The 2-Day EFFT Caregiver Workshop
Next 2-Day EFFT Workshop:
Summer 2023: Dates TBD
Limit: 10 Caregivers
If you have come across this workshop, I can imagine that you are desperate to help your loved one. You are standing by, watching, as they do battle with their mental health issues- anxiety, depression, eating disorders- and you feel like your hands are tied. You want to help, but you are terrified of saying or doing the wrong thing and making it worse. No one should have to feel this way. You sense you could help- you love them after all- if you only knew how.
Using the skills we will cover in this 2-Day workshop, I have helped hundreds of Caregivers regain their sense of confidence in supporting their loved one- of any age- with any mental health issue.
If you want more tools on how to help your loved one on a path toward mental wellness, this is an invaluable resource. These skills will take you from stress and conflict to calm and connection with your loved one.
Research has shown this exact 2-Day Workshop leads to:
a decrease in Caregiver’s fear and self-blame
an increase in confidence in supporting your loved one
significant improvement in the loved one’s symptoms.
Yes. A workshop YOU take can help significantly reduce your loved one’s symptoms. You knew you could help and you were right, you just need the right tools.
2-Days from 9 am-4 pm with an hour break for lunch each day and breaks throughout the day
in-person at 2696 S. Colorado Blvd. Suite 360, Denver, CO 80113
Enrollment will be limited to 8-10 total Caregivers to provide the maximum amount of 1:1 support throughout the workshop and chance to connect with one another
The fee for the workshop is $250 per person
This workshop will sell out, so reserve your spot now
In the 2-Days, we will cover
Caregiver Blocks (how to manage the fears and feelings that can get in the way of showing up how we want to for our loved ones)
Emotion Coaching (what to say in tough conversations)
Behavior Coaching (how to help your loved one stop doing things that are hurting them and move toward better coping skills)
Therapeutic Apology (a powerful intervention to help address your loved one’s blame towards you or your own self-blame).
If you aren’t convinced that YOU doing a workshop can actually help your loved one, check out this video: “Why We Want You on the Power of Parents and Caregivers.