Mastering the Art and Science of Evidence (3 Sessions )March 05 - 19, 2020 School of Social Work Continuing Education University of Pittsburgh 2117 Cathedral of Learning Pittsburgh, PA 15260 View Map Organized by University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work
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School of Social Work Continuing EducationUniversity of Pittsburgh 2117 Cathedral of Learning Pittsburgh, PA 15260
This workshop is closed to further registration.Training DescriptionAn increasing number of studies demonstrate the utility of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) application for assessing clients and the to a treatment plan of clinical care. EFT has been found to be an evidenced based mind-body treatment to assess and reduce anxiety, depression, cortisol and other disorders by getting to the cause of the disorder. While no one therapy has been found to be exclusively comprehensive in treating a client and their problem(s), EFT has been identified as an effective tool to assist with identifying and reducing the client’s clinical symptoms which include but are not exclusive to insomnia, depression, increased cortisol, PTSD, anxiety and various others variables that lead to mental health issues. This webinar is an introduction to Emotional Freedom Techniques as used in a clinical setting.
- Participants will define what Emotional Freedom Techniques are.
- Participants will identify 16 acupressure points used in Emotional Freedom Techniques.
- Participants will demonstrate ability to create a set up statement.
- Participants will differentiate between a set up statement and a reminder statement.
- Participants will demonstrate ability to take a client through an EFT tapping sequence with a reduction in SUDs.
- Participants will give example of what resistance is and how to eliminate it.
- Participants will give examples of 3 citations of research of EFT.