Newcomers Programme- Moved On-Line

5th EFT International Summer School 2020 in London, UK

From Shattered Attachment to Recovery and Growth

Newcomers Cohort 25th-27th June (4-hour On-line session each day)

Presenter: Gulya Diyarova, London, UK, MSc Tavistock, Certified EFT therapist and supervisor, Reg. UKCP, Acc. COSRT, MBACP, ICEEFT, Director of EFT International School and EFT Clinic in London.

Presentation:
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in Action, Road Map to Emotional Healing: An outline of the theory and practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy with Couples and Individuals.

In this excellent introduction to the theory and practice of EFT by Gulya Diyarova, participants will get a clear sense of what the EFT model is and its well researched effectiveness as a therapeutic approach. Gulya will walk participants through the model’s stages and steps, showing how to focus on the attachment significance of a couple’s struggle and distress, to stay gently and steadily with partners’ vulnerable emotions and fears, and lead them into connectedness and a secure bond with each other.
Participants will engage in experiential exercises, skills and interventions practice, and discussion of clinical examples and video demonstrations of couple sessions.

  • Do your clients question if their partners are there for them?
  • Do they wonder about their partner’s accessibility?
  • Do they question the responsiveness of their partner when they need them?

This attachment-based, experiential, humanistic and systemic model offers a comprehensive theory of adult love, as well as a structured therapeutic “road map” to conflict reduction and the healing of damaged attachment bonds with the aim of creating safe emotional connection between partners.
The model recognises that relationship distress results from an actual, or perceived threat to the basic adult need for safety, security and closeness in intimate relationships. Couples in conflict tend to lose themselves in reactive emotions or withdraw into non-responsiveness and shutting down. Both behaviours become part of a negative cycle that leaves the partners hurt, alone and disconnected.
Using the power of emotion as a target and agent of change, EFT focuses on helping partners re-structure the emotional responses that maintain habitual negative interactional patterns. Once vulnerable emotions are owned and shared by each partner, trust  and meaningful connection can be re-established in a safe way through the  corrective emotional experience that occurs during the session.
A substantial body of research outlining the effectiveness of EFT now exists, with research studies finding that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery, and around 90% show significant improvement.
This Introductory training will include an exploration of:

  • The key concepts of Emotionally Focused Therapy
  • The language of emotions – core primary emotions and attachment needs
  • Understanding of Internal Working Models, Attachment Styles
  • Most common Negative Cycles of relationship distress
  • Stages and steps of the EFT model including the key change events in the process of therapy
  • EFT interventions on the basis of clinical material including video clips of live therapy sessions
  • How to work with the couple’s vulnerable emotions by tracking their underlying interactional pattern and helping them to flexibly manage their emotional experience

Participants will engage in experiential exercises, skills and interventions practice, and discussion of clinical examples and video demonstrations of couple sessions.

For All Participants – EFT-Newcomers and EFT-Trained Cohort

Sat the 4th July (afternoon) – to be re-scheduled, Watch this space!

Bonus session – only £25

Presentation: Where Polyvagal and EFT Meet?

Presenter: Gulya Diyarova, London, UK, MSc Tavistock, Cert. EFT therapist and supervisor,UKCP reg., Acc. COSRT, BACP, ICEEFT

‘Where Are You…? Where Am I…?’How Does Polyvagal theory inform EFT Clinician’

 

Since Stephen Porges proposed his Polyvagal Theory (1994), linking the role of Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) in managing risks and safety to the emergence of Social Engagement behaviour, it has arguably become one of the most promising and innovative developments to impact the therapy world in the past 25 years. Named ‘Science of safety’ (D. Dana, 2018), it is about feeling safe enough to fall in love and take the risks of connection, which is also the major tenet of EFT approach.

This workshop goes BEYOND neuroscience, attempting to show the ways of integrating Polyvagal Theory and EFT in our clinical practice:

  • Getting to know your Nervous System. Polyvagal Ladder.
  • Why distressed clients continually move through an enduring cycle of fight or flight mobilisation, numbness and disconnect?
  • Polyvagal and EFT. Where do they meet?
  • How to apply polyvagal lens and EFT in re-patterning the ways the ANS operate when the drive to survive competes with the longing to connect?
  • How to access clients’ Social Engagement System to co-regulate and help to shift their experiences and personal narratives to feeling heroic and not victimised?

Gulya Diyarova, MSc Tavistock, UKCP, Accred. COSRT, MBACP, ICEEFT Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor, London UK.

Gulya Diyarova is an ICEEFT Certified Emotionally Focused therapist and supervisor, and a psychosexual and relationship therapist. Her first career in Moscow was as a medical doctor, paediatrician and clinical neurologist. She moved to the UK in 1993 and later retrained in Systemic therapy, Psychodynamic approach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Early Attachment and Psychopathology, and as a Psychosexual therapist. Gulya was instrumental in bringing EFT to the UK and has been organising EFT training in London since 2009 in conjunction with ICEEFT. She is a founding member of the British EFT Community (BEFT Center). She supervises EFT therapists, leads EFT workshops, CPD groups and Advanced Externship training (Option 1 towards EFT Certification), and has a private practice in London. She is Director of the EFT International School and EFT Clinic in Central London.

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