Training Lausanne

Training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy in Lausanne

COMPONENTS OF THE EFT Training:

TARGET GROUP

Professionals with basic medical, psychotherapeutic or psychosocial training who wish to work or do work with couples. Please note the specific ICEEFT certification requirements.

ADVANTAGES OF CERTIFICATION

Whoever is a member of ICEEFT and has the certification will be listed in the therapist directory of ICEEFT.

The certification is a guarantee for couples that the therapist meets the highest quality standards.

 

 

Trainer:

Normand Gingras

ICEEFT certified therapist, supervisor, and trainer

Normand received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Ottawa in June 2000 and had since worked at OCFI. Following his graduation, Normand has devoted himself to working with distressed couples and individuals using Emotionally focused therapy and on the treatment of trauma. He supervises individual and couples therapy with graduate students in the doctoral clinical psychology program of the University du Québec en Outaouais. Normand is a certified therapist, supervisor, and trainer with ICEEFT and teaches EFT mostly in French in Québec, Switzerland, and France. He offers in-person or long distance supervision to therapists from as far as Europe wishing to learn or improve their EFT skills. Normand is known for his warm, safe, and open teaching and supervision style. Before his studies in psychology, Normand worked as an aircraft maintenance officer within the Canadian Forces and holds an Electrical Engineering degree from the Royal Military College.

 

 

 

 

Alexine Thompson

ICEEFT certified therapist, supervisor and trainer

I hold a Masters in Psychology from the University of Geneva and am a Psychologist FSP and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of California, USA, where I did most of my training. I work mostly with couples, but also with individuals and families to help them with relational issues.

For me, being a therapist is not just a job; it is a passion. I feel that my life's journey has lead me to where I am and I try to integrate it with the professional training and knowledge I have received. I know first hand how challenging being married and becoming a parent can be. My personal experience, along with my professional and academic training, has shaped the kind of therapist I have become. I am passionate about what I do and the services I offer are a reflection of that.