First Annual Boston EFT Community Training Year Kickoff Event
Live Teleconference with Sue Johnson
Recorded Friday, September 8, 2017 • Wellesley College Club
Transforming Shattered Bonds: Addressing Affairs and Attachment Injuries with EFT’s Attachment Injury Resolution Model
Instructor: Lorrie Brubacher, M.Ed., LMFT, RMFT
When: March 29-30, 2019, Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-5
Where: Smith College Conference Center, 51 College Lane, Northampton, MA
This two-day workshop is an advanced master class in Emotionally Focused Therapy designed to address the “never again” moments that can interfere in a couple’s healing process.
These deep attachment injuries often surface as the content that never goes away, the apologies that never makes the mark, the incidents that resurface again and again no matter how much time has gone by. Lorrie Brubacher, M.Ed, EFT Trainer, has developed, together with Dr. Lillian Buchanan, an elegant and comprehensive treatment approach to effectively help couples resolve and repair these attachment injuries once and for all.
The Attachment Injury Repair Model (AIRM) is a necessary part of every EFT therapist’s toolbox, and Lorrie Brubacher will lead us through each step and intervention with a mix of didactic, visual, and experiential learning. Come join us in learning the roadmap for repairing relationships devastated by betrayal and bonds shattered by broken trust. A live consultation specific to an attachment injury is planned with a case presentation for role play as an alternative.
Lorrie Brubacher, M.Ed., LMFT, RMFT is the Founding Director of the Carolina Center for EFT. She is certified with the International Centre for Excellence in EFT (ICEEFT) as a therapist, supervisor, and trainer. She is author of Stepping into emotionally focused couple therapy: Key ingredients of change (2018). She has worked in private practice in couple and family therapy since 1989, and currently practices in Greensboro and Winnipeg, Canada. She has an adjunct faculty appointment at UNC Greensboro, and has previously served as an instructor at 3 Canadian universities. She publishes and presents frequently on the topic of EFT, often publishing with Dr. Sue Johnson, the originator of EFT for couples. Lorrie has co-authored six chapters with Dr. Sue Johnson, published in the Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy, in the Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy and in Person Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, and is on the editorial board for the ICEEFT newsletter.
Working with the Echoes of Trauma in EFT
How Sharing Emotions Soothes the Traumatized Brain and Heart
With EFT Trainers Dr. Leanne Campbell and Dr. Kathryn Rheem
November 8-9, 2019 • Wellesley MA
Through teaching, video presentation, and experiential learning, you’ll see how to use voice, reflection, and deepening interventions to help partners make contact, stay in contact in order to assemble and distill, and then share vulnerabilities with each other in order to break the familiar yet dreaded feeling of emotional isolation, a common result of enduring trauma.