• Supervising Emotionally Focused Therapists: A Systematic Research-Based Model

    Posted on September 12, 2011 in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Training

    Dr. Lisa Palmer Olsen’s research paper “Supervising Emotionally Focused Therapists: A Systematic Research-Based Model” was published today on The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.

    Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is an empirically validated relational therapy that recognizes the complexity of couple’s therapy and supports the need for specialized training of therapists. Until now, there has been little research on effective methods for EFT supervision and no systematic model for conducting EFT supervision. The findings of a qualitative study of certified EFT therapists’ experiences with EFT supervision and training are presented in this study, along with a systematic model of EFT supervision. The model of EFT supervision is based on the findings of this study, relevant research regarding effective clinical supervision, and the authors’ experiences with EFT supervision. This model of EFT supervision is isomorphic to the clinical practice of EFT, in that it is theoretically grounded in attachment theory and emphasizes experiential and emotionally based processes.


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