Seacoast EFT

Working Through Shame: The Ultimate Block to Connection with Jim Thomas, LMFT

New Date: February 12 & 13, 2021        9:00am-5:00pm (EST)
Location: Online
Non-Member Regular Rate: $400

Description: Shame is a powerful, self-limiting emotion that can block progress in treatment, yet it can be undetected or overlooked by therapists. Hear the latest research, and learn through Master Trainer Jim Thomas how to:

* Identify the subtle signs of shame early in treatment

* Unpack shame from other vulnerable emotions throughout treatment

* Lean in and work with shame

* Identify our own relationship with shame

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12 CEU’s Pending from R. Cassidy

Cancellation Policy: $50 Administrative fee prior to 1/1/21. After that, we are unable to offer refunds.

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Seacoast EFT is committed to helping our clients and our colleagues stand together for healing, safety, strength and solidarity during the increase in hate crimes and protests of white supremacy across our country. As a Community we are committed to creating safe, secure bonds in couples and families. As part of that commitment, we decry all messages of hatred and white supremacy being advanced—both covert and overt. We seek to end systemic racism in all its forms.


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