EMCC is a centre of excellence in couple and family-focused work, as well as a thought and practice leader in the fields of counselling and mediation. We promote cutting-edge research, research-based practice, and worldclass training programmes for Singapore and the region, inviting the social service community to enhance their skills and networks at these platforms.
Combining the knowledge and wisdom of nearly forty years of studies and clinical practice, Gottman Method Couples Therapy helps couples break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection and intimacy in their relationships. These clinical training workshops will equip professionals working with married couples to use the Gottman Method of Couple Therapy in their practice.
EMCC is pleased to offer this unique opportunity for counselling professionals to reinforce your knowledge and skills in engaging couples from an experiential lens.
In a safe and secure group setting, you will be able to review a recording of your own counselling session and practise specific elements of the Gottman Method with an experienced clinical supervisor and Level 3 Gottman practitioner.
Feedback Informed Treatment, or FIT, is a pan-theoretical approach that was introduced into our clinical counselling work in several phases since 2013. By 2014, we had incorporated it into all our existing counselling cases. FIT stems from a culture of seeking feedback from our counselling clients at every session, with the purpose of providing better services to help our clients achieve their therapeutic goals, as well as to help counsellors develop professionally.