About the Book
This is the definitive introduction to the theory and practice of emotion-focused counselling. Starting with an introduction to the main theory and concepts, it then guides you through the counselling phases from beginning to end. The final chapter extends your learning by examining different client populations, process research, and ways of monitoring your practice. Chapters include features such as case studies and transcripts, further reading sections and reflective exercises that help you to enhance your understanding of the approach.
About the Launch
Join Prof. Robert Elliott, Ph.D, co-founder of Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) as he presents his latest developments on an emotion-focused approach to counselling. This book, “Emotion-Focused Counselling in Action”, is suitable for both beginner and experienced mental health practitioners who wish to get an introduction to the theory and practice of EFT.
– Who is Prof. Robert Elliott, Ph.D
– Brief introduction of EFT
– Book reading and latest developments of EFT
– Interview by Caper Institute
– Interactive Exercise on Emotion
– Q&A by Audience
– Closing Remarks by Caper Institute
This book launch is hosted by Caper Institute, a Singapore-based provider of EFT trainings to professionals. Purchase of the book is not a pre-requisite to joining this event.
Date: 18 June 4pm (GMT+8)
Venue: Zoom (Link will be sent closer to date of event)
About Professor Robert Elliot, Ph.D
Robert Elliott is one of the originators of Emotion-Focused Therapy and is a leading international figure in the psychotherapy research field. He is Professor of Counselling in the Counselling Unit at the University of Strathclyde, where he directs its research clinic and teaches counselling research and EFT. He is a co-author of Facilitating emotional change (1993), Learning emotion-focused therapy (2003), and Research methods in clinical psychology (now in its third edition, 2015), and now first author of Emotion-Focused Counselling in Action (2021) as well as more than 150 journal articles and book chapters. He is a Fellow in the Divisions of Psychotherapy and Humanistic Psychology of the American Psychological Association. In 2008 he received both the Distinguished Research Career Award of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, and the Carl Rogers Award from the Division of Humanistic Psychology of the American Psychological Association. He offers EFT training in Scotland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ecuador and elsewhere.