Dr Melissa Harte (Counselling Psychologist) and Internationally Certified EFT Trainer

B. App. Sci.(Med. Lab. Sci.), Grad. Dip. (Psych), B. Sci. (Hons) Psych. D. Psych.(Couns)


Two-day workshop enhancing skill and broadening knowledge for working with trauma in EFT

This experiential workshop offers participants the opportunity to develop both a theoretical understanding of the impact of trauma on clients and the capacity to best case manage such clients. In addition, the workshop offers scope for practice and feedback. Each session provides opportunities to observe live demonstrations and to participate in practical triad work.

Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) is a humanistic, process-orientated, evidence-based practice. EFT is one of the most rigorously researched forms of humanistic practice and has been shown to be efficacious in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, Complex PTSD, and trauma. 

For all registration enquiries please contact:  register.eft@gmail.com  -  Thank you!


27th and 28th October 2018 (Saturday & Sunday)


9.30 - 5.30pm


Australian Institute of Emotion Focused Therapy (formerly the Harte Felt Centre)

Level 1, 16 Toorak Road, South Yarra, 3141




Full reading pack supplied upon receipt of payment

Early bird payment: 10% off full cost - valid up until 30 days prior to start date 

Student rate: Available on request.  Limited places.

Places:  15.  

Catering:  Morning and Afternoon Tea provided.  Bring a plate of food to share for lunch.

Registration and payment enquiries:  register.eft@gmail.com.  Please click on the link below to download a registration form.

Day 1

  • Review of PTSD, complex PTSD, trauma, abuse and shame
  • Brief Overview of EFT theory
  • Discussion of latest research in the area of trauma
  • Emotion theory for Complex Trauma
  • Demonstration
  • Practical triad work and feedback  

Day 2

  • Identification of Tasks and Markers in trauma work
  • Case Management and Case Formulation of trauma cases
  • Termination of trauma cases
  • Demonstration
  • Practical triad work and feedback