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Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy [Module B & C]

Date: 22 Feb 2022 - 10 Jun 2022


Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT) is a structured approach to couple therapy formulated by Drs. Susan Johnson and Leslie Greenberg. It offers a comprehensive theory of adult love and attachment, as well as a process for healing distressed relationships. This experiential/systemic therapy focuses on helping partners restructure the emotional responses that maintain their negative interaction patterns.

Learning Objectives

- Deepen your understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of EFT

- Apply EFT interventions to help couples access their emotional experience so that they become aware of their destructive interactional cycle and its negative impact on the relationship

- Identify attachment needs and underlying emotions that are a mechanism of change

- Help clients rebuild a more satisfying relationship in which their attachment needs are met


Liu Ting, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at Drexel University. She is a faculty in the graduate programmes in Couple and Family Therapy. Dr. Liu completed her doctorate at Purdue University, USA, and she did Child Development and Family Studies with a specialisation in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is a Pennsylvania licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and an Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy. Dr. Liu specialises in multi-cultural applications of EFT, infidelity issues, mood disorders, and Emotionally Focused Family Therapy with adolescents. She is also a certified EFT trainer and supervisor. She provides training and supervision in the EFT model of couples and family therapy internationally, in particular Asia.

Duration: 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

Venue: Online

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Contact: Email Organizer

Early Bird: $4,000 (Register before 22 December 2021)
Normal: $4,200

Language: English

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