Robert Solley, PhD; EFT on a Spectrum

  • 02 Feb 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley 2407 Dana Street Berkeley, CA 94704
  • 14


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NCCEFT Quarterly Meeting

EFT on a Spectrum:  

Skill-building for Working with High-functioning ASD Clients

Presented by:

Robert Solley, PhD


Though charming and interesting in their own ways, Asperger’s (or High-functioning Autistic) folks can be confusing and frustrating for many “neurotypicals,” especially as partners!  In this presentation Dr. Solley will detail about a dozen key traits that distinguish the ASD mind so that participants can better recognize and work with these individuals through an EFT lens. Explicit strategies for both therapists and partners will be described, as well as integrating with attachment concepts and the steps and stages of EFT

About Dr. Robert Solley:

Dr. Robert Solley earned his PhD from the California School of Professional Psychology in Berkeley, and has a BA in philosophy and psychology from Northwestern University.  He has been a Staff Therapist with the Couples Institute in Menlo Park for over ten years, and teaches Relationship Therapy at the University of San Francisco. Currently he sees 15-20 couples a week--as well as some adult individuals--in his private practice in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. He has a special devotion to couples-sensitive individual therapy with partners who are also engaged in couples therapy. 

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