04 Aug ECT – Continuing Education Institute of Illinois
Emotional Core Therapy
Date: September 18, 2015
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: 3333 Warrenville Road, Suite 125, Lisle
This program will offer you the simplest and most effective psychology approach to treat addictions and mental health issues. The tools provided in this unique program allow you to identify and process stress, address relationship dysfunctions, and provide a clear path for recovery for your clients. Incorporating the ECT process will empower you to set effective boundaries, feel more confident in treating any client, and increase your marketability as a counselor or helping professional.
Upon completion of this program, you should be able to:
- Understand ECT as a learned process and the steps for effective integration into practice.
- Identify and process the four authentic feelings of joy, grief, fear and relief.
- Recognize the four needs (emotional, financial, spiritual and physical) of self and others in relationships.
- Determine several ways to self-soothe and relax throughout the day.
- Identify the bodily symptoms of depression, anxiety and anger.
- Demonstrate the ability to utilize the Eight Step Emotional Core Therapy Flowchart.
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Robert A. Moylan, LCPC, is a private practitioner with over15 years experience in the research and treatment of addictions and mental health disorders. Mr. Moylan graduated from Northwestern University and holds a Masters degree plus 84 hours of post-graduate coursework. As a recognized teacher, author, athletic coach and counselor, he provides educational programs on bullying, substance abuse, career counseling and Emotional Core Therapy. Mr. Moylan developed the ECT program as an approach to behavioral psychology to treat most relationship/psychological stress, including eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, marital discord, sports psychology and personality disorders. His book for adults, “Emotional Core Therapy,” was the top-rated book on Amazon in 2014 in two categories: Mental Health and Emotions. His book for teens called “Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents” was ranked number seven in the same category. His third book, “Mastering the Psychology of Golf with Emotional Core Therapy” was just published this year and is a breakthrough in the world of golf psychology.
Meridith Sonetz, LCPC, CADC, is in group practice in the western suburbs of Chicago and has a passion for providing the highest quality of psychotherapy, direction and guidance to individuals and families suffering with addiction and/or behavioral health related issues. With all of the confusing choices to make, she enjoys assisting the entire family to create a safe action plan. Ms. Sonetz uses a family systems model when working with her clients and has also been trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Ms. Sonetz helps guide her clients professionally as well as respectfully so they will not feel lost or alone. She has been working in the field for over twelve years as a certified-trained interventionist and assists her clients through specialized and customized services which include: interventions, recovery coaching, clinical transports and individual/family psychotherapy. Ms. Sonetz has her Master’s Degree in Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
“Up until now, the vast majority of therapists, counselors, social workers, psychiatrists, ministers, monks, priests, coaches have been relying on psychology techniques/approaches such as Rational Emotive Therapy/REBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/CBT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy/DBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/ACT, Positive Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology, 12 Steps, even religious teachings such as Buddhism and Christianity to heal people. ECT uses some of the same teachings/techniques as all of the above approaches (along with my own research and findings) but condenses the process into eight steps. ”
– Robert Moylan, LCPC