Below is a seven minute video by the Norwegian Institute for Emotion Focused Therapy and the Institute for Psychological Counseling was shared with us by Adele, one of the facilitators of the Emotion Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) Workshop coming up in May (details are below the film).
Emotion-Focused Family Therapy: Supporting Your Loved One Across The Lifespan Including Support For Mental Health With Dr. Joanne Dolhanty PhD, C. Psych And Dr. Adèle Lafrance Robinson PhD, C. Psych
*An official receipt in the minimum amount of $300 for psychological services will be provided by Dr. Dolhanty and Dr. Robinson for extended health benefit coverage with your provider, if applicable.
DATE & TIME: Thursday and Friday, May 21st and 22nd, 2015, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Richvale Library
40 Pearson Avenue, Richmond Hill, L4C 6T7
(West of Yonge Street, South of Carville Road)
Spaces are limited – register early to avoid disappointment!
Emotion-Focused Family Therapy (EFFT): a new and innovative treatment model for the caregivers of individuals struggling with:
• Eating disorders
• Substance use, etc.
Different from many of the mainstream treatment models, EFFT is rooted in the deep belief in the healing power of families across the lifespan.
EFFT is a very powerful mode of therapy – parents and caregivers are taught practical skills and techniques that can be used to support their loved one’s recovery regardless of his or her age and/or motivation for change. Parents and caregivers are also supported to work through their own fears and emotional reactions that will no doubt arise throughout the challenging road toward recovery and wellness.
Visit http://www.edoyr.com/emotion-coaching/ for more information and to register online
Visit the official EFFT web site for more information: https://emotionfocusedfamilytherapy.org/About_Us.php