As contemporary family therapists we practice at a time when couples have both high expectations of their relationship alongside crushing disappointments. Frequently their best efforts have long failed them by the time they get to our offices, and it is easy to feel stymied by their recurring battles, cold silences, or various combinations of the two.
In response to these impasses, EFT offers a pathway to both understanding and succeeding with these stuck relationships. In this workshop you will learn to:
The workshop will include the presentation of key ideas, videotape demonstrations of couples treatment, and experiential exercises.
Elana Katz, LCSW, LMFT, is a senior faculty member at the Ackerman Institute for the Family where she teaches advanced family therapy and directs the Family and Divorce Mediation Program. She has presented nationally and internationally on family therapy, mediation, and collaborative divorce, including annual meetings of the American Family Therapy Academy, the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the Psychotherapy Networker. She is certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy, and is one of the forty Trainers in EFT worldwide. She has published a number of articles and has been quoted by the New York Times, the Associated Press, and other media outlets, including National Public Radio.
Her private practice is in Manhattan.
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