Facilitated by Robert Elliott
Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde
Saturdays, 9.30-16.30, 20 November, 2010 – 14 May, 2011
Sir Henry Wood Building
(Sponsored by HASS Research & Knowledge Exchange,
University of Strathclyde)
The Counselling Unit at the University of Strathclyde is offering further training in Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) for counsellors and psychotherapists (Diploma level or above) who have completed Level One training in EFT or the equivalent. This series has been restructured from its previous evening format and will now meet on seven Saturdays throughout the 2010-11 academic year, beginning in November. The format will be a mixture of brief lectures, videos or demonstrations, experiential practice exercises in small groups, supervision of cases seen by course members, and discussion.
The specific topics to be covered will feature material not covered in the Level 1 course, including
· Therapist experiential response modes
· Client modes of engagement
· Narrative Retelling of difficult/traumatic experiences
· Relational Dialogue for Alliance difficulties
· Creation of Meaning for meaning protests
In addition, the Focusing and different forms of Chairwork will be particularly emphasized:
· Focusing with difficult or painful experiences
· Clearing a Space for overwhelming or chaotic experiences
· Two chair enactment for Self-interruption splits
· Two chair conflict split work for depression, anxiety and self-harm behaviour
· Compassionate Self-soothing for painful self states
· Empty chair work for unfinished business
This series is scheduled for the following dates:
- Enrolment is set for a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 20.
- Course fee: Until 15 Oct: £395; after 15 Oct: £445
- The course could be taken for continuing professional education credit.
Please direct enquiries and requests for applications to HASS Research & Knowledge Exchange, Jan Bissett (email@example.com, 0141 950 3135), or alternatively Counselling Unit office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 950 3165) or, after 1 October, Robert Elliott (Robert.Elliott@strath.ac.uk or email@example.com).