The impacts of trauma as viewed through the lens of attachment, with a broad focus on the individual within current, historical, and intergenerational contexts, provides the EFIT (Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy) clinician with a roadmap for recovery. This session will introduce a guide to tuning in and targeting interventions in individual therapy, and an overview of the three-stage therapeutic process that leads women through trauma to recovery - from restriction to growth.
This online program is worth 1.25 hours CPD.
|Manual - The Promise of EFIT in Unravelling and Treating the Impacts of Intergenerational Trauma (568.9 KB)||11 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Leanne Campbell is co-director of the Vancouver Island Centre for EFT and Campbell & Fairweather Psychology Group and is an Honorary Research Associate of Vancouver Island University. Trained by Dr. Sue Johnson in the early 1990s, she has continued to work in the EFT model since that time, and has worked with hundreds of individuals, couples and families over the past about three decades. In addition to maintaining an active and full-time private practice, with a primary focus in the areas of trauma and grief, Dr. Campbell currently manages a two-site practice comprised of over twenty clinicians and is a site coordinator for an Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) outcome study.
Financial: T. Leanne Campbell is co-director of the Vancouver Island Centre for EFT; and Campbell & Fairweather Psychology Group. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: T. Leanne Campbell is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association; and the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy.
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