IN PERSON NCCEFT Quarterly Meeting !
EFT and Returning to the Basics
October 29th, 2022
Dr. Sam Jinich, Ph.D., Certified EFT Trainer, Supervisor, and Therapist
We look forward to seeing our community members in-person
again! We have new members to meet and old members to
greet. Please join us for this very deep dive into the basics of EFT.
Register now by clicking here: http://www.ncceft.com/events/
About This Training:
Emotions tell us where to focus our attention and they are also
our most important tool to bring about change in our clients. In
EFT, vulnerable emotions are accessed, explored, and
expanded to facilitate client shifts toward more adaptive
integrated emotions in relationships. This involves greater
experiential involvement in therapy as clients focus inward on
their meaning-making process.
Today’s discussion will focus on a group presentation by Sam,
small group discussions between old and new (split up into
mixed groups of 0-5 years of EFT training, and veterans of over
5 years since learning the model of EFT, and then a large
group discussion as to what was discovered or learned in the
smaller groups of old and new.
One of the areas of emphasis will be, what truly differentiates a
Stage One Tango from a Stage Two Tango. Another focus will
be holding onto the Steps and Stages and of course RISSSSC
as a guiding map such that we can review internal working
models and unmet attachment longings that fuel patterns. And
finally, most importantly, we will boldly lean into deeper and
scarier enactments as we know that when deeper and scary
are well received, we can shift and structure bonds from
insecure to secure.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
1. Identify two key differences between Stage One Tangos and
Stage Two Tangos.
2. List and explain three core therapeutic practices in EFT
to attune to and evoke attachment emotions, longings and fears.
3. Apply powerful yet basic EFT skills such as reflecting and
validating in attachment terms to develop entry points to explore,
distill and enact such that deeper and scarier.