This workshop by Sharon Chatkupt Lee, EFT trainer and supervisor and director of the Portland Center for EFT, will review the 5 moves of the EFT Tango with an emphasis on deepening. We will work through moves 1-3, learning how to set the stage for deeper tangos that flesh out new ground for couples and exploring more primary, deeper or new emotions with one partner. Sharon presents the material in a clear and approachable way, using tapes
of her own work as well as the work of other therapists. There will be opportunities to practice in small break- out groups. Sharon brings humor and a wonderful capacity for understanding and relating to the frustrations and joys of working with the EFT Tango to her workshops.
Target audience: Therapists that have been through Core Skills, especially when Stages were emphasized more than the Tango as well as therapists familiar with the Tango who want to continue to improve their work.
Sharon Chatkupt Lee, PsyD is a psychologist and an EFT Supervisor and Trainer with a full time practice in Portland, Oregon. Sharon has been studying EFT since 2006 and began to build the EFT community in Portland and surrounding areas in 2012. Sharon is the Director of the Portland Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy www.pceft.com and a founding member of the Oregon Community of Emotionally Focused Therapists. Sharon has special interests in supervision issues, trauma and yoga therapy. www.drsharonlee.com. Sharon lives in Portland with her husband, 2 teenagers and Huckleberry Finn the labradoodle who is also her coworker.
* This course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Allison Brownlee, PsyD., LMFT #89484 is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education. Dr. Allison Brownlee, PsyD., LMFT #89484 maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content. For grievances, please submit an email to email@example.com and include the following information: first and last name, phone number, email address, circumstances of grievance (time, place, event, instructor, offense, and any other relevant information). Dr. Brownlee will respond to email grievances, via phone, within 2 business days of receipt of grievance.