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Participants will be exposed to research on the role emotions play in our lives and how to apply EFT techniques in your practice; the nature of emotions; distinguishing between the various emotions experienced by human beings; the importance of the therapist’s own emotional awareness; marker-guided interventions; the difference between primary and secondary emotions; adaptive and maladaptive primary emotions; anger, sadness, fear, and shame in emotional coaching; working with emotional injuries; and methods for coaching emotional intelligence with individuals, couples, parents, and those in leadership roles.
22 CE credits/hours, 220 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Describe the emotion-focused therapy concepts and applications for clients.
- Discuss the purpose and nature of emotion.
- Explain the concept of emotional intelligence and its use in therapy.
- Illustrate case formulation and marker-guided interventions.
- Explain primary emotion.
- Compare healthy and unhealthy primary emotions.
- Present how to use new healing emotions and create new narratives.
Demonstrate how EFT is used with specific emotions.
Explain how EFT is used to coach for emotional intelligence in couples.
Summarize how to EFT is used to coach for emotional intelligence in parenting.
Describe how EFT is used to coach for emotional intelligence in leadership.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"Emotion-Focused Therapy: Coaching Clients to Work Through Their Feelings (Second Edition)" - Final Exam Questions