Fall Quarterly Kickoff: Use of the Self, EFT, and Conversations about Culture and Race
Presented by:Dr. Paul Guillory, Ph.D.,
EFT Trainer in Training, Certified EFT Supervisor and Therapist and Dr. Sam Jinich, Ph.D., Certified EFT Trainer, Supervisor, and Therapist
Presented via Zoom
Link to be provided in Reminder emails
Subject: Use of the Self, EFT, and Conversations about Culture and Race
As we begin a new year of study in EFT that will focus on us becoming more racially conscious therapists and anti-racist human beings, Sam Jinich PhD and Paul Guillory PhD will kick off the season of learning with a journey inside of ourselves. The Self of the privileged and blind-spotted therapist will be explored. Enriching and challenging, and humbling and hard is what our presenters will be aiming for during this rich and in-depth experiential presentation.
At the conclusion of this event participants will be able to:
1. Identify and describe how disowned or private aspects of Self of Therapist can negatively impact our work with diverse clients.
2. Discuss and explain three ways Self of Therapist growth can help shift therapists from a defensive stance to a lens of cultural humility and empathy when working with POC clients, particularly in destabilized moments.
3. Learn appropriate skills to "lean in" with Self of Therapist empathy, apology, and remorse when power, privilege, or biases have impacted the therapeutic relationship in an EFT session.
Dr. Paul Guillory Ph.D., EFT trainer in training and certified supervisor is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkeley in the Clinical Science Program, Psychology Department. He has taught courses on Emotionally Focused Therapies at U.C. Berkeley. Dr. Guillory is the author of “Emotionally Focused Therapy with African American Couples: Love Heals,” Routledge, August 2021.He is the former chairperson of the Northern California Community of Emotionally Focused Therapy. Dr. Guillory was the psychological consultant to the Oakland Raiders professional football team and the National Football League for 14 years. He has also been a consultant to the Sacramento Kings professional basketball team, and is a selected provider for the National Basketball Players Association. He served as Director of the Center for Family Counseling in Oakland California for ten years. He has been in private practice in Oakland California for over 30 years.
Dr. Sam Jinich, Ph. D., EFT trainer, certified supervisor is the Director of the San Francisco Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (SFCEFT) and the Instituto de Terapia Focalizada en las Emociones (ITFE). Sam is one of the Founders of the Northern California Community for EFT (NCCEFT). Sam has been in Private Practice in San Francisco for over 20 years. Sam leads the Hold me Tight Workshop for Couples with Michelle Gannon, Ph.D. in San Francisco, Tiburon, Esalen Institute and Costa Rica. The San Francisco Center for EFT offers Introductions to EFT, EFT Externships, EFT Core Skills, Forgiveness Training for Therapists, EFT Certification Intensives, EFT Consultation Groups and Attunement Training. For more information, visit SFCEFT.com. Sam is bilingual in Spanish and also leads EFT Externships and Core Skills in Spanish in Costa Rica, Argentina, Mexico, Guatemala, Spain and Panama.
This training is appropriate for mental health practitioners who work with couples using Emotionally Focused Therapy. Level is introductory to intermediate.
This training is free to members, who will receive 2 Continuing Education (CE) credit at no charge. This training is available to non-members for $10, and CE credit is available for an additional $25. Prepayment is made online through the website at the time of registration.
This course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences;
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Those who attend this workshop in full, and complete the course evaluation will receive a certificate of completion via email following the workshop. Please note that credit will only be granted to those who attend the entire workshop. Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the start time or leaving before the workshop is completed will not receive CE credit.
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