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Deliberate Practice in Emotion-Focused TherapyThis book presents deliberate practice exercises in which students and trainees rehearse fundamental emotion-focused therapy (EFT) skills to develop basic competence and hone their own personal therapeutic style. Each exercise consists of role-playing scenarios in which two trainees act as a client and a therapist, switching back and forth under the guidance of a supervisor. The trainee playing the therapist improvises appropriate and authentic responses to a series of client statements organized into three difficulty levels-beginner, intermediate, and advanced-that reflect common problems and concerns encountered by EFT practitioners. The first 12 exercises each focus on a single skill, such as responding empathically to clients, exploring emotions, building therapist self-awareness, recognizing client markers, and repairing relationship ruptures. These are followed by two comprehensive exercises-an annotated transcript and free-form mock therapy sessions-in which trainees integrate these essential skills into a single EFT session. Step-by-step instructions guide participants through the exercises, identify criteria for mastering each skill, and explain how to monitor and adjust difficulty. Guidelines to help trainers and trainees get the most out of training are also provided.
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Rhonda Goldman, PhD, is a clinical psychology professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Illinois and an affiliate psychotherapist at the Family Institute at Northwestern University, where she practices emotion-focused therapy (EFT) for individuals and couples. She has authored or edited multiple books on EFT with APA, including Clinical Handbook of Emotion-Focused Therapy (2018) and Case Formulation in Emotion-Focused Therapy (2014), the latter of which has a companion instructional video by the same title. She received the 2001 Carmi Harari Early Career Award from APA Division 32 (Society of Humanistic Psychology). Tony Rousmaniere, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist on the Clinical Faculty at the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Seattle, where he also maintains a private practice. His research focus is clinical supervision and training for psychotherapists and graduate students. Dr. Rousmaniere's work has been featured in mainstream press outlets like The Atlantic. In 2018, he won the Early Career Award from the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy and the Outstanding Publication of the Year Award for the Cycle of Excellence from APA Divisions 29 and 17, respectively. Alexandre Vaz, MSc, is a clinician, professor, and psychotherapy researcher at the University Institute in Lisbon, Portugal. He is the editor of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration's newsletter and program assistant of their international conferences. He hosts a series of online webinars including, the Society for Psychotherapy Research's 'Distinguished Researchers' and founded "Psychotherapy Experts Talk," inviting clinicians and psychotherapy researchers to participate in in-depth interviews.