Case-based Supervision groups
Each session, we discuss EFT theory and specific interventions focused around a case that one group member presents. Each participant presents a case over the course of 6 sessions and receives feedback from the supervisor and the group on the use of EFT and where to focus next with their clients. These groups are wonderful for hearing about others’ struggles and triumphs and for developing and consolidating your EFT skills. Reflection on the case can include consideration of alliance, conceptual, experiential or self-of-the-therapist issues. The overall goal is for the supervisor and group members to support each other to grow in understanding and delivering effective EFT. The session where a group member presents a case can be counted as one hour of supervision towards ICEEFT Certification as an EFT Therapist.
Skills-based Supervision groups
The EFT model provides both a safe haven and a secure base for therapists and clients alike, bringing security, purpose and confidence to sessions. Skills-based supervision groups explore Sue Johnson’s incredible EFT Model aiming to answer the following, with room to address participants key EFT-related questions:
What is the EFT tango? What does "affect assembly" look like? How do I set up and process enactments? How do I access and heighten primary emotions?
The sessions will use a mixture of didactic teaching, discussion and role plays, in order to practice and learn together.
Self-of the Therapist groups
In these supervision groups, we aim to provide a supportive environment to take your EFT work a little deeper. We will look at ways to use yourself and the relationship with your clients to help support corrective emotional experiences. We will help you tune into your practice to explore your personal responses in the therapy room, and how to draw on your secure-therapist-self; whilst supporting each other towards self-care.