Working experientially with emotions in psychotherapy
|Presenters||Dr Veronica Kallos- Lilly, Vancouver Couples and Family Institute|
|Description||Aimed at clinicians working with individuals, couples, or families, this workshop draws on current thinking reflecting the power of emotional processing as an agent of change (Emotionally Focused Therapy). An attachment theory framework sets the stage for inviting emotions into the therapy room. Further, therapist attunement and interventions for deepening core emotions help clients work through their emotional blocks, mobilizing them to make lasting changes.
Learning objectives for the workshop focus on how to:
Empathically attune to your clients in a way that invites emotional engagement
Work differently with primary, secondary, and instrumental emotion
Go beyond labeling emotions to help clients inhabit and express them in the immediacy of the moment
This applied, hands-on workshop aims to deepen your work with emotions. Video demonstrations, experiential exercises, and role-plays will bring the concepts to life and offer practical skills to help you take your work with clients to the next level.
|Location||QLD Metro, Australia|
345 Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, QLD
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||17 Nov 2012|
|Time||9AM to 5PM|
|Notes||Veronica Kallos-Lilly, Ph.D. Veronica is a Clinical Psychologist and founding Director of the Vancouver Couple & Family Institute. She has been a member of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) since its inception. Veronica has been training and consulting to therapists in Canada, Australia and the United States since 1995. Known for her warm interpersonal style, workshop participants appreciate Veronica's clinical expertise and ability to create a supportive learning environment.|
|Organiser||College of Clinical Psychologists (CCLIN) (Queensland)|
|Contact Name||Jenny Fitzgzerald|