This webinar provides a live demonstration of Deliberate Practice exercises from the new APA book “Deliberate Practice for Emotion-Focused Therapy”. The exercises help students, trainees, and clinicians practice fundamental skills in emotion-focused therapy (EFT) so that they can be prepared for common clinical encounters.
In the webinar, lead author Rhonda Goldman, an expert in EFT, will provide examples of supervision for specific EFT techniques and interpersonal skills, such as responding empathically to clients, building therapist self-awareness, and repairing relationship ruptures.
#1: Identify two components of Deliberate Practice
#2: Describe how Deliberate Practice can be used for EFT training/supervision
About Deliberate Practice:
Deliberate practice is a rigorous training method that involves rehearsal and stimulation-based learning therapy techniques. The exercises in this book consist of a series of role-playing scenarios in which two trainees act as a client and a therapist, switching back and forth under the guidance of a supervisor. Sample client statements and therapist responses, organized by difficulty from beginner to advanced levels, highlight common therapeutic interactions. They also provide the opportunity for creative and natural responses that allow therapists to hone their own style and ensure more optimal outcomes for clients.
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