Three Lenses on Couple Therapy A Four part Webinar Series

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9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Online Interactive Webinar

A Four part Webinar Series


Over the four part webinar series, Three different modalities will be demonstrated in each of the first three webinars. Emotional Focused Therapy, A Systems Approach and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. The Fourth Webinar will bring the three presenters together to form a panel and lead a facilitated discussion to bring the learning from the diverse modalities together.

These webinars will run on the first Tuesday of each month from June to September. You are welcome to attend them all as a series or to select a single webinar to attend.

  • Webinar One: Emotional Focused Therapy, presented by Linda Murrow, 5th June 2018
  • Webinar Two: A Systems Approach, presented by Dr. Cathy Bettman, 3rd July 2018
  • Webinar Three: Psychodynamic Therapy, presented by Dr. Kaye Gersch, 7th August 2018
  • Webinar Four: Panel, 4th September 2018

Dates: Tuesday 5th June, 3rd July, 7th August, 4th September.

7:30pm—9:00pm AEST
7:00pm— 8:30pm ACST
5:30pm—7:00pm  WST
Venue: Online Interactive Webinar (register for link)

Series: PACFA Members $80 (incl. GST)
Series: Student Members $60 (incl. GST)
Series: Non-Members $100 (incl. GST)

This series counts as 6 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

Individual: PACFA Members $25 (incl. GST)
Individual: Student Members $15 (incl. GST)
Individual: Non-Members $35 (incl. GST)

Each webinar counts as 1.5 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

Linda Murrow
Linda Murrow, M.A. is an experienced couple & family therapist, psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, educator and trainer. Originally from New York & Boston, Linda has lived and worked in Melbourne for 28 years, she has been instrumental in establishing the Melbourne EFT Community and supporting EFT training in Victoria. She is trained in both the Tavistock model of couple therapy (psychodynamic) and Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT), receiving the honour of becoming the first ICEEFT-Certified EFT Therapist & Supervisor in Victoria. Linda’s background includes specialist training in couple & family therapy, person-centred therapy, dance/movement & expressive arts therapy. Grounded in the fundamentals of a humanistic, person-centred approach, her work is systemic, psychodynamic and attachment-based, engaging the non-verbal dimension that is such an essential part of ‘the dance’ of close relationships.

Dr. Kaye Gersch
Dr. Kaye Gersch PhD has been working in allied health fields since the 1970s and as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist for 25 years. Dr Gersch’s training is eclectic, including the Jungian and Psychoanalytic traditions. She has acted a Clinical Supervisor for 12 years, and in this role works as mentor to GPs, midwives and other medical specialists. She has specific, and continuing, training for working with couples, which is a cherished part of her practice. She has recently taken the profoundly uncomfortable step of setting up a website exclusively featuring Insights for couples. Dr Gersch’s PhD is in Psychoanalytic Feminist Philosophy (University of Queensland). However, she considers her real training to be the face-to-face encounters with clients, especially couples, and the deep demands of her own life.

Dr. Cathy Bettman
Dr Cathy Bettman currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer in the School of Counselling, ACAP. Previously, Cathy worked as an individual, couple and family therapist at Relationships Australia (NSW), served as Academic Head of AIRS (the Australian Institute of Relationship Studies which is the teaching branch of RA) and finally as Manager of its Higher Education section. As a former clinical member of the Australian Association of Relationship Counsellors and of the Society of Counselling and Psychotherapy Educators, Cathy is now an individual member of PACFA and a member of the new PACFA Colleges for Relationship Counsellors and Counselling and Psychotherapy Educators.

Please note, your link to attend each webinar will be sent 5 – 7 days prior to the webinar via acrc@pacfa.org.au, please check your junk and spam folders and if you are not able to locate the link please call the office or email acrc@pacfa.org.au , The portal and admin email addresses will not be monitored outside of business hours when the webinar commences. 

Register via the PACFA Portal