropriate by viewing of archival video-recordings, brief lectures, experiential practice exercises in small groups, and discussion. Emphasis will be on putting EFT into practice and examining blocks to effective practice.

This series is scheduled for the following dates. Sessions will take place in Wood W614, except where otherwise indicated:
Autumn 2008:
9 September
7 October
28 October in W500
18 November in W502
16 December
Winter-Spring 2008:
20 January
17 February
17 March
7 April
28 April
19 May
9 June

• Enrolment is set for a maximum of 12.

• Tentative Course fee: Until 15 August: £345; after 15 August: £395.

• The course could be taken for continuing professional education credit.

Professional Development Unit applications may be downloaded at http://www.strath.ac.uk/Departments/PDU/shortcourses/shortcourses.html (Note that that this course is not on the official list.)

Please direct enquiries to the PDU office (0141 950 3734) or Robert Elliott (Robert.Elliott@strath.ac.uk or fac0029@gmail.com ).

(version 15 July 2008)

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