Dr. Sue Johnson couple therapist,
Invited speaker of the Institute of Mental Health of Semmelweis University and the EFT Foundation

Online professional training and interactive presentation from a world-renowned expert on relationships

DR. SUE JOHNSON

Founder of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

Dr. Johnson is a professor at the University of Ottawa and is regarded today as one of the world’s top leading couples therapists. She is the author of the acclaimed book on relationships entitled “Hold Me Tight! 7 Conversations for a Lifetime of Love” and the creator of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). EFT focuses on the decisive role of our deep desire for attachment, along with providing a map and solutions to resolve our relationship conflicts.

Dr. Johnson has received a variety of awards, including the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy’s Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Couple and Family Therapy Award and the American Family Therapy Academy’s Family Therapy Research Award. She gives EFT lectures worldwide for mental health experts.

She lives in Ottawa, Canada with her husband and family. She adores the operas of Gilbert and Sullivan, the Monty Python, Argentine tango and kayaking on Canada’s northern lakes.

WEBINAR FOR PROFESSIONALS

19 May 2020, Tuesday 4pm-7pm CET

Attachment Science as a Guide to Psychotherapy

The workshop addresses the importance of our clients’ need for attachment and offers recommendations for therapeutic practices. Recommended for therapists working with individuals or couples, for families, for assisting professionals, and participants in psychological trainings.

Due to the transition to online format, caused by the coronavirus epidemic, we provide free access to an EFT professional training material for all participants of the webinar.

The workshop will be held in English, with simultaneous interpretation to Hungarian.

A certificate will be issued to all participants.

Please note that any visual and sound recording devices is strictly forbidden during the webinar.

Time remaining until start:

2020/05/19 16:00:00

INTERACTIVE LECTURE

19 May 2020, Tuesday 7:30pm-9:30pm CET

A New Light on Love

Our need for attachment is a hidden motive in our behavior that we rarely openly accept. If you are struggling in your relationships, want to save your marriage, can’t break out of loneliness, or just wish to hear thought-provoking examples about common fights between couples, then come and spend this special evening with encouraging thoughts, examples and useful insights from the speaker’s many years of experience as a therapist.

The lecture will be held in English, with simultaneous interpretation to Hungarian.

Please note that any visual and sound recording devices is strictly forbidden during the lecture.

Time remaining until start:

2020/05/19 19:30:00

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